Location: Home» People» Faculty» Section of Chinese Philosophy

Section of Chinese Philosophy

  • Zhongjiang WANG
  • Professor
  • Office:Lee Shau Kee Humanities Buildings (李兆基人文学苑) No. 3, Room 113
  • Email: wzhjhd@sina.com
  • Education: PhD, Peking University, 1989
  • Areas of Research:Early Taoist philosophy ,Confusion philosophy,excavated texts and Modern Chinese philosophy.

Wang Zhongjiang is currently a professor of philosophy at Peking University, a doctoral tutor, and a professor of education at Jiang Scholar. I am also a researcher at the Center for Rule of Law and Jurisprudence at Tsinghua University, a researcher at the Institute of Modern and Contemporary Chinese Culture and Culture at East China Normal University, and an international scholar at China University of Political Science and Law. Professor of the College, President of the Chinese Confucius Institute, President of the Huaxia Laozi Studies Research Association, former Research Fellow of the Institute of History of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Professor of the Department of Philosophy of Tsinghua University. Published 20 books; published more than 180 academic monographs.

Selected Publications

Zhongjiang Wang: Dao and the Spontaneouseness of Things:A study on the Meaning of Laozi's “Dao Emulates What Is Spontaneously So”, Philosophical Researches, 2010.
Zhongjiang Wang: The Concept of Ultimate Origin and Its Genealogy:An Exploration of Heng in the Hengxian Text of the Shanghai Museum Bamboo Manuscripts, Philosophical Researches, 2016.
Zhongjiang Wang: The Unfolding and Form of Thinking about Oneness in Early Daoism, Philosophical Researches, 2017.
Zhongjiang Wang: The Change of “Governance” in Early Taoism(Part One)(Part Two), Philosophical Researches, 2016.
Zhongjiang Wang: “Social Role” Awareness of Early Confucianism, National Studies Journal, 2009.