Keekok Lee

Present Status and Affiliation: Honorary Research Fellow, Faculty of Humanities, University of Manchester, UK. Took early retirement in 1999 in order to concentrate on writing and publication
Taught philosophy at the University of Manchester from 1966-1999; first appointed as Assistant Lecturer, then Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, and finally Reader.

Her publications (monographs and articles) cover a wide range of domains in philosophy: moral philosophy, political philosophy, social philosophy, philosophy of law, philosophy of science, philosophy of biology/genetics, philosophy of medicine, intercultural philosophy (Modern Western and Chinese (Daojia) Philosophy), intercultural philosophy of medicine (Modern Western and Classical Chinese Medicine). Current projects: (a) Epidemiology and the Present Pandemic, explored through the lens of different moral, political, social and cultural perspectives; (b) Moral agency and character-building in Chinese moral/social philosophy.

Art, Technology, and Philosophy (I) Departing from the Microcosmos

One Interpretation of Classical Chinese Medicine

Art, Technology, and Philosophy (I) Departing from the Microcosmos

Art, Technology and Philosophy Symposium (I)
Departing From the Microcosmos