温海明

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个人简介

EMPLOYMENT

2012-                     School of Philosophy, RUC, Full Professor

2006-2012 School of Philosophy, RUC, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor

2006-2012 Peking University, Beijing, China

Post-doctorate in Chinese Philosophy and Ethics

2005-2006       East Asian Languages and Literatures, University of Hawaii at Manoa (UHM), USA, lecturer

2004-2006       Center for Japanese Studies, UHM, research assistant

2000-2003ShuhaiwenyuanElectronical Work Station

Department of Philosophy, UHM, research assistant

ACADEMIC VISITING

Spring 2016    Malatasta Scholar, Loyola Marymount University, LA, CA

August 2013    Florida Atlantic University and University of Miami

August 2012    UHM & East-West Center

June 2012, 2013  To Fung Shan, Hong Kong

August 2010     Ghent University, Belgium (European Union Erasmus Mundus LiSUM-Mobility Project)

Member of Editorial Committee

2012-     Member of “Advisory Editorial Board” of “Asian Philosophy”

2012-     Associate Editor-in-Chief, Journal “Frontiers of Philosophy in China (FPC)”;

2010-     Member of Editorial Committee of English Journal “Comparative Philosophy”


教育背景

EDUCATION

2000-2006             Department of Philosophy, UHM

Ph.D. in Comparative Philosophy (with a specialization in metaphysics)

1996-1999             Peking University, Beijing, China

M.A. in Chinese Philosophy

1990-1994             East China Normal University, Shanghai, China

B.S. in Psychology, with minor in Philosophy


研究领域

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Chinese and Comparative Philosophy, Confucianism, Daoism, American Pragmatism, Metaphysics;

AREAS OF COMPETENCE
Chinese Philosophy, Comparative Religion, Ethics, Hermeneutics, Cultural Studies, Asian-Pacific Studies, Sino-US Cultural Exchange;

讲授课程

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Courses Taught in English

1.Comparative Philosophy of Mind(co-teach with Daniel Lim), Fall 2016;

2.Introduction to Chinese Philosophy,RUC, Fall 2014;

3.Chinese Philosophy of Management, co-teach with Professor Takashi 'panda' Shimizu in Tokyo University, and Professor Kyung-Koo Han in SNU, fall 2012;

4.Introduction to Comparative Philosophy, co-teach with Sarah Mattice, Summer 2012;

5.Confucianism and Human Rights, co-teach with May Sim, Summer 2011;

6.Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism, co-teach with Cheng Lesong, and Wei Shan, Summer 2010;

7.Chinese Ethics and Values, Yenching Academy of Peking University;

8.Traditional Chinese Philosophy,Confucianism,The Beijing Center (TBC);

9.Chinese Philosophy and Modern China,CIEE program, Peking University;

10.Chinese Philosophy,Modern Chinese History,IES Beijing Center in Beijing Foreign Studies University;


Courses Taught in Chinese

11.Introduction to the Book of Changes, Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2014, Fall 2015;

12.Comparative Philosophy, RUC, Fall 2008, Fall 2010, Fall 2011;

13.Overseas Sinology, RUC, Fall 2010, 2011;

14.History of Chinese Philosophy,School of Chinese Classics, RUC, Spring 2007, Fall 2007;

15.Wisdom of Chinese Philosophy,RUC, 2007-2011;

16.Metaphysics in Chinese Philosophy,Peking University, 2007;

17.Studies on the Yijing(The Book of Changes), School of Chinese Classics, RUC, Fall 2008;

18.Chinese Philosophical Classics, RUC, 2009, 2010;

19.Taoist and Buddhism Cannons,RUC, Spring 2008, 2009;

20.Original Texts of Chinese Philosophy,RUC, Fall 2008.


LECTURES

In English:

1.Introduction to The Book of Changes, in Loyola Marymount University, LA, CA, March, 22, 2016;

2. “Chinese and Indian Philosophies,” in Delhi University; New Delhi, March, 2014;

3. “A Comparison between Confucius and Gandhi,” at Gandhi Center, Panjab University in Chandigarh, India, March, 2014;

4.Chinese Epistemology in Neo-Confucianism,in Department of Philosophy, Fudan University, June 2014.

