Prof. KWAN Kai Man
Director of Centre for Sino-Christian Studies; Programme Director of Master of Arts in Ethics and Public Affairs; Professor, Department of Religion and Philosophy
D. Phil. (Oxon), M. Phil., Oxford University, UK; B.D. (University of Aberdeen), UK; Dip. Ed., Chinese University of Hong Kong; B.Sc. (Eng.), University of Hong Kong
Philosophy of religion; philosophy of science; science-religion dialogue; and social ethics
General philosophy; philosophy of religion; science-religion dialogue; political philosophy and social ethics; comparative religion
Taught previously at:
Theology Division, Department of Religion, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Kai-man Kwan, The Rainbow of Experiences, Critical Trust, and God: A Defense of Holistic Empiricism (New York: Continuum, October 2011)
Kai-man Kwan, “The Dialectical Relationship between Human Rights and the Christian Faith: A Response to Prof. Laura Palazzani,” in Joseph Tham, Kai-man Kwan, & Alberto Garcia, eds., Religious perspectives on Human Rights and Bioethics (Springer Nature, 2017).
Kai-man Kwan, “Paul Tillich on the Relationship between Morality and Religion.” Journal of Sino-Christian Studies 28 (Dec 2019): 7-44.
Kai-man Kwan, “Reformed Traditions and Human Rights: Friends or Foes?” Ching Feng, forthcoming in 2020.
Kai-man Kwan, “The Argument from Religious Experience,” in Colin Ruloff, ed., Contemporary Arguments in Natural Theology (London: Bloomsbury Press), forthcoming.
Naturalistic explanations of religious experience
The epistemology of phenomenal conservatism
The critical evaluation of the harm principle