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Gou Dongfeng

发布日期: 2022-10-27   浏览次数 10

Gou Dongfeng

Associate Professor

Department of Philosophy, East China Normal University, China

Address: Department of Philosophy, East China Normal University, Dongchuan Road 500, Shanghai, China.

Postcode: 200241

Email: asiansharp@126.com

EDUCATION

  • 2001-2005, Department of Philosophy, Fudan University, Shanghai, China

  • B.A. in Philosophy

  • 2005-2012, School of Philosophy, Fudan University, Shanghai, China (master-doctor combined program)

  • Ph.D. in Chinese Philosophy

CAREER

  • 2016—Present: Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, East China Normal University

  • 2014-2016: Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, East China Normal University

  • 2012-2014: Post-doctoral fellow, Department of Philosophy, East China Normal University

Research Interests

  • Chinese Philosophy, Philosophy of Language, Comparative Philosophy, Ethics, Political Philosophy

THESES TOPICS

  • Postdoc.: The Origin of Confucius’ Name (Ming)-Rectifying Theory

  • Ph.D.: Study on Confucius’ Name (Ming)-Rectifying Theory

  • M.A.: Wuxing, the Philosophy of Zisi: A Study on Wuxing in the Guodian Bamboo Slips

  • B.A.: Looking for Real Man in the Materialized World: An Interpretation of Lukacs’ History and Class Consciousness

PUBLICATION

I. Books:

  1. Study on Confucius’ Name (Ming)-rectifying Theory, Shanghai People's Publishing House, Shanghai, 2016.

  2. One Hundred Essays of Traditional Chinese Culture, Lexicon Graphical Publishing House, Shanghai, 2017. (Coauthored with Professor Yushu Li)

II. Articles

  1. “Explaining Confucius’ Theory of ‘Rectification of Names’”, Journal of Ancient Chinese Philosophers, Vol.16, 2018: 1-14.

  2. ‘Name-rectifying’ as a Method: A General Idea for the Study of Confucius’s Theory of Name-rectifying, Journal of Learning lamp, No.2, 2017: 85-100.

  3. “How Is It Possible to Expect the Reality Corresponding to the Names? A Primary Exploration to Confucian Status (Mingfen) Theory”, Morality and Civilization, No.2, 2017: 109-116.

  4. “Early Ming theory in the Pre-Confucius period”, Monthly Review of Philosophy and Culture, Vol44, No2, 2017: 167-183.

  5. “A Commentary and Interpretation of Chapter Name (Ming)-Rectifying in the Analects”, Journal of Hangzhou Teachers College (Social Sciences Edition), No.2, 2017: 1-10.

  6. “Three Functions of Confucius’ Rites Theory”, The Central Plains Culture Research, No.6, 2016: 44-50.

  7. “The Function of ‘Tonggan’ in Naming: A Comparative Study of Epistemology between Kant and Xunzi”, Philosophical Trends, No.9, 2016: 34-40.

  8. “Thinking through Ming: A Possibility of Getting into the Confucian Metaphysics”, Wuda Philosophical Review, No.1, 2016: 49-64.

  9. “Discussion about the Neo-Ming Theory”, Thought & Culture, No.2, 2015: 6-19.

  10. “The Inner Logic of Mingjiao: How does Confucian Achieve Their Ideal of Value”,Journal of Social Sciences, No.12, 2016: 130-138.

  11. “A Comparison between the Scripture of Bamboo and Silk Wuxing”, Journal of Hunan University of Arts and Science (Social Science Edition), No.6, 2015: 12-19.

  12. “A Reexamination of the Concept of ‘Name’ (Ming) in the Pre-Qin Period: Understanding ‘Name’ from the Perspective of ‘Image’ (Xiang)”, Journal of Ancient Chinese Philosophers, Vol.12, 2015: 1-10.

  13. “Exploring the Source of Confucian Idea of Name-rectifying”, Journal of Hunan University (Social Sciences), No.5, 2015: 45-52.

  14. “On the Occurrence of Pre-Qin Scholars from the Perspective of Name (Ming): A New Orientation of Study on the Origin of Pre-Qin Scholars”, Journal of Asking and Learning, Vol.1, 2015: 169-180.

  15. “Reexamination of Xunzi’s Theory of Names”, Journal of Handan College, No.2, 2015: 59-67.

  16. “Classic Interpretation of Confucius’ ‘Name-rectifying’ Theory”, Journal of Hunan University of Arts and Science (Social Science Edition), No.4, 2014: 31-36.

  17. “An Interpretation of Confucius’ ‘Name-rectifying’ Theory by Marxists”, Journal of China University of Petroleum (Edition of Social Science), No.2, 2014: 77-81.

  18. “The Inner Structure of Confucius’ ‘Name-rectifying’ Theory”, Thought & Culture, Vol.13, 2014: 107-123.

