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CHIM Wung Cheong Raphael

Ph.D.

Tel 3943 5713
Office Fung King Hey 308

Title of Dissertation:
A new reading of the literary imaginary in Berkeley, Swift, Norinaga, and Higuchi

Supervisor:
Professor Michael O'SULLIVAN

This thesis means to investigate the senses of literary imagination in the works of George Berkeley, Jonathan Swift, Motoori Norinaga, Higuchi Ichiyō, among other writers, as a form of imagination regulated by communal rules of language associating words, phrases, etc. and other ideas.

Research Interests
Comparative literature, comparative philosophy
 
Selected Publications
2021
Chim, W.C. (2021). George Berkeley and Motoori Norinaga on other minds and there being "nothing-to-be-done". Comparative Philosophy, San Jose State University. https://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/comparativephilosophy/vol12/iss1/7/