Dr. Andreas Fech
Assistant Professor, Department of Chinese Language and Literature
M.A. (University of Tuebingen)
Ph.D. (University of Tuebingen)
Early Daoist Thought; Excavated Manuscripts; Comparative Philosophy
Daoism; Aesthetics; Creativity
Taught previously at:
Southern University of Science and Technology (Shenzhen)
“Righteous War in Early Daoist Classics”, in Journal of Daoist Studies 13 (2020) [peer reviewed journal], pp. 1-31.
“Seeing and Hearing in the Laozi and Zhuangzi and the Question of Authority and Authenticity”, in Religions 2019, 10(3), 155 [peer reviewed journal], doi:10.3390/rel10030155, pp. 1-15.
“Auditory Perception and Cultivation: the Wenzi”, in Karyn Lai et al. (ed.), The Pursuit of Wisdom: Cultivation and Philosophy in Ancient China and Greece (London et al.: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018), pp. 208-220.
“The Zhou xun and “Elevating the Worthy”, in Early China 41 (2018) [peer reviewed journal], doi: https://doi.org/10.1017/eac.2018.9, pp. 149-178.
"Reflections on Artisan Metaphors in the Laozi: Who Cuts the ‘Uncarved Wood’ (pu 樸)?” (Part 1 and 2), in Philosophy Compass Vol. 13, Issue 4 [peer reviewed journal], FEB 2018, doi: 10.1111/phc3.12487, pp. 1-10.
ECS 22613218: “Elevating the Worthy” and “Mandate of Heaven” in the Late Zhanguo Period