徐英瑾
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个人简介:

徐英瑾,20046月于复旦大学哲学系获得哲学博士学位。现为复旦大学哲学学院教授,曾在意大利与美国各自进修一年(在美国是以Templeton Fellow的身份在圣母大学哲学系进行了一年的博士后研究)。他在这五年中(以及稍早的一些时候)累计获得两次上海市哲学社会科学优秀成果奖(一、二、三等奖各一次),以及2次全国高等院校优秀人文社会科学成果奖(二等奖,2009,二等奖,2015)。在2009年他被上海市市委宣传部下属的东方学社评为“上海十大社科新人”,这是当年上海哲学界唯一入选者。同时,他至今依然是上海哲学界目前唯一的全国优秀博士论文的获得者(2006年获奖)。获奖的论文《维特根斯坦哲学转型期中的“现象学”之谜》(2006年复旦大学出版社出版,28万字)是汉语哲学界第一部(至今也是唯一一部)专门讨论维特根斯坦从其早期立场转向晚期立场之转型过程的专著。代表作《心智、语言和机器——维特根斯坦哲学与人工智能哲学的对话》(76万字,人民出版社201310月出版)是国内目前最全面深入的关于人工智能哲学的研究著作。目前徐英瑾还任中国知识论专业委员会副秘书长。

 

学习经历

1996年入复旦大学哲学系代管的文科基地班

1999年免试进入复旦大学哲学系外国专业就读哲学硕士学位,导师俞吾金。

2002年免试进入复旦大学哲学系外国专业就读哲学博士学位,导师俞吾金。

2004年获得哲学博士学位。

 

工作经历

20046月进入复旦大学哲学系工作,职称为讲师。

2007年晋升为副教授。

2013年晋升为正教授。

 

研究领域


主要研究领域

人工智能哲学 认知科学哲学维特根斯坦哲学英美认识论京都学派哲学

近期研究重点

基于信息技术哲学的认识论研究(教育部国家重大社科课题)

 

科研成果及代表作

著作:

《心智、语言和机器——维特根斯坦哲学和人工智能科学的对话》(论著,76万字),徐英瑾独著

人民出版社201310月版,461

《演化、设计、心灵与道德——新达尔文主义哲学基础探微》(论著,30万字)

徐英瑾独著

复旦大学出版社,289

 

论文:

The frame problem, the relevance problem, and a package solution to both, , Yingjin Xu and Pei Wang (徐英瑾与王培,前者为第一作者)

Synthese, Volume 187, Issue 1 Supplement, pp 43-72

The troublesome explanandum in Plantinga’s argument against naturalism,

Yingjin Xu (徐英瑾,唯一作者)

International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 69(1):1-15.

The gap between Rorty’s ironism and solidarity: a reassessment from a Wittgensteinian perspective,

Yingjin Xu (徐英瑾,唯一作者)

Philosophical Forum 42(2): 147-166

What can Artificial Intelligence learn from Wittgenstein’s On Certainty,

Yingjin Xu (徐英瑾,唯一作者)

Frontiers of Philosphy in China, Vol.9, Number 3, 2014, pp.441-462

What does Fodor’s “Anti-Darwinism” mean to Natural Theology?

Yingjin Xu (徐英瑾,唯一作者)

Frontiers of Philosphy in China, Vol.6, Number 3, 2011, pp.465-479

《一个维特根斯坦主义者眼中的框架问题》,徐英瑾,唯一作者

《逻辑学研究》2011年第二期,页93-137

《对于感受质不可言说性的一种自然主义解释》,徐英瑾,唯一作者

《自然辩证法通讯》,2015年第八期,页21-29

《语境建模三大进路之哲学预设探微》,

徐英瑾,唯一作者

《上海交通大学学报哲社版》2015年第二期

《维特根斯坦哲学视野中的九鬼周造的美学建树》,徐英瑾,唯一作者

  

《复旦学报(哲社版)》第三期页47-57

《西田几多郎的场所逻辑及其政治意蕴

—— 一种基于认知语言学的解读》,

徐英瑾,唯一作者

《学术月刊》,2015第八期,页32-43

《儒家政治理想之新唯物主义重估》,

徐英瑾,唯一作者

探索与争鸣》2015年第三期,页40-44

  

《原型论对家族相似论的形式化方案刍议》,徐英瑾

  

《中国高校社会科学》,2015年第四期,页82-97

《从演化论的角度为合取谬误祛魅》,徐英瑾,唯一作者

《复旦学报(人文社科版)》,2014第二期,页110-118

《人工智能科学在十七、十八世纪欧洲哲学中的观念起源》,徐英瑾,唯一作者

《复旦学报(人文社科版)》,2011第一期,页78-90

《杜威的演化论式的知识论图景——一种理性的重构与辩护》,徐英瑾,唯一作者

  

