NI Liangkang
1956: born in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province and went down to the countryside after abitur
1976: majored in German at Department of Foreign Languages, Nanjing University
1980: graduated and worked as TA at Department of Philosophy, Nanjing University
1982: made a research on modern western philosophy under the supervision of Prof. XIA Jisong and at the same time directed by Mr. 
            I. Kern, a Swiss phenomenologist
1985: Master’s Degree of Nanjing University1985: went to Federal Republic of Germany in October and made a reseach on E.
           Husserl’s phenomenology and modern European philosophy at Department of Philosophy in Freiburg University under the 
           supervision of Prof. B. Rang and successively won Scholarship of Husserl Achive Louvain University Belgium and of Friedrich
           Naumann Stiftung Federal Republic of Germany during this period
1990: degree Dr. phil. of Freiburg University. Doctoral dissertation is entitled “The Problems of Faith of Being in Husserl’s  
           Phenomenology”. After that he made a post-doctoral research on “University Education and International Development” in
           University of Kassel, Federal Republic of Germany
1991: finished the study in Federal Republic of Germany in March and came back to Department of Philosophy in Nanjing University 
           in April, working as a lecturer. One year after as tutor of postgraduates and associate professor
1994: transferred to Southeast University and worked in Center of Research and Communication of Chinese and Western Culture
1995-1997: acquired a scholarship of Humboldt-Stiftung, Germany and made a guest research on “A General Interpretation of
           Husserl’s Phenomenological Concepts” in Wuppertal University, Germany under the supervision of Prof. K. Held and of Prof. I. 
           Kern from Department of Philosophy, Berne University, Switzerland
1988: came back to China and transferred to Department of Philosophy, Nanjing University and successively promoted to be
           professorship and doctoral mentorship
2002:transferred to Department of Philosophy, Sun Yat-sen University in January and worked as a professor and a doctoral mentor
2007: since this year employed as a distinguished professor supported by Chang Jiang Scholars Program initiated by Ministry of
           Education
Present: Dean of Faculty of Humanities, Sun Yat-sen University, Director of Archive of the Introduction of the Western Learning to 
           China, Sun Yat-sen University, Director of Institute of Phenomenology, Sun Yat-sen University, the person in charge for the
           western philosophy discipline at Department of Philosophy, editorial committee member of international journal Husserl
           Studies
, of international series of books Orbis Phaenomenologicus, and editorial committee member of domestic journals  
           such as Chinese Academics, Review of Chinese Phenomenology and Philosophy, Research of the Introduction of the Western
           Learning to China
. From 2000 on successively acts as a part-time professor or a guest professor at the department of 
           philosophy in Peking University, Zhejiang University, Wuhan University and National Chengchi University in Taiwan.

His research focuses on western philosophy, especially on modern philosophy and the phenomenological tradition in it. These years his research area has been somewhat expanded and involves each of the most central investigational traditions and fields of consciousness philosophy (incl. philosohy of mind, philosohy of Xin <心>, Yogacara, psychological philosophy, theory of Xin <心> and Xing <性>) in the history of Chinese and western thoughts.
 
Major Publications:
 Major Monographs
Phenomenology and Its Effect: Husserl and Contemporary German Philosophy (Beijing: Sanlian Press, 1st edition in 1994, 2nd edition in 2005);
Seinsglaube in der Phaenomenologie Edmund Husserl (Den Haag: Kluwer Academic Publishers,1999);
    A General Interpretation of Husserl’s Phenomenological Concepts (Beijing: Sanlian Press, 1st edition in 1999, 2nd edition in 
       2007);
   Self-consciousness and Reflexion: The Basic Problems in Modern Western Philosophy (Beijing: Commercial Press, 1st edition in 
       2002, 2nd edition in 2006);
    Primordium of Phenomenology: Understanding and Thinking of Husserl’s Logical Investigations (Guangzhou: Guangdong
       People’s Press, 1st edition in 2004; Beijing: Press of Renmin Universtiy of China, 2nd edition in 2009);
    New Translation of the Song on the Rules of the Eighth Consciousness <by Xuanzang> (Taipei: Sanmin Press, 2005) ;
  The Dimension of Consciousness: The Investigations of Phenomenological Problematics Taking Husserl as an Axis (Beijing:
       Peking University Press, 2007);
  Zur Sache des Bewusstseins – Phänomenologie, Buddhismus, Konfuzianismus (Würzburg: Könisghausen & Neumann, 2010);
  The Order of Mind: A Possibility of a Phenomenological Theory of Xin<心> (Naning: Jiangsu People’s Press, 2011).
   
