Min Tang

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Graduate Student

Min is a fifth-year graduate student and a Royster fellow. Her current research lies at the intersection of the philosophy of mind and language, cognitive science, and comparative philosophy. She also has related research interests in metaphysics, aesthetics, and mathematical cognition. Her current dissertation is influenced by the philosophical exploration of transformative experience, the comparative analysis of early Chinese philosophy and classical Chinese poetry, the empirical and conceptual studies on empathy.

Before joining UNC, she received her Ph.D. in Philosophy of Science and Technology at Renmin University of China. Her dissertation was on the epistemic values of different proofs for the fundamental theorem of algebra. Before that, she studied Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at Lingnan Normal University and got her B.S. in Mathematics there.

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