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Workshop “Silk and Bamboo-slip Texts and Chinese Philosophical Thoughts”

Date: August 17-27

Conference Room, 2/F,Art Museum, Institute of Chinese Studies, CUHK
Organized by the Research Centre for Chinese Philosophy and Culture, Department of Philosophy, CUHK

Date and Time:

17 – 19August (Tue–Thur):09:00 – 12:30, 14:30 – 18:00

20 August(Fri): 09:00 – 12:30

23 – 26August (Mon–Thur): 09:00 – 12:30, 14:30 – 18:00


Aboutthe Workshop:

The workshop “Silk and Bamboo-slip Texts and ChinesePhilosophical Thoughts” is co-organized by Professors Liu Xiaogan, ChengChi-hsiung, and Liang Tao. The discussion is focused on how to raise theacademic standard of the analytical study/research of the most representativesilk and bamboo-slip texts. Eventually the workshop aims at producing for theacademia, particularly for the fields of intellectual history and history ofphilosophy, more analytical studies/references of higher reliability. Theworkshop is under the financial support of the Lee Hysan Foundation and theGeneral Research Fund of the HKSAR Govement. Details:



1.      Cheng Chi-hsiung, Dennis, National Taiwan University

2.      Chen Li-kuei, National Taiwan Normal University

3.      Chou Feng-wu , National Taiwan University

4.      Kuo Li Hua, Soochow University

5.      Lin Sue-ching, Academia Sinica

6.      Lin Su-ying, National Taiwan Normal University

7.      Masayuki Sato, National Taiwan University


8.      Cao Feng, Tsinghua University

9.      ChenWei, Wuhan University

10. Guo Yi, Chinese Academy of SocialSciences

11. Jiang Guanghui, Yelu Academy Hunan University

12. Li Rui, Beijing Normal University

13. Liang Tao, Renmin University of China

14. Liao Mingchun, Tsinghua University

15. Yang Qingzhong, Renmin University of China

Hong Kong

16. ChenZhi, Hong Kong Baptist University

17. LiuXiaogan, Chinese Universityof Hong Kong


18. Yuichi Asano, Tohoku University, Japan



Jessica Li

Research Centre for Chinese Philosophy and Culture
Tel:  852-26098524
Fax: 852-26037854
E-mail: Jessica_li@cuhk.edu.hk