Paul J. D’Ambrosio

Paul J. D’Ambrosio is associate professor of Chinese philosophy at East China Normal University, where he also serves as fellow of the Institute of Modern Chinese Thought and Culture, and dean of the Center for Intercultural Research. He is co-author (with Hans-Georg Moeller) of You and Your Profile (Columbia University Press, 2021) and Genuine Pretending (Columbia University Press, 2017), author of 真假之间 (Kongxue Tang, 2020), and editor (with Michael J. Sandel) of Encountering China (Harvard University Press, 2018). Additionally, he has authored over 80 articles, chapters, and reviews, and is translator of over a dozen books on Chinese philosophy.


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Cats and the Good Life

Paul J. D’Ambrosio on what John Gray can tell us about cats and the meaning of life....


Ultra Soft Power

Paul J. D’Ambrosio reviews Roel Sterckx’s “Ways of Heaven: An Introduction to Chinese Thought.”...



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