Name: Paul D'Ambrosio
Position: PhD Student
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- B.A. (Merrimack College) Philosophy, 2006
- M.A. (Brock University) Philosophy, 2007
- PhD (NUI Cork) Philosophy, ABD
Chinese Philosophy, Comparative Philosophy, Ethics, Continental Philosophy, Existentialism
English, Chinese (Modern and Classical)
- “The Role of a Pretending Tree: Hermits, Social Constructs and ‘Self’ in the Zhuangzi” in Identity in Eastern and Western Philosophies. Edited by Jason Dockstader, Hans-Georg Moeller, and Günter Wohlfart. Nordhausen: Bautz. 2011 (Forthcoming)
- "Footprints in the Water: Assessment in the Zhuangzi” in Traces of Humanism in China: Tradition and Modernity Edited by Carmen Meinet. Bielefeld: Transcript. 2010. 63-81
- “From Foolish Laughter to Foolish Laughter: Zhuangzi’s Perspectivism Leas to Laughter.” in Laughter in Eastern and Western Philosophies. Edited by Hans-Georg Moeller and Günter Wohlfart. Freiburg, Munich: Karl Alber, 2010. 49-59.
- “Book Review: Virtue, Nature, and Moral Agency in the Xunzi, Edited by T.C. Kline III and Philip J. Ivanhoe.” Opus Dei Journal of Chinese Philosophy. Berlin: Opus Dei, 2008.
- (With Hans-Georg Moeller) “Book Review: Ziporyn, Brook. The Penumbra Unbound: The Neo-Taoist Philosophy of Guo-Xiang.” Dao: Journal of Chinese Philosophy, December 2007. 137-40
- “Students Feed Monkeys for Education: Using the Zhuangzi to Communicate in a Contemporary System of Education,” Kritike: An Online Journal of Philosophy, December 2007
- “The Universe is a Finger, All Things are a Horse: A Daoist Critique of the Primacy of Aristotle’s Principle of Non-Contradiction,” SUNY Oneonta Philosophy Journal, 2006