Prior to joining the University of Macau as Postdoctoral Fellow of Philosophy and Religious Studies in 2019, Tang had been an assistant lecturer at CUHK, where he earned his PhD. He had taught in several Hong Kong and Macau Universities. Tang’s main research interests lie in Philosophy of Memory and Forgetting, Comparative Philosophy and Continental Philosophy, especially Phenomenology and Hermeneutics. He has published more than ten articles on phenomenology, hermeneutics, philosophy of forgiveness, Chinese philosophy in a number of philosophy journals and anthologies. Recently, comparative philosophy constitutes his main research interest.
PhD The Chinese University of Hong Kong
M.Phil. The Chinese University of Hong Kong
B.A. The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Contemporary Continental Philosophy, esp. Phenomenology and Hermeneutics
Philosophy of Memory and Forgetting
Chinese Philosophy esp. Daoism and Confucianism
Courses Regularly Taught
Memory and Forgetting; Philosophy of Love; Applied Ethics; Logic and Critical Thinking; The History of Western Philosophy: Ancient Greek Philosophy; Metaphysics; Epistemology; Principle of Philosophy; Marion’s God without Being; Philosophy of Painting; Contemporary French Philosophy
“The Double Intentionality of Forgiveness: A Non-Reductive Account of Forgiveness in Ricoeur and Confucius” in The Philosophy of Forgiveness 1, ed., by Court Lewis, Delaware: Vernon Press, 2016: 201-222.