POSITION & INSTITUTION:
Professor Emeritus, Institute of Philosophy (IP), Honorary Director of Centre for Applied Ethics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), Beijing, China
Professor & Director, Center for Bioethics, Huazhong (Central China) University of Science and Technology (HUST)
Professor & Director, Institute of Bioethics, Center for Ethics and Moral Studies, Renmin (People) University of China (RUC)
CAREER (EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERINCES):
1946-49 Soochow Academy (Suzhou Senior High School)
1949-52 Undergraduate student at the School of Liberal Arts, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, and graduated in 1952.
1953-59 Teaching Assistant of Philosophy at Peking Union Medical College (PUMC), Beijing, China
1959-66 Lecturer, Unit for Philosophy of Science & Medicine, PUMC
1976-78 Editor of the Chinese journal Health Research, Institute of Hygiene, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Beijing, China
1978-79 Research Fellow, Department of Philosophy of Science and Technology (DPST), IP, CASS
1980-87 Associate Professor & Vice-Chair, DPST, IP, CASS
1982-86 Member of The Hastings Center
1982-88 Chair, DPST, IP, CASS
1984-87 Associate Professor, Supervisor of M.A. graduate students, Department of Philosophy (DP), The Graduate School (GS), CASS
1984-94 Member of Degree-Granting Committee, DP, GS, CASS
1985-94 Member of Academic Committee, IP, CASS
1985-89 Honorary Associate Member, Kennedy Institute of Ethics, USA
1986- International Fellow, The Hastings Center, USA
1986- Member, Board of Directors, Chinese Society for Philosophy of Nature, Science & Technology
1986-1998 Professor & Supervisor of Ph. D. graduate students, DP, GS, CASS
1987-1998 Professor, DPST, IP, CASS,
1987- Director, Programs in Bioethics, CASS
1987-2000 Professor of Philosophy & Ethics of Medicine, Faculty of the Humanities & Social Sciences, Shanghai Medical University
1988-2008 Chair, Chinese Committee, Sino-British Summer School of Philosophy (later the name changed to Philosophy Summer School in China: China Britain USA)
1989 Jan.-Jun. Adjunct Professor, Department of Philosophy, Georgetown University, USA
1989- Member of Advisory Board, American Journal of Medicine and Philosophy
1989- Lifetime Member of Kennedy Institute of Philosophy, USA
1989 Sept.-1990, Jan. Visiting Professor, Program in Medical Ethics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
1990 Jan.-May Visiting Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Wisconsin- Madison, USA
1990 May-Aug. Visiting Professor of British Academy, and Fellow Commoner at The Queen's College, The University of Oxford, UK
1990-92 Member of Steering Committee, International Association of Bioethics (IAB)
1990-94 Vice-Chair, Academic Committee, IP, CASS
1991-95 Member, Commission on the Ethics of Science, International Union for History and Philosophy of Science/Division of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science (IUHPS/DLMPS)
1992- Member, General Programme Committee, The 10th Congress of IUHPS/DLMPS
1992-98 Member, Board of Directors, IAB
1992-2000 Professor of Medical Ethics, Beijing Medical University
1993-97 Member, International Bioethics Committee, UNESCO
1993-2008 Director of the Ford Foundation Project of Reproductive Health and Ethics in China
1995-98 Member, Editorial Board, Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics
1995-99 Assessor, Executive Committee, IUHPS/DLMPS
1995-98 Member, Gender Advisory Panel, UNDP/UNFPA/WHO/World Bank
1995-2002 Vice-President, East Asian Association of Bioethics (later the Association changed To Asian Bioethics Association, ABA)
1996-2006 Vice-President, Chinese Society for Philosophy of Nature, Science and Technology, Beijing, China
1996-2000 Honorary Director, Center for Applied Ethics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
1996-2004 Member, Ethics Committee, Human Genome Organization (HUGO)
1999-2007 Member, Ethics Committee, Ministry of Health, China
1997-2009 Chair, Chinese Society for Philosophy of Science
1997-2002 Vice-Chair, IRB, Peking Union Medical College Hospital
1997-2004 Chair, ELSI Committee of Human Genome Project of China
1997- Member, IRB, Centre for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control, CDC, China
1997- Member, IRB, Peking University
2001- Professor of School of the Humanities, Director of Centre for Bioethics, Huazhong (Central China) University of Science and Technology, Wuhan
2001 Temporary Adviser on Assisted Reproduction, WHO