5.Confucian Moral Psychology of Intentionality, in Department of Psychology, East China Normal University, June 2014;

6. Keynote speech, “Contextual Creativity: A Chinese Metaphysical View on One and Many from a Whiteheadian Perspective,” in Philosophy Rally 2013 “China and the West” Utrecht, Netherlands, May 15-20, 2013;

7. “Reconstructing Chinese Metaphysics and its Philosophical Logic”, in Cambridge Oriental Culture Association & Cambridge Studies, Cambridge University, May, 2013;

8. “Reconstructing Chinese Philosophy: Its Dialogue with Western Sinology and Philosophy,” SOAS, University of London, May 2013;

9. Keynote speech, “Confucian Pragmatism,” in Confucianism Workshop at Copenhagen Business Confucius Institute (CBCI), Copenhagen, Denmark, 11-15, November 2010;

10. “Confucianism and the Modern World,” in Chinese Embassy of Greece, Athens, Greece, January 2011;

11.An Introduction to Comparative Philosophy, RUC, Fall 2009;

12.Yijing(The Book of Changes)and Chinese Philosophy, Peking University, 2007;

13.Neo-Confucianism and Confucianism, Beijing Foreign Studies University, 2008;


In Chinese:

14.Lectures on Wang Yangming’s Chuanxilu, in Beijing Normal University, Oct. 20, 2016;

15.Introduction to the Book of Changes,in theWenjin Lecture Series,Chinese National Library, Nov. 8, 2015;

16.Five Lectures on Chinese Ancient Classics, Central Academy of Fine Arts; Nov. 2015;

17.Wisdom of The Book of Changes, Shanghai Library, Jan. 2015;

18.Concretizing One’s Intentions: Confucian Ethics, Central University of Minorities, Nov. 2014;

19.Gaining Wisdom from Ancient Chinese Classics, Xiamen, Nov. 2014;

20.Confucian Ethics of Intentions, Department of Philosophy, Xiamen University, Nov. 2014

21.The Continuity of the Mind and Things in the Book of Changes, Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, August, 2014;

22.The Global Significance of Confucian Ethics, in “Chinese Culture and Ecological Civilization,” Guiyang Confucian Academy, July 2014;

23. Confucian Idea of Human Rights, in the Department of Philosophy, East China Normal University, June, 2014;

24.Lecture Series on Chinese Philosophical Wisdom, Central University of Fine Arts, April 2014;

25. “Methodology of Chinese and Comparative Philosophy”, “Confucian Ethics as Concretizing Intentions”, “Writing and Publishing English Philosophy Papers”, in School of Philosophy, Wuhan University, March 2013;

26. “Confucian Ethics as Concretizing Intentions”, in Wuhan Science and Technology University, March 2013;

27.Methodology and Perspective of Comparative Philosophy, Beijing Foreign Studies University, 2008;

28.Issues of Epistemology in Song-ming Neo-Confucianism,RUC, 2008.

29.Chinese Philosophy and Religion, Peking University, 2007;

学术奖励与科研项目

FUNDS AND AWARDS

2012        Chinese National Foundation for Social Science;

2010        Program for New Century Excellent Talents in University (NCET), Chinese Ministry of Education;

2010        Overseas Publication Fund, RUC;

2009        “Ming De Scholar” Fund, RUC;

2009        One of “Ten Best Class Advisors of RUC” Award, RUC;

2008 RUC Research Fund, RUC;

2008        Thesis on Education of Universities Association Award;

2007        China Post-doctorate Fund, Post-doctorate Committee, Chinese Ministry of Human Resources;

2006        China Overseas Scholars Fund, Chinese Ministry of Education;

2005, 2002   Chung-fong and Grace Ning Fund, USA;

2004-5      Chun Ku and Soo Yong Huang Award, USA;

2004, 2002   University of Hawaii-Peking University Exchange Fund;

2000-2006   East-West Center Student Affiliate Fund;

2000-2002   Wing-tsit Chan Fellowship on Comparative Philosophy Award, USA.

AFFILIATIONS

1. Secretary General (2016-), International Association of the Studies of theBook of Changes(Yijing), Beijing China;

2.     Associate Editor-in-Chief (2015-), Confucian Academy Publisher, and Journal of Confucian Academy, Guiyang, Guizhou Province;

3.     Board Member (2014-), Society of Asian and Comparative Philosophy (SACP), USA;

4.     Advisory Editorial Board Member (2012-),AsianPhilosophy;

5. Standing board member (2015-), Member for Academic Affairs (2015-), China International Confucian Association, Beijing China;

