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Here are some of my selected presentations in academic conferences. Feel free to contact me if you are interested in the working papers.

 

7/2019           “The Division of Educational Labour between Political Liberalism and Confucian Education”, in the 1st Oxford Symposium in Comparative Political Philosophy, held in the Blavantik School of Government, University of Oxford

 

10/2018        “Confucianism and Neutrality: On why Confucianism should embrace a principle of liberal neutrality,” in the 16th Annual Meeting of the Association for Political Theory, held in Bryn Mawr and Haverford College, United States.

 

8/2018        “Public Reason as an Identifiable Signal,” in ECPR (European Consortium of Political Research) General Conference, held in Hamburg, Germany

 

4/2018         “Confucianism and Neutrality”, in Singapore-Hong Kong-Macau Symposium on Chinese Philosophy, held in the Hong Kong Baptist University

 

9/2017         “A non-sectarian comprehensive Confucianism — On Kim public reason Confucianism” in MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory, 13th Annual Conference, held in The University of Manchester, U. K.

 

4/2017         “Coercion, collective political power and public justification-In defence of the coercion account as the ground of public justification” in Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) 75th Annual Conference, held in Chicago

 

1/2016         “Should a Rawlsian state coerce Nozick?” in the Workshop Religion and Public Justification, held in UCL, U.K.

 

5/2014         “The Rawlsian internal conception of Political Liberalism: A stable social contract?” in Social Contract Theories: Past, Present, and Future, held in The University of Lisbon, Portugal.

 

9/2013         “Is Rawls really a Kantian contractarian?” in MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory, 10th Annual Conference, held in The University of Manchester, U. K. This paper was presented in two panels “Pluralism, Politics and Practical Reason” and “Politics and Happiness”.

 

9/2011        “Reconstructing a Confucian Perspective on Global Distributive Justice: A Contractarian approach” in American Political Science Association (APSA) 2011 Annual Meeting, held in Seattle, Washington

 

5/2011         “Liberal Individual Revisited” in the Rational Choice Contractarianism—25 years after Morals by Agreement, held in York University, Toronto

 

9/2010         “Justification of Mutual Respect in Contractualism: a critique and a suggestion,” in the 8th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy held in Pavia, Italy. This paper was selected as one of the best papers in the conference and a bursary was granted for this presentation.

 

3/2010         “Irrationality of the reasonable principle—A critical study of the contractualist theory of political obligation” in the Political Studies Association (PSA) Graduate Conference held in Edinburgh. The paper was shortlisted for the PSA 60th Anniversary Best Paper Award.