W. (Wei) Wang
- Associate Professor
- Philosophy of Science
- Virtual Reality
- Philosophy of Mind
- Media Philosophy
- Visual Agument
My research focuses on philosophy of Virtual Reality involves in metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics. Now I'm in charge of two projects on Virtual Reality in China.
My teaching is mainly concerned with logic for undergraduate and natural dialectics for graduate students in China.
2013 (as translator) Hans Lenk: Concrete Humanity Between Theory, Ethics and Sport, Chongqing: the Earth Culture Press
2007 (as a participant) Knownology: Field of Vision, Beijing: China Social Sciences Press
“Impact of Information Practice on Cognitive Patterns”, the Journal of Humanities, 2015(3) (CSSCI)
“A New Classification of Practice in the New Epoch”, Journal of Xi’an Jiaotong University (Social Sciences), 2012(1) (CSSCI)(Excerpted by China University Academic Abstracts, 2012)
“The Logic of the Basic Problems in Philosophy”, Social Scientists, 2009(1) (CSSCI)
“A Review of Studies on Virtual Reality in Philosophy”, Journal of Xi’an Jiaotong University (Social Sciences), 2008(6) (CSSCI)