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Chinese Name : 冼偉林

Variants : Sin, W.

William Sin is an Assistant Professor in the Department of International Education and Lifelong Learning at the Education University of Hong Kong, working in philosophy, with a focus on ethics.

His research interests include filial obligation, long-term caregiving and its moral implications, the problem of demandingness, Confucianism, Zen Buddhism, and the relation between ethics and ancient Chinese literature.  He has published in journals that include the Journal of Moral Philosophy, Asian Philosophy, Philosophical Studies, and Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy.

Research interests

Moral philosophy, more specifically consequentialism, Moral relativism, Nietzsche and morality, and Exploration of the ethical status of the characters in the Water Margin (an ancient Chinese novel).

Professional information

Scopus ID : 35301004500

ORCID : 0000-0001-5838-2708

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Water Arts & Humanities
Caregiving Arts & Humanities
Killing Arts & Humanities
Morality Arts & Humanities
Outlaw Arts & Humanities
Demandingness Arts & Humanities
Moral Theory Arts & Humanities
Confucianism Arts & Humanities

Research Outputs 2000 2018

Wu Song's killing of his sister-in-law: An ethical analysis

SIN, W. L. W., 2018, In : Dao. 17, 2, p. 231–246

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Sister
Ethical Analysis
Killing
Song
Traditional Values

The water margin, moral criticism, and cultural confrontation

SIN, W. L. W., Mar 2017, In : Dao. 16, 1, p. 95-111

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Moral Criticism
Confrontation
Water
Outlaw
Governance

Wu Song’s killing of his sister-in-law: An ethical analysis

SIN, W. L. W., Apr 2017.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Trolley Problem
Artist
Right Action
Doctrine
Deliverance