6.     Consultant (2014-), Guiyang Confucian Academy;

7.     Director (2008-), Center for International Confucian Studies, Confucian Institute, RUC;

8. Consultant (2009-), Xiamen Yundan Academy, Fujian, China;

9. Standing board member (2010-), Society of Zhu Xi Studies;

10.  Academic Consultant (2012-), Beijing University of Humanities;

11. Board Member (2012-), East-West Center, Beijing Chapter;

12. Center for East-West Relations (2007-), Beijing Foreign Studies University;

13. Member (2001-), American Philosophical Association (APA);

14. Member (2001-), American Chinese Philosophers Association (ACPA);

15. Member (2001-), International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP);

16. Member (2004-), International Society for Chinese and Western Philosophies (ISCWP);

17. Associate Dean (2014-2015) and Assistant to Dean (2008-2014), School of Philosophy, RUC;

18. Assistant to Directors (2008-2015), Center for Chinese and Comparative Philosophy, RUC;

19. Advisory Board (2009-2012), Templeton Foundation,Values and VirtuesProgram;

20. Guest Editor (2010-2011), forContemporary Chinese Thought;

21.  Associate Editor-in-Chief (2012-2015),Frontier of Philosophy in China(FPC).

论文/著作

PUBLICATIONS


Books:

1.Making Intentions Concrete: Dimensions of Confucian Ethics儒家實意倫理學, Renmin University Press, 2014;

2.Chinese Philosophy, Cambridge University Press, 2012. (Chinese Philosophy: Chinese Political Philosophy, Metaphysics, Epistemology and Comparative Philosophy, China International Press, 2010.)

3.Confucian Pragmatism as the Art of Contextualizing Personal Experience and World, Lexington Books, 2009.

4.Chinese Philosophical Thoughts中國哲學思想, China International Press, 2010; (translated into French, Spanish, Arabic, etc. )


Articlesin RefereedJournals:

5.(Wen, 2015a) “The Dao of the Book of Changes: from the Perspective of Continuity of Mind and Events,” inChuanshan Xuekan, August, 2015;

6.(Wen and Yuan 2014a)“Confucius,” in theThe Oxford Handbook of Process Philosophy and Organization Studies, edited by Jenny Helin, Tor Hernes, Daniel Hjorth, and Robin Holt, Oxford University Press.

7.(Wen and Yuan 2014b)“Zhuangzi,” in theThe Oxford Handbook of Process Philosophy and Organization Studies, edited by Jenny Helin, Tor Hernes, Daniel Hjorth, and Robin Holt, Oxford University Press.

8.(Wen 2014c) “Father and Son Covering Each Other and the Relationship between Family and State‘親親互隱’與家國關係,”inJournal of Renmin Universityof China中國人民大學學報,No.1, 2014;

9.(Wen 2014d)On the Continuity of Heart-mind and Things-events in theCosmology of the Book of Changes, in Journal of Chuanshan, 2014;

10.(Wen and Wang, 2013a) “Confucian Cultural Psychology and Its Contextually Creative Intentionality” (with Wang Hang) inCulture and Psychology;

11.(Wen, 2013b) Confucian Cultural Fallacy and Twentieth Century Enlightenment in China,Frontiers of Philosophy in China,No. 1, 2013;

12.(Wen, 2013c) Why Ontological Emotion/Feeling is Ethical?本體論意義上的“情”何以是倫理的?,Journal of Sun Yet-sen University中山大學學報, 2013;

13.(Wen, 2013d) A Comparison of Meaning and Naming between Confucius and Zhuangzi以“名”出“言”,以“言”“行”事——孔子與莊子意義觀之比較,Guangdong Social Science廣東社會科學,2013;

14.(Wen, 2013e) A Naturalist Reconstruction of Confucian Human Rights儒家人權道德的自然主義版本,Academia Monthly學術月刊,2013;

15.(Wen and Akina, 2012a)“A Naturalist Version of Confucian Morality for Human Rights” (with William Kelii Akina), inAsian Philosophy,Vol. 22, No 1, February 2012, pp. 1-14;

16.(Wen and Akina, 2012b) “Human Rights Ideology as Endemic in Chinese Philosophy: Classical Confucian and Mohist Perspectives”(with William Kelii Akina),inAsian Philosophy,November 2012, Volume 22 Number 4;

17.(Wen, 2012c) “Confucian Co-creative Ethics: Self and Family,” inFrontierof Philosophyin China, No. 3, 2012.

18.(Wen, 2012d)“Confucian Role Ethics in Chinese- and English-Language Contexts,” inFrontier of Philosophyin China, No.4, 2012.

