Unit University of Macau
Faculty/Department Faculty of Arts and Humanities – Department of Philosophy And Religious Studies
Contact Office: E21-4103
Tel: (853) 8822 8252
Email: tingmienlee@um.edu.mo
Research Interest
  • Classical Chinese philosophy, with a specific focus on inter-state relational ethics and its relevance to today’s international relations and global order.

Recent Publications

  • Ting-mien Lee (2023), “Interstate Relational Ethics: Mengzi and Later Mohists in Dialogue.” Religions 14(5): https://doi.org/10.3390/rel14050659
  • Carine Defoort & Ting-mien Lee (2022). The Many Lives of Yang Zhu: A Historical Overview: 47-77. New York: SUNY. https://sunypress.edu/Books/T/The-Many-Lives-of-Yang-Zhu
  • Ting-mien Lee (2022), “Can Confucianism Morally Justify the Just Hierarchies? Mohismt as An Alternative Solution.” Book Symposium on Danial A. Bell and Wang Pei’s Just Hierarchy: Why Social Hierarchy Matters in China and the Rest of the World, edited by Demin Duan (Peking University), Renren Chen (Huhan University), and Luís Cordeiro-Rodrigues (Hunan University). A special Issues of the journal of Ethical Perspectives vol. 29, Issue 4, pp. 439-453.