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Cheung Ching-yuen, "Restoration and Philosophy after 3.11"

11:30-13:00, Thursday, May 9, 2013 [Change of Time]
Seminar Room, 2nd Floor, Building 101, University of Tokyo, Komaba [Change of Venue]

Speaker: Dr. Cheung Ching-yuen (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Moderator: Tsuyoshi Ishii (University of Tokyo)

Language: English | Admission Free | No Registration Required

About the Lecturer
Cheung Ching-yuen is Lecturer of philosophy at Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research interests include Japanese philosophy, particularly on Nishida Kitaro, phenomenology, and transcultural philosophy. He recently published the Japanese book titled Diversity of Japanese Philosophy (『日本哲学の多様性』) as a joint editor, and has organized the project of "Restoration after 3.11: Pain, Suffering, Memory and Trauma" in order to "support the revitalization of communities and environment with activities such as philosophy cafe, translation project, exhibition and workshop".

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Organized by The University of Tokyo Center for Philosophy (UTCP), Uehiro Research Division, L1 Project "Dialogical Practice between Eastern and Western Philosophy"


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