2001-2002 Consultant, UNDP
2001- Member, International Institute of Philosophy
2002 April Visiting Professor, Institute of Philosophy, Environment and Policy, Lancaster University
2002- Member, Expert Committee on Health Policy and Management, The Ministry of Health, China
2002 Chair, Ethics Committee, Chinese National Human Genome Center, Beijing
2002 Winner, World Technology Network (WTN) Award Ethics (in New York)
2002-2004 President, Asian Bioethics Association
2003-2005 Member of the ELSI Committee, International HapMap Project
2003-2005 Professor, Health Science Center, Peking University
2003- Professor and Director, Academic Committee, Center for Bioethics, Peking Union Medical College
2004-2010 Member of National Expert Committee on AIDS/HIV
2005-2006 President of the 2006 World Congress of Bioethics
2006-2014 Member of the UNAIDS Reference Group on AIDS and Human Rights
2007-2012 Vice-President, Ethics Committee, Ministry of Health
2008-2014 Member, Interim Steering Committee, China Red Ribbon Forum (HIV and Human Rights)
2009- Fellow, the Hastings Center
2009 Laureate of UNESCO Avicenna Prize for Ethics of Science
2011 Laureate of Henry Knowles Beecher Prize for Bioethics (The Hastings Center, USA)
REGIONAL/INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES:
From 1981 to 2019 to Romania, Britain, USA, Greece, Croatia, Japan, Thailand, Egypt, Hong Kong, Germany, Russia, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, Canada, the Philippines, Mexico, New Zealand, France, Hungary, Italy, Malta, India, Spain, Taiwan, Australia, Denmark, Macao, Vietnam, Korea, Indonesia, South Africa, Belgium and Singapore to pay academic visit or to participate in expert meetings or regional/international conferences.
2121 Building 9
Caoqiao Xinyuan San Qu
Beijing 100067, China
Tel.: 86 10 6750 2263 (H)
Fax: 86 10 67502264 (H)
PUBLICATIONS (1): In English, German, Spanish, Romanian and Japanese
1. Preliminary Approach to Internal and External Factors in the Development of Science, in Science and Technology, Humanism and Progress, Selection of Papers Presented at the XVIth International Congress of the History of Science, Bucharest, Romania, August 27-September 3, 1981, Bucharest, 1982, pp. 213-218
2. Philosophy of Medicine in China (1930-1980), Metamedicine 3: 35-73, 1982
3, Ethical Dilemmas Facing Traditional Medicine, Bioethics Reporter 1: no.1, 1984, 19-20
4. Low Birth Weight Infant and One Child Family, in Health Policy, Ethics and Human Values, CIOMS, Switzerland, 1985, pp. 173-177
5. Intersection of Public Policy and Human Values, ibid., pp. 296-300
6. On the Third National Conference on Philosophy of Science in China, Ratio XXVI: 199-205, 1984,
7. Cultural and Intellectual Attitudes That Prevented the Spontaneous Emergence of Modern Science in China", in J. Fraser et al. (eds.): Time, Science, and Society in China and the West, The Study of Time V, The Massachusetts Press, 1985, pp. 181-184
8. Politische Prioritaten und Menschliche Werte, Medizin Mensch Gesellschaft 11(1986)253-257
9. Tension between Internalism and Externalism in the History of Science, the Spanish version published in a book edited by A. Lafuente and J. J. Saldana: Tendencias Actuales en la Historia de la Ciencias, Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, 1987, pp. 25-40
10. Commentary, The Hastings Center Report 17: 1987, no.3, 25-26
11. Two Ethical Dilemmas Facing Chinese Medicine, Second Opinion 4: 36-41, 1987
12. Commentary: Economics and Medical Decision-Making: A Chinese Perspective, Seminars in Perinatology XI: 262-263, 1987
13. Medicine--The Art of Humaneness: On Ethics of Traditional Chinese Medicine, The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy (JMP) 13: 277-300, 1988
14. Perspectiva integrationistra asupra evaluarii teoriilor, in A. Botez (ed.): Metamorfoze Actuale in Filosofia Stiintei, Bucuresti: Editura Politica, 1988, pp. 326-340
15. Models of Explanation and Explanations in Medicine, International Studies in the Philosophy of Science: The Dubrovnik Papers 3: 199-212, 1989
16. Equity and Public Health Care in China, JMP 14: 283-288, 1989
17. Can Late Abortion Be Ethically Justified? (co-author with C-Z Wang and Y. Gu), JMP 14: 343-350, 1989
18. The Fiduciary Relationship between Professionals and Clients: A Chinese Perspective, in E. Pellegrino et al. (eds.): Ethics, Trust and the Professions: Philosophical and Cultural Aspects, Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 1991, pp. 247-262.
