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Contemporary Philosophical Issues课程介绍

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【编者按】为进一步提升研究生科研能力与论文写作水平,学院拟于2018年春季学期面向全院硕士生、博士生开设一门新的选修课——“当代世界哲学前沿问题研究”(Contemporary Philosophical IssuesGraduate Students Independent Studies Seminar)。该课程由学院Bradley Monton, Thomas Besch, Matt Lutz,吴根友,李佃来等多位教授主讲,旨在指导研究生完成高质量的英文论文,力争在国际期刊上发表。欢迎学院研究生选修该课程。(交流咨询QQ群:687514267)



Contemporary Philosophical Issues

Graduate Students Independent Studies Seminar



Professors: Matthew Lutz, Bradley Monton, Thomas M. Besch,Dianlai Li, Genyou Wu

Professors offering supervision: M. Lutz, B. Monton, T. M. Besch

Matthew Lutz: Matt Lutz received his PhD in philosophy from the University of Southern California in 2015. He works on metaethics and epistemology, and his work has appeared in venues includingPhilosophical Studies,Synthese,Erkenntnis, and theStanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

Bradley Monton: Bradley Monton received his PhD from Princeton University in 1999. He specializes in philosophy of science, metaphysics, philosophy of religion, decision theory, and he is especially interested in the intersections between these areas.

Thomas M. Besch: Thomas M. Besch received his PhD from The University of Oxford in 2005. Before he came to Wuhan, he taught political philosophy at The University of Sydney. His main area of research is political philosophy, recently with a focus on ideas of public justification, public reason, discursive respect, and theories of justice.

吴根友现为武汉大学哲学学院二级教授、哲学学院院长,博士生导师,教育部“长江学者奖励计划特聘教授”,珞珈学者特聘教授、湖北省彩虹学者。中国传统文化研究中心兼职研究员;国际儒学联合会理事,国际中国哲学会大陆地区副秘书长,中国哲学史学会常务理事,中华孔子学会常务理事,湖北省哲学史学会长。出版了学术著作12部,发表学术论文160余篇。曾为哈佛大学访问学者,先后出访过法国马黎第七大学,德国特立尔大学、慕尼黑大学等。个人专业兴趣领域有:明清哲学、比较哲学、政治哲学、先秦道家与诸子学等。先后讲授了中国社会思想、中国古典哲学原著导读、中国哲学智慧、中国哲学史、道家通论、汉唐哲学、宋元明清哲学专题、先秦诸子、中国哲学原著导读、中国政治哲学专题等课程。《中国现代价值观的初生历程》一书获教育部第四届中国高校人文社会科学研究成果三等奖。

李佃来:教授,博士生导师,首届教育部青年长江学者,享受国务院政府特殊津贴专家,文化名家暨四个一批人才入选者,哲学学院副院长。主要研究马克思主义哲学和政治哲学。主持国家社科基金重大项目"当代中国政治哲学建构的价值前提、思想资源和实现路径研究"。在人民出版社、北京师范大学出版社等出版《公共领域与生活世界——哈贝马斯市民社会理论研究》、《马克思的政治哲学:理论与现实》、《废黜自我:马克思、青年黑格尔派及激进社会理论的起源》等多部专著与译著,在《中国社会科学》、《哲学研究》、《新华文摘》、《中国社会科学文摘》、《光明日报》、《中国人民大学学报》、《学术月刊》、《学术研究》、《吉林大学社会科学学报》、《马克思主义与现实》、《河北学刊》、《江汉论坛》、《东岳论丛》、《求是学刊》、《人文杂志》、《社会科学辑刊》、《武汉大学学报》等重要报刊发表学术论文近150篇,被各大文摘、《中国人民大学书报资料》以及《学术界》、《中国马克思主义研究前沿》、《马克思主义理论研究与学科建设年鉴》、《马克思主义哲学研究文丛》等广泛转载、收录或者论点摘编,其观点被广泛引征。

Student tasks:

Supervision: Students must pick, and register with, their supervising professor by week 7 (either M. Lutz, or B. Monton, or T. M. Besch).

Tutorials: Tutorials start once a supervising professor has been assigned. Tutorials start not later than week 7. Tutorial schedules/locations/formats are set by the supervising professor.

Assignments: Students write one research essay. Essay topics are selected in concert with supervising professors. Essay length is set by the supervising professor. The submission date is June 29thor as decided by the supervising professor.

Schedule (preliminary):

Week 1, March 2nd

Introduction: logistics/orientation/expectations

Week 2, March 9th

Matt Lutz: The Benacerraf Challenge in the philosophy of mathematics, evolutionary debunking arguments in moral epistemology, and the relationship between the two.

Week 3, March 16th

Bradley Monton: Decision theory–how to formulate a deviant decision theory that doesn't involve maximizing expected utility.

Week 4, March 23rd

No lecture[Analytic Ethics Conference]

Week 5, March 30th

Thomas M. Besch: Deidealizing public justification: reasons, respect, and discursive inequality (working title)

Week 6, April 6th

Dianlai Li:1.当代英美政治哲学前沿问题;2.当代中国政治哲学研究的的理论问题与开展方向

Week 7, April 13th

Genyou Wu:1、当代中国哲学几种新的形上学理论;2、当代中国哲学创新的其他维度及其反思

Week 7–12

Tutorials.(Schedules/location to be determined by supervising professor)

Week 12,May 18th

Essay submission(unless otherwise set by supervising professor).



NOTES:

·All essay topics and submission dates are set by, or cleared with, supervising professors.

·Supervising professors fully look after their own students in all course matters, e.g., they schedule tutorial times and locations, collect and mark their students’ work etc. Once student work has been submitted and marked/graded, marks are communicated to the course coordinator (ccThomas Besch’sTA, Janus (ZHANG Jian) [cc-d to this email: janus37@126.com]).

·If applicable, supervising professors provide electronic copies of reading materials for their topics/lectures (all electronic copies of these materials go on QQ. QQ group #: 687514267).

·Supervising professors record the names and Student IDs of all of their supervisees and communicate these to the course coordinator for book keeping. Supervising professors should avoid stray students–i.e., students they supervise but have not registered as their students.

·Supervising professors collect electronic copies of submitted student work and if needed (see “possibility” below) forward them to course coordinator.

·If any technical question arises (e.g., student access to QQ, problems with online content, etc.), contact Janus.