  19. “Whether Inner Goodness Can Develop Outer Achievement: Brief Reflection on the Relation between Morality and Politics”, Journal of Tianjin Administration Institute, No.6, 2013: 17-22.

  20. “Three Connotations of Confucian ‘Ming’”, Philosophical Research, No.8, 2013: 42-48.

  21. “Review on the Study of Confucius’ ‘Name-rectifying Theory”, Journal of Learning lamp (electronic edition), Vol.26, 2013.

  22. “After ‘Tian’ Loses Virtue--- A Study on Xunzi' s Tian Theory”, Journal of WULING, No.6, 2012: 1-5.

  23. “Platonism in Modern Chinese Philosophy: Focus on the Research of Confucian ‘Name-rectifying Theory”, Journal of WULING, No.3, 2012: 53-58.

  24. “The Current Difficulty of Confucianism Exposed in an Interpretation about Cautiousness (Shendu): Focus on Wuxing and Daxue”, Journal of China University of Petroleum (Edition of Social Sciences), No.2, 2012: 71-75.

  25. “The Problem of Living in the Book of Instructions for Practical Living (Chuan xi lu)”, Beida Journal of Philosophy, Vol.12, No.2, 2011: 23-39.

  26. “Whether Confucius Proposed the Theory of ‘Name-rectifying”? Theory Horizon, No.10, 2011: 126-127.

  27. “Explaining the Scripture of Bamboo Wuxing”, Journal of Ancient Books Collation and Studies, No.4, 2011: 35-42, 31.

  28. “Looking for Real Man in the Materialized World: An Interpretation of Lukacs’ History and Class Consciousness”,Journal of Nanchang Vocational & Technical Techers' College, No4, 2011: 14-19.

  29. “An Overview on the Study of Bamboo-Silk Wuxing”, Journal of China University of Petroleum (Edition of Social Science), No.3, 2011: 61-67.

  30. “Three Kinds of Problem Awareness Reflected in Wuxing”, Journal of Yanshan University (Philosophy and Social Edition), No.3, 2010: 19-24, 61.

III. Book Reviews

  1. “Feng Cao, The Political Thought of Name (Ming) in Ancient China”, Monthly Review of Philosophy and Culture, Vol.530, 2018: 191-194.

  2. “Xudong Fang, Painting after Simplicity: Interpretation of Classics and Study of Philosophy”, Beida Journal of Philosophy, Vol.14, No.2, 2013: 388-397.

  3. “A New Perspective in the History of Science and Technology: Hanguang Zhou, Chinese History of Scientific Thoughts”, China Reading Weekly,Version 8, Apr. 9th, 2014. (Coauthored with Professor Gourong Yong)

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

  • The True Knowledge is the One According to the Practice: From the Perspective of Mozi”, Development of Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Curricula in Practical Philosophy, Cultural Philosophy and Philosophy Education Conference and Workshop, Mainz, Germany, Aug.19-24, 2018.

  • “A Primary Exploration to Confucian Status (Mingfen) Theory”, The First International Confucianism Forum, Zoucheng, Sep.24-26, 2016.

  • “Being and Ming (Name)”, Metaphysics: Past, Present and Future, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China, Dec.12-14, 2014.

  • “Reexamination of Xunzi’s Theory of Names”, International Conference on the Review and New Exploration of Xunzi, Handan, China, Jul.7-8, 2014.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • History of Chinese Ancient Philosophy (For undergraduate students)

  • The Thoughts of Confucianism and Taoism and Modern Society (For undergraduate students)

  • Wisdom of China (For undergraduate students)

  • The History of Western Culture (For graduate students)

  • Comparison Between Chinese and Western Philosophy (For graduate students)

  • A Special Topic on Chinese Ancient Philosophy (For graduate students)

RESEARCH PROJECTS

  • 2017, “A Study on the Confucian Theory of Knowledge in Background of Name (Ming)”, sponsored by the National Social Science Foundation. (No. 17BZX124)

  • 2015, “Study on the Introduction of Name (Mingjiao)”, sponsored by Shanghai Social Science Foundation. (2015EZX001)

  • 2014, “Study on the Confucian Name (Ming) Theory”, special project sponsored by Chinese Postdoctoral Foundation. (No. 2014T70408)

  • 2013, “On the Occurrence of Pre-Qin Scholars from the Perspective of Name (Ming)”, sponsored by Chinese Postdoctoral Foundation. (No. 2013M531147)

AWARDS

  • Second Prize of the 14th Shanghai Philosophy and Social Science Outstanding Achievement Award, 2018, awarded by Shanghai Planning Office of Philosophy and Social Science

  • Chenhui Scholar, 2014, awarded by East China Normal University.

  • First Prize in the Teaching Competition among New Teachers, 2014, awarded by East China Normal University.

AFFILIATIONS

  • China Philosophy History Association

  • Shanghai Association of Comparative Study on Chinese-Western Philosophy and Culture

  • Shanghai Association of Confucianism Study

  • Institute of Modern Thought and Culture of China in ECNU