19.(Wen, 2012e)A Philosophical Analysis on Confucian Idea of “Family Reverence”孔子“孝”非反思先行性之哲學分析,《上海社會科學》,2012年第7期;

20.(Wen, 2012f)Tu Wei-ming and Confucian Cultural Fallacy杜維明與“儒家文化歸謬主義”,inFrontier of Social Science社會科學戰線,No. 4, 2012;

21.(Wen, 2011a)“Continuity of Heart-mind and Things-events: A Systematic Reconstruction of Neo-Confucian Epistemology,” inAsian Philosophy, August 2011, Volume 21, Number 3, 269-290;

22.(Wen, 2011b)“Reconstructing Chinese Metaphysics: Guest Editor’s Introduction,” inContemporary Chinese Thought, vol. 43, no. 1, Fall 2011;

23.(Wen, 2011c)“A Reconstruction of Zhuangzi’s Metaphysical View ofDaofrom the Heavenly Axis Perspective,” inContemporary Chinese Thought, vol. 43, no. 1, Fall 2011;

24.(Wen, 2011d)“Two Versions of Desire-based Subjectivism: A Comparative Study of the Analects and the Lotus Sutra”Asian Philosophy, November, 2011, Volume 21, Number 4, 419-435;

25.(Wen, 2011e)Making Intentions Concrete: A Confucian Ethical Dimension儒家實意倫理學, inJournal of Renmin University中国人民大学学报, No. 3, 2011;

26.(Wen, 2010a)“One and Many: Creativity in Whitehead and Chinese Cosmology,” inJournal of Chinese Philosophy, March 2010;

27.(Wen, 2010b)“A Survey of Roger Ames’ Methodology on Comparative Philosophy,”Contemporary Chinese Thought, vol. 41, no.3, Spring 2010, pp. 53-64.

28.(Wen, 2010c)“Confucian Religious Creativitybetween Guodian Texts and Received Tradition,” inJournal of Renmin University(English version), 2010;

29.(Wen, 2010d)“A Re-examination of PhilosophicalBreakthroughsin Song-Ming Neo-Confucianismfrom the Perspective ofEpistemology從認識論角度看宋明理學的哲學突破,” inJournal of Sun Yet-sen University中山大學學報社會科學版, No. 2, 2010;also inPapers Collection of Renmin University人大報刊複印資料2010; main ideas inChinese Social Science中國社會科學2010;

30.(Wen, 2010e)“The Mid-way Ethics in the Philosophy of Guo Xiang郭象順中為常的中道倫理觀,” inLiterature, History and Philosophy文史哲, No. 3, 2010;also inPapers Collection of Renmin University人大報刊複印資料2010;

31.(Wen, 2009a)“Confucian Democracy from a Post-modern Perspective後現代視域中的“儒家民主,” inDialogue Transculturel跨文化對話, No. 25, Nov. 2009,  pp.49-53;

32.(Wen, 2009b)“Roger Ames’ Methodology of Comparative Philosophy安樂哲比較哲學方法論簡論,” inJournal of Yunnan University雲南大學學報no. 1, 2009, also inPapers Collection of Renmin University人大報刊複印資料;

33.(Wen, 2009c)“Self and Other: A Comparison of Confucianism and Dewey人己中道:杜威與儒家,”Beida Journal of Philosophy哲學門, edit. by Philosophy Department, Peking University, No. 2, 2009;

34.(Wen, 2008a)“A New Interpretation of Xunzi’s Epistemology荀子心‘合’物論發微,”History of Chinese Philosophy中國哲學史, No. 3, 2008, also inPapers Collection of Renmin University人大報刊複印資料;

35.(Wen, 2008b)“On Zhu Xi’s Different Understandings of the Pre-Heaven and Post-Heavens Trigrams先天學之自得,後天學之無奈——朱熹易學中的先天後天問題,”Zhouyi Studies周易研究, No. 3, 2008;

36.(Wen, 2008c)“Confucian Understanding of Self from a Deweyan Perspective儒家人己關係與社群民主”The Journal of Peking University, 2008;

37.(Wen, 2008d)“A Theory on the Continuity of Mind and Events-The Metaphysical Sensibility of theAttaching WordsofZhouyi心通物論——<繫辭上>的形上意蘊,”Modern Philosophy現代哲學, No. 3, 2008;

