KWOK, Sai Hang

2017-2019 CLASS Postdoctoral Fellow, Nanyang Technological University

2015-2016 International Scholar, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

  1. CLASS Seminar/Conference Fund, NTU, 2018.
  2. CLASS Postdoctoral Fellowship, NTU, 2017.
  3. Overseas Research Award, HKUST, 2015.
  4. School of Humanities and Social Science Dean’s Award, HKUST, 2011.
  5. Wong Wai Chung Prize for Undergraduate Humanities, HKUST, 2009.

2019       “The Absence of Phenomenology in Early 20th Century Chinese Philosophy: A Philosophical Interpretation.”20th Century East Asian Philosophies: Intercultural Entanglements and Original Contributions, Brussels [Forthcoming]

2018       “Emptying the Body: The Space of Harmonization in Daoism.” International Workshop on Conceptions of Harmony in Chinese Thought, Singapore.

2018       “Sign and Hyle: Re-reading Derrida’s Critique of Husserl through the Bernau Manuscripts.” 23rd Annual Meeting on Chinese Phenomenology 第二十三屆中國現象學年會, Nanjing.

2018       “The Problem of Genesis in Derrida and Daoism.” World Congress of Philosophy, Beijing

2018       “Reconstructing the Textual Hermeneutics in Confucianism: Using the Image of Shun as a Paradigm.” Interpreting Chinese Philosophical Texts—Theories, Case Studies and Praxis, Taichung.

2018       “Complexity of the Present: the constitution of time consciousness in Husserl’s phenomenology.” Complexity of Time Conference, Singapore

2017       “Zhuangzi and the Logicians: Two Perspectives on the Difference between ‘zhi 指’ and ‘wu 物’”, International Society for Chinese Philosophy Conference, Singapore.

  1. Kwok, Sai Hang. “Sign and Hyle: Re-reading Derrida’s Critique of Husserl through the Bernau Manuscripts.” Journal of British Society for Phenomenology 50, no. 3(2019): 234-248. Doi: 10.1080/00071773.2019.1578027.
  2. Kwok, Sai Hang. “Zhuangzi’s Philosophy of Thing”. Asian Philosophy 26, no. 4(2016): 294–310. Doi: 10.1080/09552367.2016.1244883.
  3. Kwok, Sai Hang. “Tianming and the Other: Rethinking the Source of Responsibility in the Zhong Yong and Emmanuel Levinas,” Frontiers of Philosophy in China 11, no. 3(2016): 501–520. Doi: 10.3868/s030-005-016-0036-0
  4. Kwok, Sai Hang. Review of Yige Dengdai yu Wuyong de Minzhu: Zhuangzi yu Haidege’er de dier ci zhuanxiang 一個等待與無用的民族:莊子與海德格爾的第二次轉向 [A Waiting and Useless People: Zhuangzi and the Second Turn of Heidegger]. By Xia Kejun. Frontiers of Philosophy in China. Frontiers of Philosophy in China 13, no.4(2018): 688‒692. Doi: 10.3868/s030-007-018-0051-7
  5. Kwok, Sai Hang. Review of Fundamentals of Comparative and Intercultural Philosophy. By Lin Ma and Jaap van Brakel. Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy 17, no. 3(2018): 439–443. Doi: 10.1007/s11712-018-9623-9
  6. Kwok, Sai Hang. Review of Shijian yu Cunzai: Husaier yu Haidege’er Xianxiang Xue de Jiben Wenti 時間與存在:胡塞爾與海德格爾現象學的基本問題 [Time and Being: Basic Questions of Husserl’s and Heidegger’s Phenomenologies]. By Fang Xianghong. Frontiers of Philosophy in China 11, no. 4(2016): 698‒704. Doi: 10.3868/s030-005-016-0047-4
  7. Kwok, Sai Hang & Eric Nelson. Review of An Introduction to Daoist Philosophies. By Steve Coutinho. The Journal of Asian Studies 74, no. 4(2015): 1013–1014.