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NTHU Graduate Institute of Philosophy
Chon-Ip Ng

 

Graduate Institute of Philosophy, National Tsing Hua University, 101 Kuang-Fu Rd., Sec. 2, 30013 Hsinchu, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

Tel.: +886 3-516-2363

Email: cing@mx.nthu.edu.tw

 

EDUCATION

2003 Ph.D., Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany. Philosophy. Ph.D. Thesis: Weltoffenheit und Verborgenheit bei Martin Heidegger. [The Openness of the World and the Concealment in Heidegger’s Thought] (in German). 1995 M. Phil. The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Philosophy. M.A. Thesis: “Conscience and Will: A Comparative Study of the Conceptions of Moral Subjectivity in the Philosophy of Wang Yan-Ming and Kant” (in Chinese) 1993 BA, The University of Hong Kong. Philosophy.

 

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

2012- Associate Professor, Center for General Education (joint appointment with the Graduate Institute of Philosophy), National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan 2006-2012 Assistant Professor, Center for General Education (joint appointment with the Graduate Institute of Philosophy), National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan 2005-2006 Assistant Professor (part time), Department of Philosophy, National Chung Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan 2003-2006 Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Nan Hua University, Chiayi, Taiwan

 

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

Phenomenology, Hermeneutics, Philosophy of Sociality and Intersubjectivity, Aesthetics

 

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

2006 Weltoffenheit und Verborgenheit bei Martin Heidegger. Ein phänomenologisches Studium. Neue Studien zur Phänomenologie. Vol. 4. Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang.

JOURNAL ARTICLES, PAPERS AND BOOK CHAPTERS

Forthcoming 〈本己與他者──《存有與時間》中的他者概念的現象學定位〉。《現象學與人文科學(第五輯):海德格:詮釋現象學及其銳變》,台北:漫遊者出版社。[“The Self and the Other: A phenomenological Reappraisal of the Concept of Other in Being and Time”, in: Journal of Phenomenology and the Human Sciences, vol. 5. Taipei: Azoth Books]

2012 “Reversibility and its philosophical Implications. A Phenomenological Explication of a late Concept of Merleau-Ponty” , in: Phenomenology and Human Experience (libri nigri Band 14), ed. Chung-chi Yu and Kwok-ying Lau. Nordhausen: Verlag Traugott Bautz, 2012. pp. 137-151.

2010 〈從書寫到書法—─一個身體現象學的考察〉,《清華學報》,第四十卷第三期,頁301-326。[“From Writing to Calligraphy: A Consideration of Phenomenology of Body”, in: Tsing Hua Journal of Chinese Studies. Vol. 40, Issue 3 (2010), pp. 301-326.] 2009 〈胡塞爾與他者問題〉。《哲學與文化》,三十六卷第四期,頁71-84。[“Husserl and the Problem of Other”, in: Philosophy and Culture. Vol. 36, Issue 4 (2009), pp. 71-84.]

2009b 〈道德形上學的理念與證成〉,編收於:周大興 主編,《理解、詮釋與儒家傳統:展望篇》(台北:中央研究院中國文哲研究所,2009),頁127-152。[“The Idea of Moral Metaphysics and its Justification”, in: Understanding, Interpretation and Confucian Tradition: Prospect. Taipei: Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Academia Sinica, 2009, pp. 127-152.]

2009c 〈科技本質的探問與回應:晚期海德格科技觀的現象學解讀〉。劉國英、張燦輝編,《求索之迹:香港中文大學哲學系六十周年系慶論文集》,香港:中文大學出版社,頁225-251。[“The Question of the Essence of Technology and its Response: A phenomenological Interpretation of late Heidegger’s Idea of Technology”, in: Traces across interlaces : essays in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the department of philosophy. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, pp. 225-251.] 

TRANSLATIONS

2004a Klaus Held 著,2004a,〈海德格的基本情調與時代批判〉。克勞斯‧黑爾德著,孫周興主編,《世界現象學》,台北:左岸出版社,頁170-198。[A Translation of Klaus Held’s article “Grundstimmung und Zeitkritik bei Heidegger” from German into Chinese.]

2004b Klaus Held 著,2004,〈本真生存與政治世界〉。克勞斯‧黑爾德著,孫周興主編,《世界現象學》,台北:左岸出版社,頁218-240。[A Translation of Klaus Held’s article “Grundstimmung und Zeitkritik bei Heidegger” from German into Chinese, in cooperation with Prof. Dr. Lee-Chun LO.] 2000 J. Patocka,690-709,2000,〈胡塞爾現象之主體主義與一門「非主體性的」現象學之可能性〉。倪梁康主編,《面對實事本身─現象學經典文選》,北京:東方出版社,頁690-709。[A Translation of Patocka’s article “Der Subjektivismus der Husserlschen und die Möglichkeit einer “asubjektiven” Phänomenologie” from German into Chinese.]

 

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

2004 〈在多元差異中開展的公共性〉。《當代》,第二○六期,台北,頁22-31。[“The Public that unfolds itself in pluralistic Difference”. Contemporary Monthly, 207, pp. 22-31. A short introduction of Klaus Held’s political phenomenology.]

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