38.(Wen, 2008e)“On the Origin of Confucian Ethics論儒家倫理思想的原點,”Guangming Daily光明日報,April 14, 2008;

39.(Wen, 2007a)“A Comparative Studies on Guo Xiang and Sartre’s View of Destiny郭象與薩特命運觀之比較,”Philosophers哲學家, edit. by School of Philosophy, RUC,2007;

40.(Wen, 2004a)“From Substance Language to the Vocabularies of Process and Change: A Comparison between the Translation of Key Philosophical Terms of ‘The Doctrine of the Mean’ and ‘Focusing the Familiar’,” inDao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy,2004, III, pp. 217-33;

41.(Wen, 2001a)“On Young Zhu Xi’sYijingOntology朱子早年易學本體思想之形成過程,” inScholarship of South-Eastern China, 2001;

42.(Wen, 2000a)“On Zhu Xi’s Thought aboutHetuandLuoshu朱熹河圖洛書說研究,” inStudies of Yijing, No.3, 2000;

43.(Wen, 1998a)On Wang Yangming’sYijingPhilosophy陽明易學略論”, inStudies of YijingNo.3, 1998;


EnglishBook Reviews:

44.He, Guanghu何光滬All Rivers Return to the Ocean: Toward a Global Religious Philosophy百川歸海:全球宗教哲學. InDao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy, Vol. 10, Issue 1, 2011, p. 103.

45.Brook Ziporyn.The Penumbra Unbound: The Neo-Taoist Philosophy of Guo Xiang, Albany: State University of New York. InChina Review International,2007, vol. 1;

46.Zhang Xianglong.From Phenomenology to Confucius.inDao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy,Vol. 2, June, 2006;

47.Zhang Liwen,A Philosophy of Harmony-A Strategic Framework for Chinese Culture in the 21stCentury, inDao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy,2008;

48.Xiang Shiling,TheDiversification andFourSystems in Song-ming Neo-ConfucianisminDao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy,2008;

49.Liu Sumin,Natural Law of Aquinas, inNewspaper of Minorities, 2008;

50.Yang Qingzhong.Studies on the Classic and Appendix of Yijing;A History of Chinese Yijing Studies in the 20thCentury, inDao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy,Vol. 2, June, 2007.


Book Series:

51.Editor-in-Chief (with Roger Ames),Overseas Chinese Philosophy Series, Peking University Press, 2008-09, 8 books;

52.Editor,Chinese and Comparative Philosophy Series, Renmin University Press, 2008-14, 3 books;


Translations and Editing:

53.David Wong, “Comparative Philosophy: Chinese and West,” Renmin University Press, 2008;

54.Roger T. Ames, “‘Seeking Harmony not Sameness’: Comparative Philosophy and East-West Understanding和而不同:比較哲學與中西會通” (trans. and ed.), book published by Peking University Press, 2004;

55.“TheClassic of Changes(Yijing)” (translation of some selections, withJohn Trowbridge,in Robin R. Wang eds.,Images of Women in Chinese Thought: Pre-Qin to Song Dynasty. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company, 2003;

56.Tang Yijie, “Emotion in Pre-Qin Ruist Moral Theory: An Explanation of ‘DaoBegins inQing’,” (trans. with Brian Bruya), inPhilosophy East and West,Vol.53, Number 2, University of Hawaii Press, 2003, pp. 272-81;

57.Roger T. Ames,“Contemporary Western Process Philosophy and Ancient Chinese Philosophy當代西方的過程哲學與中國古代哲學,” (trans.) Chinese Social Academy, Beijing, 2005;

58.Roger T. Ames, “Tang Junyi and the Very Idea of Confucian Democracy唐君毅與儒家民主觀,” inConfucian Scholars, (trans. with Wang Qinghong), Center for Confucius Studies, Shangdong, China, 2005;

59.安乐哲,“The Road of My Philosophical Studies我的哲学之路”,东方论坛, 2006年06期;

60.Roger T. Ames, “Making This Life Significant: the Serious Business of Creativity此生之道:創生力之真義,” (trans.) inChina Scholarship, Beijing, 2003, Vol. 4, pp. 32-49;

61.Roger T. Ames, “Response to the critics ofFocusing the Familiar對《中庸》譯釋批評的回應,” (trans.) inQiushi Journal, Feb. 2005;

62.Roger T. Ames, “Confucian Democracy儒家民主主義,” (trans.) inTranscultural Dialogue, No. 8, Shanghai Culture Press, 2002, pp. 42-53.