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Puqun Li BA (ZZU), MA (RUC), MA (Carleton), PhD (Ottawa)
Dr. Puqun Li views philosophy as a personal struggle in becoming a decent human being, rather than as a list of free-floating theories. His teaching slogan is: "If you can not give an example of what you are talking about, you don't actually know what you are talking about." His areas of specialization and interests are Wittgenstein, Asian Philosophy, and Comparative Philosophy. Publications include A Guide to Asian Philosophy Classics, 2012 Broadview, Canada, and Wittgenstein on Non-significant Propositions, 2010, VDM Verlag, Germany. He enjoys watching figure skating and hockey, and reading Alice Munro's short stories. Dr. Li's also teaches an East and West Comparative Philosophy online course for Athabasca University.