Sun Xiangchen
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Curriculum Vitae



Sun Xiang-chen, Doctor of Philosophy, is a professor and the dean of the School of Philosophy, Fudan University, whose main fields of research are western modernPhilosophy, enlightenment Philosophy, political Philosophy, Jewish and Christian Philosophy, Phenomenology, French Philosophy, and comparative Philosophy. He has been successively a visiting scholar in the Department of Philosophy of Peking University, Regent College in Canada, Yale University in the USA, the Institute of Chinese Christian Culture Research in Hong Kong, the University of Birmingham in UK, the School of Philosophy in the University of Munich in Germany, the University of Chicago in the USA, and Taiwan University.


Main Academic Titles:

a standing director of the Society of Foreign Philosophy of China, a director of the Institute of Religion of China, a vice President of Shanghai Comparative Studies of Chinese and Western Philosophy, a vice President of the Professional Committee of French Philosophy of the Society of Modern Foreign Philosophy of China, and an editor of academic journals.





Metaphysics in the 17th Century (coauthor), People's Publishing House, 2006Political Philosophy and Theology in Chinese (co-author), Hong Kong Daofeng Boolstore Press, 2007

In face of Others: a study on Levinas’ Philosophy (Shanghai Sanlian Bookstore Press, 2008);



Whether God Exists? ( by Hans Kung), Hong Kong Daofeng Boolstore Press, 2003

Psychoanalysis and Religion ( by Frome), Shanghai People's Publishing House, 2006


He has published over eighty papers in such magazines Philosophical Researches, Academic Monthly, Daofeng, Journal of Chinese Philosophy, as are at home and abroad;



ltitled with “Outstanding Young Teacher in Shanghai”, “Scholar of Dawn,New Century Talent of the Ministry of Education

lwon second and third place of the Outstanding Achievements of Philosophy and Social Sciences in Shanghai, and a number of Teaching Achievements Awards of the country or of Shanghai


Courses opened:

a history of Western Philosophy(I,II), a history of modern Western Philosophy and German classical Philosophy, Hegel's Logic, selected readings modern philosophical works, Western political Philosophy.

courses for postgraduates: political Philosophy, Enlightenment Philosophy, modern Western Philosophy and German classical Philosophy.