19. Morality in Flux: Medical Ethics in the PRC, Kennedy Institute of` Ethics Journal 1: 16-27, 1991
20. Ethical Problems in Renal Dialysis and Transplantation: Chinese Perspective, in C. Kjellstrand et al. (eds.): Ethical Problems in Dialysis and Transplantation, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1992, pp. 227-233
21. Bioethics in China (co-author with Da-Jie Jin), in A. Lustig et al. (eds.): Bioethics Year Volume 2, Regional Developments in Bioethics 1989-1991, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1992, pp. 355-379
22. Public Health and Protection of Individual Rights, in Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Health Law and Ethics, July 19-23, 1992, Toronto Canada
23. Ethical Issues in Compulsory Sterilization of Severely Mentally Retarded" , in Proceedings of the International Conference on Improving Birth Quality and Child Upbringing, May 24-27, 1992, Beijing, China
24. What Bioethics Has to Offer the Developing Countries? Bioethics 7: 108-125, 1993
25. New Thinking on Health Care Does Not Mean Abandoning Humanitarianism, World Health Forum 14: 129-130, 1993
26. Tension between Modern Values and Chinese Culture, in Ethics and Research on Human Subjects: International Guidelines, Z. Bankowski & R. J. Levine (eds.), Geneva: CIOMS, 1993
27. Chinese Medical Ethics and Euthanasia, Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2: 69-76, 1993
28. Medical Ethics and Chinese Culture, in Transcultural Dimensions in Medical Ethics, E. Pellegrino (ed.), 1994, pp. 155-174
29. Causal Explanation in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ludus Vitalis 2: 149-170, 1994
30. The Perspective of China: Possible Conflicts between Different Cultures, in Poverty, Vulnerability, and the Value of Human Life, Z. Bankowski and J. Brynt (eds.), Switzerland: CIOMS, 1994, pp. 218-221
31. Conceptual Issues in Ethics of Science and Technology, in Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science XI, D. Prawitz et al.(eds.), Elsevier Science B.V., 1994, pp. 537-551
32. Karl Popper and Karl Marx, in Science, Politics and Social Practice, edited by M. Wartofsky et al., Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995, pp. 87-98
33. Reflections and Conclusions on EACB’95, Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics, 1995, no. 6, 143-144
34. Realism vs. Anti-Realism in Science (co-edited with R. Cohen and R. Hilpinen), Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1996
35. How to Know What Rises up is Moon?” in ibid., pp. 55-70
36. Medical Negligence in China, World Health Forum: An International Journal of Health Development 17 no. 3, 1996, 227-229
37. Ethical and Policy Issues in HIV/AIDS Prevention in China”, HIV/AIDS in Asia, AIDS in Asia Unit, Asia Technical Department, World Bank, 4-5
38. Only Something Goes: On Demarcation between Science and Pseudo-Science, Revue Roumaine de Philosophie, Tome 40, No. 1-2, 1996.
