Edward Slingerland

Professor

Research Area

Education

Ph.D., Stanford University.

About

Professor and Canada Research Chair in Chinese Thought and Embodied Cognition, Department of Asian Studies, UBC; and Associate Member of UBC Department of Philosophy.


Research

My research specialties and teaching interests include Warring States (5th-3rd c. B.C.E.), Chinese thought, religious studies (comparative religion, cognitive science and evolution of religion), cognitive linguistics (blending and conceptual metaphor theory), ethics (virtue ethics, moral psychology), evolutionary psychology, the relationship between the humanities and the natural sciences, and the classical Chinese language.


Edward Slingerland

Professor

Ph.D., Stanford University.

Professor and Canada Research Chair in Chinese Thought and Embodied Cognition, Department of Asian Studies, UBC; and Associate Member of UBC Department of Philosophy.

My research specialties and teaching interests include Warring States (5th-3rd c. B.C.E.), Chinese thought, religious studies (comparative religion, cognitive science and evolution of religion), cognitive linguistics (blending and conceptual metaphor theory), ethics (virtue ethics, moral psychology), evolutionary psychology, the relationship between the humanities and the natural sciences, and the classical Chinese language.

Edward Slingerland

Professor

Ph.D., Stanford University.

Professor and Canada Research Chair in Chinese Thought and Embodied Cognition, Department of Asian Studies, UBC; and Associate Member of UBC Department of Philosophy.

My research specialties and teaching interests include Warring States (5th-3rd c. B.C.E.), Chinese thought, religious studies (comparative religion, cognitive science and evolution of religion), cognitive linguistics (blending and conceptual metaphor theory), ethics (virtue ethics, moral psychology), evolutionary psychology, the relationship between the humanities and the natural sciences, and the classical Chinese language.