From Taipei, Taiwan. I received my B.A. and the first M.A. in Philosophy from Fu-Jen Catholic University in Taipei. Now doing my second M.A. in Classics at UKy. My first M.A. thesis is about how St. Thomas Aquinas, as a Christian philosopher, interprets the concept of “science” (scientia) via his Super Boethium De Trinitate and his commentary on Aristotle’s Posterior Analytics. In the future, I look forward to studying ancient Chinese writings, including oracle bone scripts and bronze vessel inscriptions, and their roles in the origin of Chinese Classical Philosophy. With this, I hope to forge a bridge to communicate Western and Chinese Classical thoughts.
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