《学术月刊》,2012第四期,页55-64

《丹尼特的异类现象学”——新实用主义中的一个被忽略的环节》,徐英瑾,唯一作者

《世界哲学》,2012年第五期,页131-140

《历史唯物主义何以是一种唯物主义——一种基于随附式物理主义的回答》,徐英瑾,唯一作者

《学术月刊》2014年第九期,页18-28

《克里普克教授哲学访谈录》,徐英瑾,唯一作者

《世界哲学》2014年第九期,页18-28

《演化心理学对‘1844年经济学-哲学手稿异化观的祛魅, 徐英瑾,唯一作者

《学术月刊》20136月页54-63

《对万物之内在价值的一个哲学辩护》,《复旦学报(人文社科版)》,

徐英瑾与[]司格特·戴维森,前者为第一作者

2013第一期,页78-90

XU. Ying-Jin (2012). Plantinga’s evolutionary argument against naturalism revisited,唯一作者

Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Volume 5, No.1,pp. 95-114.

XU. Ying-Jin (2013). A Meta-Ethical Defense for the Intrinsic Value of Everything,徐英瑾,唯一作者

Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 2013, volume 6, number 1, pp.161-168.

对于派利夏恩的视觉索引论的哲学批判》,徐英瑾,唯一作者

《哲学门》第27辑,20137月号。

《自然选择学说:科学法则?伪装的神学?历史叙事?——评杰瑞·佛笃对于达尔文主义的哲学批判》,徐英瑾,唯一作者

《哲学门》2010年第一期

《维特根斯坦的感知语义连续论和机器视觉研究》,徐英瑾,唯一作者,唯一作者

《哲学分析》2012年第四期

《规范伦理学何以成为经验上可信赖的”?——对森舸澜先生的回应》,徐英瑾,唯一作者

《中国哲学与文化:第十辑》(漓江出版社),20129月出版。

当代哲学经典:西方哲学卷(上下卷)》,俞吾金与徐英瑾合编,后者为第二主编

北京师范大学出版社,20141月出版。

超越分析哲学》,原著王浩,徐英瑾独译,40万字

浙江大学出版社20109月出版

让智能系统升级为伦理主体》,徐英瑾,唯一作者

《文汇报》2015417

 

主要讲授课程


心灵哲学 语言哲学专业英语

 

荣誉称号及所获奖励


2006年全国优秀博士论文奖

2009年上海社科新人奖

2015年高等学校社科著作二等奖

2015年获得中国首届科史哲青年著作奖”“(清华大学科学技术与社会研究中心与科史哲奖基金会理事会颁布)

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Xu Yingjin

 

Contact Information

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Email:yjxu@fudan.edu.cn

 

Personal:

XU Yingjin (英瑾) earned his Ph.D. on western philosophy from the philosophy department of Fudan University in 2004. He is the only winner from Shanghai who won the  National Excellent Doctoral Dissertation Reward in P.R. China (2006). The title of his doctoral dissertation is The Puzzles of Wittgensteins Phenomenology in the Process of his Philosophical Transition (Fudan University Press, 2006). It is the only Chinese-written book systematically addressing the philosophical transformation of Wittgenstein from his early stage to his later one. He had conducted postdoctoral research on the analytical approach to philosophy of religion at University of Notre Dame in U.S. for one year (2007-2008), and studied in Italy as a visiting student for another year (2002-2003). He is currently the professor of school of philosophy, Fudan University. He main philosophical interests include philosophy of cognitive science (philosophy of AI in particular), philosophy of language, metaphysics, as well as epistemology. He is also very interested in the comparative studies between contemporary Japanese philosophy and Anglophone philosophy. Nishida Kitaro, Kuki Shuzo, Omori Shuzo and Watsuji Tetsuro are among those Japanese philosophers who are being studied by him.  Now he is conducting an online course (Understanding Japanese Philosophy) on the platform of Futurelearn, and that course will open in the early summer of 2016. His most recent representative book is Mind, Language and Machine: The Dialogue between Artificial Intelligence and Wittgenstein (Renmin Press, 2013), which is the most comprehensively elaborated book on philosophy of AI in the Chinese-speaking world. He also published papers in English on western philosophical journals like Synthese, Philosophical Forum, and The International Journal for Philosophy of Religion. He is the now the leading expert who is responsible for a National Research project on the relationship between information science and epistemology (Grant No. 15ZDB020). 

Education:

Feb. 2002-June. 2004philosophy department, Fudan University, PHD,

Thesis topic: The Puzzles of Wittgenstein’s “Phenomenology” during his Philosophical Transition

Sept. 1999-Feb. 2002 philosophy department, Fudan University, Master,

Thesis topic: Wittgenstein’s Notion of “Object” in his Early Philosophy

Feb. 1996—June. 1999 philosophy department, Fudan University, Bachelor

Teaching:

Dec. 2013 – Now Professor, School of Philosophy, Fudan University

Sept. 2007–Dec. 2013 Associate Professor, School of Philosophy, Fudan University

Dec. 2004–Sept. 2007 Assistant Professor, School of Philosophy,Fudan University

  

Research Interests: Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence, Philosophy of Cognitive Science, Philosophy of Wittgenstein, Anglo-American Epistemology, contemporary Japanese philosophy

Recent Research Focus:

Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence and relevant linguistic and epistemological issues

 

Publications

Books:

Books published in Chinese:

  1. Yingjin Xu ( 2013):Mind, Language and Machine: The Dialogue between Artificial Intelligence and Wittgenstein, Renmin Press, Beijing. Circa 700 pages.

