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CURRICULUM VITAE

 

 

 

 

Haojun Zhang

Prof. Dr. of German Philosophy

Associate Chair of the Department of Philosophy

Director of the Institute of Philosophy

 

Research Interests

Phenomenology

Comparative Study of Phenomenology and Analytic Philosophy

History of Western Philosophy

 

Education

2003-2008   M. A. & Ph.D., Renmin(People’s)University of China (RUC), Beijing

1999-2003   B. A., Northwest Normal University (NNU), Lanzhou, Gansu

 

Languages

English: Reading and Speaking 

German: Reading and Speaking

French: Reading

Chinese: Mother Tongue

 

Courses Offered in Recent Years

Husserl’s Cartesian Meditations

Husserl's Formal and Transcendental Logic

Introduction to Phenomenology

History of Western Philosophy

Modern Philosophy

Methodology of Philosophy

Philosophical English

 

Experiences of Research

08.2014-08.2015   Visiting Scholar, Husserl Archive, Cologne University, Cologne, Germany

04.2011-04.2012   Visiting Scholar, School of Philosophy, Catholic University of America, USA

 

Selected Publications

 

Monograph

A Study of Husserl’s Theory of Logic, Capital Normal University Press, 2010, 1-166

 

Articles

“On Formal Ontology of Husserl”, Academic Research 8 (2016): 28-37

“Empathy and Morality”, Philosophical Trends 6 (2016): 73-80

“Interpretation of ‘Interpretation’”, Modern Philosophy 3 (2016): 82-89

"Component or Moment?——A Critical Assessment of Habermas' Division of Life-World", in The Role of Religions in the Public Sphere: The Post-Secular Model of Jürgen Habermas and Beyond, Edited by Plamen Makariev & Vensus A. George, Published by The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2015, pp. 21-30

“On the Theory of the Other of Levinas”, World Philosophy 3(2015): 21-28

“From Active Synthesis to Passive Synthesis. Husserl’s Critique and Development of Kant’s Theory of Synthesis”, in: The Phenomenological and Philosophical Research in China,2014, pp. 43-71

“Edith Stein on the Nature of Empathy”, World Philosophy 2 (2013): 142-150

“Two Different Chinese Translations of the Key Concept of Transcendental”, Philosophical Trends 11 (2010): 78-83

“The Dialogues between Phenomenology and Analytic Philosophy”, Philosophical Researches 12 (2010): 81-86

“Activity of Perception and Active Synthesis: A Review of Husserl’s Genealogy of Judgment”, Modern Philosophy 5 (2010): 85-91

“Husserl’s Dividing of Logic into Three Strata and Its Meaning”, Journal of Tongji University 5 (2010): 21-31

“Husserl’s concept of Passivity”, World Philosophy 1 (2010): 141-150

“From Objective Logic to Subjective Logic: Husserl’s Way of Logic“, Hebei Academic Journal 5 (2009): 55-58

“Formal Apophantics and Formal Ontology: Husserl’s Widening of the Idea of Formal Logic”, in: The Phenomenological and Philosophical Research in China, Shanghai Translation Publishing House, 2009, 196-209

“Transcendental Logic in Husserl’s Criticism of Kant: With an Discussion of the Difference between Traditional and Modern Logic and Husserl’s Transcendental Logic”, in: The Phenomenological and Philosophical Research in China, Shanghai Translation Publishing House, 2008, 230-245

 

Translations

Edith Stein, Zum Problem der Einfühlung, East China Normal University Press, 2014

D. F. M. Strauss, “Metaphysics between Reductionism and a Non-Reductionist Ontology”, in: Journal of Guangxi University 4 (2016): 30-48

John J. Drummond, “An abstract consideration: de-ontologizing the noema”, in: The Phenomenological and Philosophical Research in China, Shanghai Translation Publishing House, 2010, 217-243

David Woodruff Smith and Ronald Mclntyre, “Intentionality via Intentions”, in: The Phenomenological and Philosophical Research in China, Shanghai Translation Publishing House, 2010, 244-274

David Woodruff Smith and Ronald Mclntyre, “Husserl’s Identification of Meaning and Noema”, World Philosophy 2 (2010): 101-117

Dagfinn Føllesdal, “Husserl’s Notion of Noema”, World Philosophy 2 (2010): 118-124

Helen S. Lang, “Philoponus' Aristotle: the Extension of Place”, in: Selected Works of Research into Aristotle in 20th Century, East China Normal University Press, 2010

 

Contact

Email: haojunzhang@cupl.edu.cn

Post Address:

Department of Philosophy

School of Humanities

China University of Political Science and Law

No. 27 Fuxue Lu, Changping District

Beijing 102249, P. R. China