LEE, Ting-mien

2017-2018       Research Fellow, Department of Philosophy (Zhuhai), Sun Yat-sen University

2016-2017       Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Tunghai University

Carine Defoort & Ting-mien Lee (2022). The Many Lives of Yang Zhu: A Historical Overview: 47-77. New York: SUNY. https://sunypress.edu/Books/T/The-Many-Lives-of-Yang-Zhu

Journal Articles & Book Chapters

Ting-mien Lee (2023), “Interstate Relational Ethics: Mengzi and Later Mohists in Dialogue.” Religions 14(5): https://doi.org/10.3390/rel14050659

Ting-mien Lee (2022), “Can Confucianism Morally Justify the Just Hierarchies? Mohismt as An Alternative Solution.” Book Symposium on Danial A. Bell and Wang Pei’s Just Hierarchy: Why Social Hierarchy Matters in China and the Rest of the World, edited by Demin Duan (Peking University), Renren Chen (Huhan University), and Luís Cordeiro-Rodrigues (Hunan University). A special Issues of the journal of Ethical Perspectives vol. 29, Issue 4, pp. 439-453.

Ting-mien Lee (2022), “State Ideology and Propaganda with Chinese Characteristics: The Hidden Struggle between Confucianism and Marxism in Contemporary China.” Kritike: An Online Journal of Philosophy 16(2): pp. 54-75.

Luís Cordeiro-Rodrigues & Ting-mien Lee (2022), “The Morality of Vengeance: Confucianism and Tutuism in Dialogue.” Philosophical Forum, Vol.53, Issue 1, pp. 11-29.

Ting-mien Lee (2022), “Yang Zhu and Mozi as Critics of Unification Warfare.” The Many Lives of Yang Zhu: A Historical Overview (New York: SUNY): 47-77.

Ting-mien Lee (2021), “Academic Discourse of Chinese Philosophy and 21st Century China Studies — the Case of Confucian Views on War of Revenge.” Kritike: An Online Journal of Philosophy 15(3), pp. 64-80.

Ting-mien Lee (2021), “A Preliminary Overview of Kang Youwei Studies in China Today.” Oriens Extremus 58: pp. 175-190.

Ting-mien Lee (2020), “Ideological Orthodoxy, State Doctrine or Art of Governance? The ‘Victory of Confucianism’ Revisited in Contemporary Chinese Scholarship.” Contemporary Chinese Thought 51(2): 79-95.

Ting-mien Lee (2020), “The Role of Mohism in Kang Youwei’s Arguments for His New-Text Theory of Confucianism.” Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11712-020-09737-w

Ting-mien Lee (2020), “‘Ru-Mo’ and ‘Kong-Mo’ in Late Imperial Confucian Controversy.” Oriens Extremus 57, pp. 315-340.

Ting-mien Lee (2017), “‘Benevolence-Righteousness’ as Strategic Terminology: Reading Mengzi’s ‘Ren-Yi’ through Strategic Manuals,” Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy, Vol. 16, issue 1, pp.15-34.

Ting-mien Lee (2017), “Mozi as a Daoist Sage: An Intertextual Analysis of the “Gongshu” Anecdote,” in Paul van Els & Sarah Queen eds., Between History and Philosophy: Anecdotes in Early China, pp. 93-112. New York: SUNY press.

Ting-mien Lee (2016), “Does Classical Chinese Philosophy Reveal Alternative Rationalities?” in Hung, Tzu-Wei & Lane, Timothy Joseph eds., Rationality: Constraints and Contexts, pp. 195-211. Elsevier.

Ting-mien Lee (2014), “When ‘Ru-Mo’ may not be ‘Confucians and Mohists’ — The Meaning of ‘Ru-Mo’ and Early Intellectual Taxonomy,” Oriens Extremus, 53, pp. 111-138.

Edited Journal Issue

Ting-mien Lee (2020), Triumph of Confucianism, Special Issue of Contemporary Chinese Thought 51(2).