  2. Yingjin Xu (2013): Evolution, Design, Mind and Morality: The Philosophical Foundation of Neo-Darwinism, Fudan University Press, Shanghai. Circa 300 pages.

  3. Yingjin Xu (2005): The Puzzles of Wittgenstein’s Phenomenology in the Process of his Philosophical Transition,Fudan University Press, Shanghai. Circa 300 pages.

Book Chapters in Chinese:

1.Yingjin Xu (co-authored with Qingxiong Zhang and Lindong Zhou, 2005) Anglo-American Philosophy of the 20th Century,People’s Press, Peking, Yingjin Xu is the author of five chapters: Dewey, Putnam, Davidson, Rorty and Dummett. Circa 150 pages.

2.Yingjin Xu (co-authored with Wujin Yu, 2009): German Classical Philosophy, People’s Press, Peking. Yingjin Xu is the author of two chapters: “The Development of Yong Hegel’s Thought until 1807”and “Hegel’s Mature System and Its Historical Consequences”. Circa 250 pages.

  

Translations:

1.Hao Wang: Beyond the Analytical philosophy originally published by the MIT Press, 1988,Zhejiang University Press, 2011.

2.J. R. Searle: Mind, An Introductionoriginally published by the Oxford University Press, 2005, Shanghai People’s Press, 2008.

Academic Papers:

Articles published in English:

1.Yingjin Xu (2013) book review: On the Intrinsic Value of Everything, Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Volume 6, No.1,pp.161-168.

2.Yingjin Xu Pei Wang (2012). The frame problem, the relevance problem, and a package solution to bothSynthese: Volume 187s, Issue 1 (2012), Page 43-72

3.Yingjin Xu (2012). Plantinga’s evolutionary argument against naturalism revisited, Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Volume 5, No.1, pp. 95-114.

4.Yingjin Xu (2011). The Gap Between Rorty's “Ironism” and “Solidarity”—a Reassessment From a Wittgensteinian Perspective.Philosophical Forum 42 (2):147-166.

5.Yingjin Xu (2011). What Does Fodor's “Anti-Darwinism” Mean to Natural Theology?Frontiers of Philosophy in China 6 (3):465-479.

6.Yingjin Xu (2011). The Troublesome Explanandum in Plantinga's Argument Against Naturalism.International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 69 (1):1-15.

7.XU. Ying-Jin (2008). The Logic of the Chinese Room Argument Revisited, Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 2008, volume 4, number 4.

Articles published in Chinese:

  1. Yingjin Xu  Scott Davison (2013): A Philosophical Defense for the Intrinsic Values of Everything, Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 55(1): pp. 40-47.

2. Yingjin Xu (2013):Interview with Saul Kripke, World Philosophy, 2013(1): 142-147.

3. Yingjin Xu (2012): The Reconstruction and Justification of Dewey’s Evolutionary Approach to Epistemology, Academic Monthly, 2012(4): pp. 55-64.

4. Yingjin Xu (2012): In What sense can Normative Ethics be “Empirically Reliable”?—A response to Edward Slingerland, The Journal of Chinese Philosophy and Culture, No. 10: pp.351-354.

5. Yingjin Xu (2012): How to Build up a Computer which can Really Understand Chinese?—a “Six-Writings” Theory-inspired Model of Processing Chinese Characters and other Expressions, Studies in Logic, Vol. 5(2): 1-49.

6. Yingjin Xu (2012): Machine Vision and Wittgenstein’s View on the “sensation-content” relationship, Philosophical Analysis, Vol. 3 (4): pp. 133-147.

7. Yingjin Xu (2011) “The Frame Problem from a Wittgensteinian Point of View”, Studies in Logic, Volume 4, Number 2, pp. 93-136.

8.Yingjin Xu (2010): The Theory of Natural Selection: Scientific Laws, Disguised Theology, or Historical Narratives?—Some Remarks on Jerry Fodor’s Anti-DarwinismBaida Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 11. No. 1, pp. 269-296.

9.Yingjin Xu (2009): Tractatus on Probability and Induction: A Tentative Reconstruction, Studies in Logic, Volume 2, Number 3, pp. 61-75.

Courses: Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Language, Metaphysics, Academic English on Philosophy

 

Honors:

2006 National Excellent Doctoral Dissertation

2009 Ten Outstanding Young Scholars on Social Science in Shanghai

2015 National Prize for Works on Humanities and Social Science, second prize.