Jingjing Li is a university lecturer at the Institute for Philosophy.
Fields of interest
- Chinese Wei Shi (or "consciousness-only) philosophy
- East Asian Buddhist Philosophy
- German Idealism
- Neo-Confucianism and its modernization
- Feminist Philosophy in East Asia
I am interested in theories of mind and consciousness preserved in East Asian and Continental philosophical traditions, with particular foci on Chinese Wei Shi (or "consciousness-only) philosophy and Edmund Husserl's phenomenology. I believe these traditions can be brought into fruitful engagement with one another in a global context. Currently, I am working on a project that explores theories of other minds in East Asian Buddhist philosophy.
BA, MA (East China Normal University), Ph.D (McGill University). During my time at McGill University, I taught undergraduate courses related to East Asian intellectual traditions and Buddhist philosophy (2016-2019).
2019 “Through the Mirror: The Account of Other Minds in Chinese Yogācāra Buddhism.” Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy. 18(3).
2017 “From Self-Attaching to Self-Emptying: An Investigation of Xuanzang’s Account of Self- Consciousness”. Open Theology. Vo1: 184-197.
2016 “Buddhist Phenomenology and the Problem of Essence”. Comparative Philosophy. Vol. 7: 59-89.
2015 “德勒兹论运动—影像以及非主体性意识的可能性[Deleuze on the Movement of Image and the Bergsonian Account of Non-Subjective Consciousness]”. 清华西方哲学研究 [Tsinghua Studies in Western Philosophy], Vol 2: 371-394.
2020 “D.T. Suzuki and Modern Chinese Buddhism: The Search for Buddhist Modernism in East Asia”. Proceedings of Conference of Buddhism in the Global Eye. Ed. James Harding, Victor Hori, Jessica Main, & Alec Soucy. Bloomsbury: New York (forthcoming).
2018 “Intellectual Intuition, Moral Metaphysics, and Chinese Philosophy”. Proceedings of the 12. International Kant Congress Nature and Freedom Vol5. Ed. Violetta L. Waibel and Margit Ruffing, 3833-3841. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
2016. Li, Jingjing & Loidolt, Sophie. “维也纳现象学专栏 [Special Column on the Philosophy Department of Vienna University and its Phenomenological Tradition]”. 清华西方哲学研究 [Tsinghua Studies in Western Philosophy]. Vol2 (2016): 437-545.
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