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Open Lecture: Comparison of Ethics between Confucian and Ancient Greek Philosophy

The department of Chinese is glad to announce an academic lecture entitled 'Comparison of Ethics between Confucian and Ancient Greek Philosophy', by Professor Haiming Wen, from the School of Philosophy, Renmin (People's) University of China, P.R.China.

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Date: , kl 14:00 - 15:30
Location: Campus Falun
Locale: Dalarna University, Room Fö 1

This lecture is open to the general public and is free to attend, either at Campus Falun or online: Everyone is welcome!

Biography: Professor Haiming Wen received his Ph.D. in Comparative Philosophy from the University of Hawaii in 2006. He is now a Professor at the School of Philosophy, Renmin (People's) University of China, The Beijing Center (TBC, since 2007), Yenching Academy (YCA, since 2015). He is the Secretary-General, the Director of Research for International Association of Yi Jing (Book of Changes) Studies, and the Associate Editor-in-Chief of the journal Confucian Academy.

Professor Wen has published several books:

  • A New English Translation of the Book of Changes (Commercial Press, 2019)
  • Making One's Intentions Concrete: Dimensions of Confucian Ethics (in Chinese, RUC Press, 2014)
  • Confucian Pragmatism as the Art of Contextualizing Personal Experience and World (in English: Lexington, 2009)
  • Chinese Philosophy (in English: Cambridge University Press, 2012; in Chinese: China International Press, 2010).

He has also published more than 100 papers both in English and Chinese, including articles in international peer-reviewed journals, chapters in books, invited speech and conference presentations.

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