Profile
Wang Jun
born Sep. 1979 in Linhai, Zhejiang Province
 
Education History:
Ph.D. Feb. 2009, University of Wuerzburg, Germany
Magister (Philosophy, Sinology, Protestant theology) Oct. 2006, University of Wuerzburg, Germany
Bachelor, July 2002, Peking University

Professional Experience:
12/2016 until now: Professor, Department of Philosophy, Zhejiang University
12/2011-12/2016: Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, Zhejiang University
03/2011-12/2011: Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Zhejiang University
03/2009-03/2011: Post-doctor, Department of Philosophy, Zhejiang University
05/2004-10/2008: Lector/Research Assistant, Institute of Sinology, University of Wuerzburg, Germany
 
Research Interests:
1. Phenomenology, esp. Husserl, Heidegger, and contemporary Phenomenology
2. Modern European philosophy, esp. modern German philosophy
3. Comparative Philosophy

Recent Research Project:
Heinrich Rombach’s structural Phenomenology
 
Academic Honors:
04/2011 Distinguished young scholar, Zhejiang University

 
Selected Publications:
1. Book: In Kulturen verstrickt: Phänomenologie der Kultur und Interkulturalität bei Edmund Husserl und Heinrich Rombach, Wuerzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, July 2011
2. Book translated: Heinrich Rombach: Die Welt als lebendige Struktur (Shanghai Shudian Publishing House, 2009)
3. Papers:
“Eine Vertiefte Interpretation des Konfuzianistischen Begriffs “Ren” im Horizont Der Strukturphänomenologie“, in: Cultura. International Journal of Philosophy of Culture and Axiology (A&HCI), Juni 2010, vol. VII, no. 1/2010, S.54-69
“Struktur als eine Phänomenologie: Die historischen und kulturellen Bedeutungen der Heinrich Rombachschen Strukturphänomenologie“, in: Prolegomena (A&HCI)Dec. 2010, Issue Vol.9, no.2/2010, S.295-318
“The World Uninterpretable“, in: Zhejiang Academic Journal (CSSCI), Dec. 2010, pp.17-24
“The Concept of Ontology in Husserl’s Phenomenology”, in: Beida Journal of Philosophy (CSSCI), No.2, 2010, pp.161-176

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Research work

Modern European Philosophy, Phenomenology, Intercultural Philosophy