Naturalism, Human Flourishing, and Asian Philosophy: Owen Flanagan and Beyond is an edited volume of philosophical essays
focusing on Owen Flanagan's naturalized comparative philosophy and moral psychology of human flourishing. Flanagan is a philosopher
well-known for his naturalized approach to philosophical issues such as meaning, physicalism, causation, and consciousness
in the analytic school of Western philosophy. Recently, he develops his philosophical interest in Asian philosophy and discusses
diverse philosophical issues of human flourishing, Buddhism and Confucianism from comparative viewpoints. The current volume
discusses his philosophy of human flourishing and his naturalized approaches to Buddhism and Confucianism. The volume consists
of five sections with eleven chapters written by leading experts in the fields of philosophy, religion, and psychology. The
first section is an introduction to Flanagan's philosophy. The introductory chapter provides a general overview of Flanagan's
philosophy, i.e., his philosophy of naturalization, comparative approach to human flourishing, and detailed summaries of the
following chapters. In the second section, the three chapters discuss Flanagan's naturalized eudaimonics of human flourishing.
The third section discusses Flanagan's naturalized Buddhism. The fourth section analyzes Flanagan's interpretation of Confucian
philosophy (specifically Mencius's moral sprouts), from the viewpoint of moral modularity and human flourishing. The fifth
section is Flanagan's responses to the comments and criticisms developed in this volume.