I obtained a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 2010. I joined the Department of Philosophy at CUHK in 2014. I have mainly worked in two branches of philosophy—namely, mind and ethics—and strived to develop a robust version of anti-reductionism in each domain. I have also conducted research in metaphysics (causation; grounding), epistemology (explanation; intuition), political philosophy (liberalism; distributive justice), and comparative philosophy (Confucianism).

I am widely regarded as a leading Chinese analytic philosopher and as one of the best philosophers of mind in Asia. My research has repeatedly appe…

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