      Major Translations
   
  Edmund Husserl:
  The Idea of Phenomenology (Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Press, 1986; Beijing: People’s Press, 2007; Taipei: South Press,
      1987);
  The Method of Phenomenology (Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Press, 1994, 2005);
  Phenomenology of Life World (Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Press, 2002, 2005);
  Philosophy as a Rigorous Science (Beijing: Commercial Press, 1999, 2007, 2010);
  Logical Investigations, two volumes three books (Taipei: Times Press, 1994/1999; Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Press,
      1994/1998-1999, 2006);
  On the Phenomenology of the Consciousness of Internal Time (Beijing: Commercial Press, 2009, 2010);
  Articles and Lectures (1911-1921) (Beijing: People’s Press, 2009).
   
  Max Scheler:
  Formalism in Ethics and Non-Formal Ethics of Values, two volumes (Beijing: Sanlian Press, 2004; Beijing: Commercial Press, 
        2011);
   
  Eduard von Hartmann:
  Phenomenology of Moral Consciousness: Moral Feelings (Beiing: Commercial Press, 2012).
   
   
Editor of Books
   
  As Chief Editor:
  Selected Works of Husserl, 1st and 2nd volumes (Shanghai: Sanlian Press, 1996);
  To the Things themselves: Selection of Phenomenological Classics (Beijing: Orientation Press, 2000).
   
  As Co-editor:
  Review of Chinese Phenomenology and Philosophy, annuals (Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Press, since 1995, up till now
        already published 12 issues except three special issues);
  Research of the Introduction of the Western Learning to China, annuals (Beijing: Commercial Press, since 2008).
   
  In addition, over tens articles written or translated by him were published in the significant academic journals internationally and 
       domestically.
   
  Financially-aided Programms acquired:
  Project of Youth Fund of National Social Sciences: “A Critical Review of European Phenomenological Movement” (1992);
  Project of Fund for Returned Students of National Committee of Education: “Origin and Development of Phenomenological
        Concepts”(1994);
  Project of Fund of National Social Sciences: “The Foundationstone of Phenomenological Movement: An Introduction to Husserl’s 
        Logical Investigations” (2000);
  Project of Fund of National Social Sciences: “The Order of Mind: A Phenomenological and Ethical Investigation Represented by
        M. Scheler” (2005);
   
   
  Important Awards Acquired:
Monograph: Phenomenology and Its Effect: Husserl and Contemporary German Philosophy
The 3rd Prize of the 1st Excellent Achievement Award of National Social Sciences Fund in 1999

Monograph: “A General Interpretation of Husserl’s Phenomenological Concepts”
The 2nd Prize of Excellent Achievement Award of Ministry of Education in 2002

Monograph: “Self-consciousness and Reflexion: The Basic Problems in Modern Western” Philosophy
The 1st Prize of the 1st Excellent Achievement Award of Philosophy and Social Sciences of Guangdong in 2005

Monograph: “Primordium of Phenomenology: Understanding and Thinking of Husserl’s Logical Investigations
The 1st Prize of the 2nd Excellent Achievement Award of Philosophy and Social Sciences of Guangdong in 2006

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Contact:
Prof.Dr. NI Liangkang
Department of Philosophy
Institute of Phenomenology
Sun Yat-Sen University
510275 Guangzhou
P.R.China
Tel.: +86 20 84114042 (O)   
         +86 20 84034804 (H)
Fax.: +86 20 84114805
Email: hssnlk@mail.sysu.edu.cn
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