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WS 2015/16:

Tongdong Bai, Professor of Philosophy

School of Philosophy, Fudan University

220 Handan Road, Shanghai, China 200433





Former President, Association of Chinese Philosophers in North America (ACPA)

SS 2016:

Prof. Dr. Kai Marchal (Soochow University, Taiwan)

Kai Marchal is professor in the Department of Philosophy at Soochow University (Taipei, Taiwan), specializing in Chinese Philosophy, Political Philosophy, and Ethics and holding a Ph.D. from the University of Munich in Chinese Studies and Philosophy (2006). He is also co-director of the International Center for Chinese Philosophy at Soochow University.

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SS 2017:

Prof. Marion Wenning (Univ. of Macau)

Mailing Address:
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Philosophy and Religious Studies Program
Building E21, 4th Floor, Room 4109
Avenida da Universidade
Macau, China
Telephone: +853 88228804
Email: mwenning@umac.mo
General Information

Academic Background
• Humboldt Research Fellow, Goethe University Frankfurt, 2011-2013
• Ph.D., New School for Social Research, New York, 2007
• M.A., Concordia University, Montreal, 2003
• M.A., University of Münster, 2003

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WS 2017/18:

Prof. Tze-wan Kwan (CUHK, HongKong)

KWAN, Tze-wan (關子尹)
Dr. phil. (Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, 1981)
M. Phil. (Philosophy, CUHK, 1976)
B. A. (Philosophy and History, CUHK, 1974)

Address: Philosophy Department, Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Shatin NT, HK

Tel.: +852-39438554 (direct); +852-39438525

(Secretary); +852-39437165 (Comp. Lab)

Fax: +852-26035323

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→ Seminarplan: Chinesische Sprache und Schrift in philosophischer Sicht (WS 17/18)

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WS 2018/19:

Prof. Roger T. Ames (University of Hawai’i / Peking University)

BA 1970, University of British Columbia
MA 1973, University of British Columbia
PhD 1978, University of London

CCS Faculty
Professor, Philosophy
Sakamaki B-302: 956-7288
Department: 956-8649; Fax: 956-9228
Email: rtames@hawaii.edu

Roger T. Ames is Humanities Chair Professor at Peking University, a Berggruen Fellow, and Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Hawai’i. He is former editor of Philosophy East & West and founding editor of China Review International. Ames has authored several interpretative studies of Chinese philosophy and culture: Thinking Through Confucius (1987), Anticipating China (1995), Thinking From the Han (1998), and Democracy of the Dead (1999) (all with D.L. Hall), and most recently Confucian Role Ethics: A Vocabulary (2011). His publications also include translations of Chinese classics: Sun-tzu: The Art of Warfare (1993); Sun Pin: The Art of Warfare (1996) (with D.C. Lau); the Confucian Analects (1998) and the Classic of Family Reverence: The Xiaojing (2009) (both with H. Rosemont), Focusing the Familiar: TheZhongyong (2001), and The Daodejing (with D.L. Hall) (2003). Almost all of his publications are now available in Chinese translation, including his philosophical translations of Chinese canonical texts. He has most recently been engaged in compiling the new Blackwell Sourcebook of Classical Chinese Philosophy, and in writing articles promoting a conversation between American pragmatism and Confucianism.

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SS 2019:

Prof. Dr. Shuangzhi Li (Fudan University, Shanghai)

College of Foreign Languages and Literature
German Department
Wenke Lou 228B
Fudan University
Handan Road 220
200433 Shanghai

Email: lishuangzhi@fudan.edu.cn

• Humboldt Research Fellow, Göttingen University, 2014-2017
• Ph.D., Freie Universität, Berlin, 2013
• M.A., Peking University, Beijing, 2007
• B.A., Peking University, Beijing, 2004

Shuangzhi Li is now assoc. Professor for German Literature at Fudan University. His main fields of research are the German modern literature and aethetics from the 19th. till 21th.century, comparative studies of literature and culture in Germany and China, and translation studies. His publications include a German book on the German Decadence Literature around 1900, a Chinese book about Herta Müller and plenty of articles in German, Chinese and English as well as translations of Walter Benjamin, Manfred Frank, Hermann Hesse, Hugo von Hofmannsthal etc. into Chinese. 

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WS 2019/20:

Prof. Dr. Sun Xiangchen (School of Philosophy, Fudan University)

Dean of the School of Philosophy, Fudan University
Standing director of the Society of Foreign Philosophy of China
Director of the Institute of Religion of China
Vice President of Shanghai Comparative Studies of Chinese and Western Philosophy
Vice President of the Professional Committee of French Philosophy of the Society of Modern Foreign Philosophy of China

BA, MA, PhD: Fudan University
E-mail: xiangchen.sun@fudan.edu.cn

Sun Xiangchen, Doctor of Philosophy, is a professor and the dean of the School of Philosophy, Fudan University, whose main fields of research are western modern Philosophy, enlightenment Philosophy, political Philosophy, Jewish and Christian Philosophy, Phenomenology, French Philosophy, and comparative Philosophy. He has been successively a visiting scholar in the Department of Philosophy of Peking University, Regent College in Canada, Yale University in the USA, the Institute of Chinese Christian Culture Research in Hong Kong, the University of Birmingham in UK, the School of Philosophy in the University of Munich in Germany, the University of Chicago in the USA, and Taiwan University.

SS 2020:

Prof. Dr. Yong Huang (Department of Philosophy, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

BA 1981, East China Normal University
MA 1984, Fudan University
PhD 1987, Fudan University, Philosophy
Th.D 1998, Harvard University

CUHK Faculty
Professor, Philosophy
Shatin, NT. Hong Kong
E-mail: yonghuang@cuhk.edu.hk
Tel.: (852) 3943-9678

Yong Huang, Ph.D. (Fudan) and Th.D. (Harvard), is a professor of philosophy at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, after teaching at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania for 17 years. He served as the President of Association of Chinese Philosophers in America, co-chair of University Seminar on Neo-Confucian Studies at Columbia University, and co-chair of the Confucian Tradition Group of American Academy of Religion. He is the editor of Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy and Dao Companions to Chinese Philosophy (a book series), both by Springer. His research interests include ethics, political philosophy, and Chinese and comparative philosophy. Author of Religious Goodness and Political Rightness: Beyond the Liberal and Communitarian Debate (2001), Confucius: A Guide for the Perplexed (2012), and Why Be Moral: Learning from the Neo-Confucian Cheng Brothers (2014), as well as three volumes of essays in Chinese, Ethics in a Global Age, Politics in a Global Age, and Religion in a Global Age (all in 2010), Huang has also published over 70 journal articles and book chapters each in English and Chinese.

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