师资队伍
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姓名: 马博
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b.meinertsen@tongji.edu.cn.

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助理教授

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I’m an analytic philosopher based in Shanghai as a philosopher since 2013. I received my first degree in philosophy and psychology at the University of Copenhagen. After that, I went to the UK where, following an MPhil in philosophy at the University of Cambridge, I did my PhD at the University of Leeds under the supervision of Prof. Peter Simons.

I have taught philosophy (including medical ethics) for a number of years at several universities in the UK: Leeds, Sheffield and Oxford. At Tongji, I teach a graduate course on philosophical psychology, and I have taught for my colleagues Assc. Prof. Zhao Qianfan (analytic metaphysics) and Prof. Wang Jing (analytic philosophy of language).

My area of specialisation, as well as the general topic of my doctoral dissertation, is metaphysics and ontology in the analytic tradition, and my main current research falls within this and related areas. However, I also have research interests in other parts of philosophy, esp. environmental ethics, informal logic and philosophical psychology.

研究领域(方向):

● Metaphysics of States of Affairs (book under contract with Springer).

● ‘On the Relation of Determination’ (article)

● ‘Gratitude and Reprocity’ (article)

主要论文:

201+ ‘A Note on Aristotle and Beliefs about the Future’, forthcoming in Cultural Heritage and

Contemporary Change, Series IIIA, East Asian Philosophical Studies. San Antonio: Council for Research in Values and Philosophy.

2016 ‘Toward Gratitude to Nature: Global Environmental Ethics for China and the World’, forthcoming in Frontiers of Philosophy in China.

2016 ‘A Method for Evaluation of Arguments from Analogy’, forthcoming in Cogency: Journal of

Reasoning and Argumentation.

2011 ‘Distinguishing Internal, External and Grounded Relations’, Grazer

Philosophische Studien 83, 113-22.

2008 ‘A Relation as the Unifier of States of Affairs’, dialectica 62, 1-19.

2000 ‘Events, Facts and Causation’, in J. Faye, U. Scheffler, and M. Urchs (eds.) Things, Facts and Events (Poznan Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities, vol. 76), Amsterdam: Rodopi, 145-81.