39. Bioethics in an Asian Context", World Health, 49th Year, no. 5, September-October 1996, 13-15.
40. Informed Consent in Developing Countries with Non-Western Culture, Proceedings of HGM’97 Human Genome Meeting, March 6-8, 1997, Toronto, Canada
41. Chinese Attitude Towards Intervention in Reproduction", Proceedings of the Vth International Congress of Andrology, May 28, 1997, Salzburg, Australia
42. China’s Policy on Population and Bioethics, in Hiraku Takebe (ed.): Ethics in Human Genetics and Gene Analysis, Kyoto, 1996, pp. 93-102.
43. Ethical and Policy Issues in the Prevention of HIV/AIDS in China, Chinese Bioethics Newsletter 2 1998, no.3, 2
44. History of Medical Ethics: Contemporary China, Encyclopedia of Bioethics, vol. 3, New York: Macmillan, 1995, pp. 1483-1491
45. Germ-Line Engineering as the eugenics of the future, in E. Agius and S. Busuttil (eds.), Germ-Line Intervention and our Responsibilities to Future Generations, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998, pp. 105-116.
46. A Chinese perspective on the use of genetic knowledge (co-author with X-H Hu), in J. Kegley (ed.), Genetic Knowledge: Human Value & Responsibility, Lexington, Kentucky: ICUS, 1998.
47. Medical ethics in China: Status quo and main issues, Chinese Scientists and Responsibility: Ethical Issues of Human Genetics in Chinese and International Contexts, Ole Doring (ed.), Nummer 314, Mitteilungen des Instituts fur Asienkunde, Hamburg 1999, 24-32.
48. Cultural and ethical dimensions in genetic practices in China, Chinese Scientists and Responsibility: Ethical Issues of Human Genetics in Chinese and International Contexts, Ole Doring (ed.), Nummer 314, Mitteilungen des Instituts fur Asienkunde, Hamburg 1999, 213-238.
49. How is global bioethics possible: a Chinese perspective, Asian Bioethics Seminar: Global Bioethics from Asian Perspective, November 9-10, 1998, University Research Center, Nihon University, 1999, 5-10.
50. Causal explanation in traditional chinese medicine, in Raul Gutierrez Lombardo et al. (eds.): Estudios en Historia y Filosofia de la Biologia, vol. 2, Mexigo: Centro de Estudios Filosfiocos, Politicos y Sociales, 2000, pp. 353-394.
51. Reshaping the concept of personhood: A Chinese perspective, in Gerhold K. Becker (ed.): The Moral Status of Persons: Perspectives on Bioethics, Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 2000, pp. 129-148
52. Commentary on genetic research: Towards international guidelines, in Biomedical Research Ethics: Updating International Guidelines: A Consultation, Geneva, Switzerland 15-17 March 2000, edited by R. Levine et al., Geneva: CIOMS, 2000, pp. 170-177.
53. Human genome and philosophy: What ethical challenge will human genome studies bring to the medical practices in the 21st century? Life Sciences 324(2002)1097-1102.
54. Sociocultural dimensions of infertility and assisted reproduction in the Far East, in Current Practices and Controversies in Assisted Reproduction, edited by Effey Ayena et al., Geneva: WHO, 2002, pp. 75-82.
55. The Tension between Biomedical Technology and Confucian Values, in Cross-Cultural Perspectives on the (Im)Possibility of Global Bioethics, edited by Julia Tao Lai Po-wah, Dordrecht: Kluwers, 2002, pp. 71-88.
56. Recommendations on Legal Reform of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control, UNDP: Beijing Office, 2003, pp. pp. 121-139.
57. Cloning in biomedical research and reproduction: Ethical and legal constraints: A Chinese perspective, Cloning in Biomedical Research and Reproduction: Scientific Aspects – Ethical, Legal and Social Limits, Bonn University Press, 2003, pp.667-678
58. China: Views of a Bioethicist, in Ethics and Genetics in Global Perspectives (edited by D. Wertz et al.), Kluwers, 2004 187-207.
