“What Makes Us Human?” Summer Course at CEU

This coming summer I will be contributing to an exciting interdisciplinary, comparative summer course entitled “What Makes Us Human? Philosophical and Religious Perspectives in China and the West” to be held at Central European University in Budapest from July 4 to 15. The course looks at the question of what it is to be human…

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2015–2016 Courses

In the 2015–2016 academic year, I will be teaching the following: Semester 1: PHIL2470 Moral Psychology in the Chinese Tradition (Friday 12:30–14:20) PHIL3810/6810 Senior Seminar (Friday 15:30–17:20) Semester 2: PHIL1034 Introduction to Philosophy: Ethics and Politics, East and West (Friday 12:30–14:20) PHIL6820 Graduate Seminar (Friday 15:30–17:20)

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2014–2015 Courses

In the 2014–2015 academic year, I will be teaching the following: Semester 1: PHIL2430 Chinese Philosophy: Ethics (Friday 12:30–14:20) PHIL3810/6810 Senior Seminar (Friday 15:30–17:20) Semester 2: PHIL1034 Introduction to Philosophy: Ethics and Politics, East and West (Friday 12:30–14:20) PHIL6820 Graduate Seminar (Friday 15:30–17:20)

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2013–2014 HKU Courses—Update

In the 2013–2014 academic year, I will be teaching the following: Semester 1: PHIL2470 Moral Psychology in the Chinese Tradition (update: Tuesdays 10:30-12:20, CPD 2.45) PHIL2443 Xunzi (update: Tuesdays 13:30–15:20, CPD 2.45) Semester 2: PHIL1034 Ethics and Politics, East and West (update: Mondays 12:30-14:20, LE1—note that this is a different time from 2012-2013)

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