Kuan-yen Liu

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A full-time lecturer in the School of Humanities and Social Science at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Dr. Kuan-yen Liu (PhD, 2016) teaches “In Dialogue with Nature,” a university core-curriculum course pertaining to the history and philosophy of Western and Chinese science. His most recent scholarly work and academic presentation deal with the interaction of Darwinism with ancient Chinese philosophy (not least Pre-Qin thoughts) in late-19th-and-early-20th-century Chinese political culture as well as the rethinking of evolutionism in contemporary Chinese science fiction. In addition, he has been serving as the faculty mentor of the South-Dew Club for Chinese Calligraphy at CUHK (SZ) and has been discussing the dialogue of Chinese calligraphy with a variety of other art forms, like painting, choreography, architecture, popular music, fashion design and installation art. Dr. Liu's research interests center on Victorian literature, philosophy of science, philosophy of the mind, Chinese literature and philosophy.

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