59. Bioethics: Asian Perspectives – A Quest for Moral Diversity (ed.), Dordrecht, 2004 185-196.
60. Does Eugenics Exist in China? Ethical Issues in the Law on Maternal and Infant Health Care, in Bioethics: Asian Perspectives – A Quest for Moral Diversity (ed.), Dordrecht, 2004
61. Vulnerability – A principle of the ethics of science and technology, Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress, edited by Petr Hajet et al., 2005, King’s College Publications, pp. 577-588.
62. Bioethics: A search for moral diversity, Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, v. 12, 2006, s21-s29.
63. Cloning Issues in China, in Heiner Roets (ed.): Cross-Cultural Issues in Bioethics.
The Example of Human Cloning, Amsterdam/New York, NY, 2006.
64. Guest Editorial, Bioethics, vol. 21, no. 8, 2007
65. On the Reform of Health Care Reform, in China: Bioethics, Trust, and the Challenge of the Market, New York, Springer, 2008, pp. 181-192
66. Bioethics in China (1990-2008): Attempts to Protect the Rights and Health of Patients,
Human Subjects and the Public, Asian Bioethics Review 2008,1(1):47-54.
67. Global Governance of Science, A Report to European Commission, co-author with Pamela Andanda, Matthias Kaiser, Carl Mitcham, Zaneta Ozolina, Nico Stehr, and Jack Stilgoe, 2009
68. Bioethical Governance and Basic Stem Cell Science: China and The Global Biomedicine Economy, (co-author with Salter B. as the first author), Science and Public Policy, 36(1), February 2009
69. Sexual rights and gender roles in a religious context, co-author with Shahida Zaidi, Arulmozhi Ramarajan, Michal Raucher, Ruth Chadwick and Amna Nossier, International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 2009,
70. Reflections on Bioethics in China: Interactions between Bioethics and Society, in Bioethics Around the Globe, Part II, Chapter 8, Catherine Myser (editor), Oxford University Press, 2011, pp. 164-190
71. Stem Cell Research and Its Clinical Application in China: Interactions between Science, Ethics and Society (co-author with Zhai X.), in Bioethics and the Global Politics of Stem Cell Science: Medical Applications in a Pluralistic World, edited by Alastair Campbell and Benjamin Capps, Imperial College Press, UK and World Scientific Publishing Co., 2010, pp. 395-420
72. Healthcare sector reform and its influence on public hospitals in mainland China
Journal International de Bioethique, 2012 (32):15-24.
73. A Report from National Ethics Committee (NEC) in China, in Maurizio Salvi (ed.): Ethically Speaking, Issue 15, July 2011, pp. 57-60.
74. A Report from NEC in China, in Maurizio Salvi (ed.): Ethically Speaking, Issue 16, July 2012
75. Demography vs. Public Health and Wellbeing: The Case of China, in La Philosophie et L’État Du Monde (Philosophy and the State of the World), edited by Anne Fagot-Largeault and Bertrand Saint-Sernin, Entretiens de l’Institut International de Philosophie, Congrès de Paris (15-18 septembre 2010), pp. 29-54.
76. Bioethics: Perspectives from China, Special Issues of Asian Bioethics Review, 6(2), 2014.
77. Ethical Issue in the Medical Security System in Mainland China, Asian Bioethics Review 2014
78. Bioethics in China, in Encyclopedia of Bioethics, 4th edition (Editor-in-Chief: Bruce Jennings),
Cengage Learning, 2014, 548-567.
79. Arguments for and against Enhancement in Sports, The Future of Bioethics, edited by Akira
Akabayashi, Oxford University Press, 2014, 211-217.
80. ゲノム编集およぴ生殖系遗传子改变における伦理的·规制的诸问题，位田隆一·甲斐克则·横野惠 译，「比较法学」，2016, 第50卷第2号53-77
81. The Legacy of the Nuremberg Code and the Approach to Bioethics in Mainland China, in: Medical Ethics in the 70 Years after the Nuremberg Code, 1947 to the Present, Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift, 2018, 130, Springer, S225-S228.
