I received my Ph.D. (2017) in philosophy from Duke University, studying moral philosophy and Chinese philosophy. My research facilitates a cross-cultural and interdisciplinary dialogue between Confucianism and Western ethics through a close study of moral emotions and virtues such as sympathy/empathy, honesty, and shame. I am particularly interested in emotions' role in moral deliberation, moral perception, and moral motivation in Chinese philosophy and in moral psychology in general.
Concordia UniversityDepartment of PhilosophyAssistant Professor
Department of Philosophy
Montréal, Quebec, Canada