As a result of my interest in Mohism and in philosophy of mind and action, I’ve done much work on early Chinese philosophy of language and logic. Related publications include these:
Paradoxes in the School of Names. In Dao Companion to Chinese Philosophy of Logic, Fung Yiu-Ming, ed. Dordrecht: Springer (forthcoming).
Truth in Pre-Han Thought. In Dao Companion to Chinese Philosophy of Logic, Fung Yiu-Ming, ed. Dordrecht: Springer (forthcoming).
Rationalism and Antirationalism in Later Mohism and Zhuangzi (forthcoming).
Language and Logic in the Xunzi (from the Dao Companion to the Philosophy of the Xunzi, Eric Hutton, ed.).
- Truth in Mohist Dialectics. Journal of Chinese Philosophy 39.3 (2012): 351–368.
Distinctions, Judgment, and Reasoning in Classical Chinese Thought. History and Philosophy of Logic 34.1 (2013), 1–24.
- Language and Ontology in Early Chinese Thought. Philosophy East & West 57.4 (2007): 420–56.
- More Mohist Marginalia: A Reply to Makeham on Later Mohist Canon and Explanation B 67. Journal of Chinese Philosophy and Culture 2 (2007): 227–59.
- The Mass Noun Hypothesis and Interpretive Methodology. Journal of Chinese Philosophy and Culture 1 (2006): 58–107.
- The School of Names, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (October 2005).
- Mohist Canons, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (revised May 2009).
- Later Mohist Logic, Ethics and Science After 25 Years. Introduction, reprint edition of A. C. Graham, Later Mohist Logic, Ethics and Science (Chinese University Press, 2003).
- Mohism, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (revised July 2009).
Keywords: Chinese logic, philosophy of language and Chinese philosophy, Chinese philosophy of language, language and logic in ancient China, ancient Chinese logical theory, 中國邏輯學, 先秦邏輯學, 中國語言哲學, 先秦語言哲學, Later Mohist Logic 墨辯, Gongsun Long 公孫龍, “White Horse Discourse” 白馬論, Hui Shi 惠施, School of Names 名家