82. Chinese Bioethicists Respond to the Case of He Jiankui (co-author with Zhai X. Lei R, and Zhu W.), Bioethics Forum, The Hastings Center, February 7, 2019.
83. Reboot Ethics Governance in China (co-author with Lei R. Zhai X. and Zhu W.), Nature, volume 569, 9 May 2019, pp.184-186.
84. Impassable Scientific, Ethical and Legal Barriers to Body-to-Head Transplantation (co-author with Lei R.), Bioethics, 2020, 34(2):172-182.
85. Fight for Regulation and its Enforcement on Stem Cell Therapy in China (co-author with Lei R.), International Journal of Cell Research and Molecular Biology, 6(2), July 2019.
86. Lessons from He Jiankui Incident (co-author with Zhai X. and Lei R.), Issues in Science and Technology, National Academy of Science-Medicine-Engineering, in Summer issue 2019
87. A Strategy to Prevent and Control Zoonoses? (co-author with Lei R.), The Hastings Center Report, 2020, 50 (3):73-74..
88. Ethical and Regulatory Issues in Human Genome Editing: Chinese Perspective (co-author with Lei R.), Biotechnology and the Application of Biochemistry, 2020, 67(7).
89. The Declaration of Helsinji in China: An Example of the Tension between International Guidelines and Native Cultural Values (co-author with Zhai X.), in Schimidt U. Frewer A. and Sprumont D.: Ethical Research: the Declaration of Helsinki, and the Past, Present and Future of Human Experimentation, Oxford: The Oxford Press, 2020, pp. 443-467.
90. Chinese Bioethicists: Silencing Doctor Impeded Early Control of Coronavirus (co-author with Lei R.). Bioethics Forum, The Hastings Center, February 13, 2020.
91. WHO-China Report on COVID: An Important Step Forward But More Need To Be Done (co-author with Jia P. and Lei R). Bioethics Forum, The Hastings Center, April 9, 2021.
92. Criticism of Two Dogmas in Philosophy in China (co-author with Lei R.), Journal of East Asian Philosophy 2021, 1(1):39-56. http://eajp.online/reference-159358@reader
PUBLICATIONS (2): In Chinese
1. On Some Problems of Subjective Activity in Medicine, Wenhui Daily, October 30, 1962
2. Neurology and Epistemology, Journal of Dialectics of Nature, 1963, no.2, 52-56
3. Testing Hypothesis, Wenhui Daily, December 11, 1963
4. Some Remarks from the Translator, in Philosophical Problems in Theoretical Medicine, Beijing: People's Health Press, 1964, pp. 5-11
5. Comments on the Articles on Philosophy of Medicine Published in 1963, Journal of Dialectics of Nature, 1964, no.1, 16-19
