Warp, Weft, and Way

Chinese and Comparative Philosophy 中國哲學與比較哲學

Welcome to Carl Dull as New Contributor

We are happy to welcome Carl Dull, a long-time blog reader and commentator, as a new contributor. Here is Carl’s self-introduction:

Carl J. Dull received a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Southern Illinois University where he studied both Chinese and Western traditions. He has taught at the Nanjing School of Foreign Language and worked for Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth in Nanjing and Hong Kong. His major interest is early Chinese thought, especially Zhuangzi. His dissertation investigates wandering and the heart in Zhuangzi, and proposes various positive ethical ideals for caring for living. His current research looks at early Chinese thought as a resource for moral psychology and therapeutic practice. His previous work includes the power of inspiration in Confucius, the practical compatibility between Confucian principles and Human Rights, and the language games of Zhuangzi and Wittgenstein. Contact: cjdull@gmail.com.

January 5th, 2014 Posted by | Blog details, Chinese philosophy - 中國哲學 - 中国哲学, Zhuangzi | 2 comments

2 Responses to Welcome to Carl Dull as New Contributor

  1. Carl says:

    Thank you for the kind welcome!

  2. David Chai says:

    Welcome, Carl. Look forward to reading your posts on Daoism.

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