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Dan Lin Professor

Research Interests: 
Phenomenology, Comparative Philosophy, Chinese Philosophy

Educational Background

PhD, Foreign Philosophy, Peking University (2005)

MA, Chinese Philosophy, East China Normal University (2001)

BA, Physics, University of Science and Tecnology of China (1985)


Journal Articles

(1) Why Is “Innate Knowing” Beyond Good and Evil? Ethics Research, 2013,4

(2) On “One-Continuity” in Jiang Qing’s Confucian Thought, The Renaissance of   

   Confucianism in Contemporary China,Springer, America, 2011

(3) Mind and Matter in Horizon, Jiangsu Social Science, 2010,2

(4) A Phenomenological Interpretation of Wang Yangmin’s thought of “the 

       Unity of Knowing and Doing”, History of Chinese Philosophy, 2008,1

(5) Life and Interpretation, JiangHai, 2007,4

(6) Why is “Being” a Question of Phenomenology Itself? Jiangsu Social Science



(1) A Phenomenological Interpretation of Wang Yangmin Philosophy, Guangming Daily Publishing House, 2012,12

(2) Contemporary Western Philosophy, Renming Publishing House, 2007,8