6. Comments on W. Penfield's Philosophical View, ibid., no.3, 24-28
7. On Dialectics in the Onset of Disease, ibid., 1965, no.1, 6-17.
8. Some Ideas on Developing the Research of Philosophy of Medicine, Newsletter on Dialectics of Nature, December 10, 1978
9. Some Characteristics of Contemporary Scientific-Technological Revolution, Academic Tribune, 1979, no.2, 103-115
10. The Discovery of Blood Circulation, in Practice and Science, Beijing: Beijing People's Press, 1979, pp. 99-105
On Some Philosophical Problems in Medicine, in Collected Papers on Dialectics of Nature, Haerbin: Heilongjiang Society for Dialectics of Nature, 1979, pp. 251-266
12. Karl Popper's Falsificationism, Newsletter on Dialectics of Nature, 1979, no.15
13. Thomas Kuhn's Scientific Revolution, ibid., 1979, no.24
14. Imre Lakatos' Scientific Research Programme Methodology, ibid., 1980, no.14
15. Paul Feyerabend's Anarchistic Epistemology, ibid, 1980, no.16
16. The Concept of Death and Euthanasia, Medicine and Philosophy, 1980, no.1, 77-79
The Research on Scientific Methodology Must Be Corresponded with the Practice In Science, Philosophical Research, 1980, no.7, 11-12
18. Health, Disease, Aging and Death, Knowledge of Encyclopedia, 1980, no.8, 74-76
19. World 1, 2, 3, ibid., 1981, no.1, 6-10
Methodological Problems in Western Philosophy of Science, Philosophical Problems in Natural Sciences, 1980, no.4, 1-10
21. Free Our Philosophy from the USSR Pattern, Newsletter on Dialectics of Nature, 1981, no.1
22. The Split-Brain Men and the Debate on the Mind-Brain Problem, Philosophical Problems in Natural Sciences, 1979, no.2, 86-91
23. Some Problems in Medical Ethics, Medicine and Philosophy, 1980, no.2, 49-52
24. On the Origin of Medicine and the Magic Originated Theory of Medicine, Chinese Journal of Medical History 11: 6-10, 1981
25. On the Testing of Scientific Theory, Journal of Dialectics of Nature, 1981, no.3, 11-15
26. Is Karl Popper a Logical Positivist? Fudan University Journal, 1981, no.3, 70-76
27. R. Virchow and His Cellular Pathology, Health Newspaper, June 21, 1981
28. Karl Popper on the Nature of Science and Its Method, Studies in Dialectics of Nature, 1981, no.2, 1-13
29. Challenge of Modern Science to Marxist Philosophy, Knowledge of Encyclopedia, 1981, no.9, 2-5
30. On the XVIth International Congress of the History of Science, Philosophical Problems in Natural Sciences, 1981, no.4, 1-11
31. Philosophical Problems in Modern Medicine, in Essays on Philosophical Problems in Natural Sciences, Nanning: Guangxi People's Press, 1981
32. On F. Engels' “Natural Science in the Spiritual World”, Medicine and Philosophy, 1981, no. 3
33. Internal and External Factors in the Development of Science, Academic Tribune, 1982, no.2
34. Philosophy of Medicine in China (1930-1980), Materials on Medicine, 1981, no.7,
35. Dialectical View on Human Body, Philosophical Research, 1982, no.6, 30-32
36. Exploring the Genesis of Knowledge, Reading, (1982) no.5, 4-6
37. Characters of Successful Scientists, Reading, (1982) no.7, 18-20
38. Philosophy of Medicine in 1970's, in Studies in Philosophy of Science, Beijing: Knowledge Press, 1982, pp. 281-331
39. From Biomedical Model to Biopsychosocial Model, Knowledge of Encyclopedia, 1982, no.9, 5-9
40. What is the Scientific Method? Reading, 1982, no.9, 86-88
41. Imre Lakatos' Scientific Research Programme Methodology, Journal of Dialectics of Nature, 1982, no.5, 45-52
Review on the Studies in Philosophy of Medicine, Yearbook: Chinese Philosophy, Shanghai: Chinese Encyclopedia Press, 1982, pp. 67-68
Precious Treasure in Ancient Medical Texts--Edwin Smith's Surgery Papyrus, Chinese Journal of History of Medicine 12: 233-237, 1982
Philosophy of Science in Britain and the United States, Philosophical Problems in Natural Sciences, 1983, no.4, 1-4
45. Teachings of Medical Ethics and History of Medicine in Britain, Medicine and Philosophy, 1983, no.7, 46-48
Contemporary Philosophy of Science in Britain, Newsletter on Dialectics of Nature, July 25, August 10, August 25, September 10, 1983
47. Assessment of Scientific Theories, Knowledge of Encyclopedia, 1984, no.1, 30-33.
48. Medical and Social Definition of Health, Medicine and Philosophy, 1984, no.1, 7-10
49. Logic of Clinical Reasoning, Philosophical Research, 1984, no.2, 51-57
“Diagnosis by Computer” and Clinical Reasoning, Medicine and Philosophy, 1984, no.3, 5-10
51. On Clinical Judgment, Medicine and Philosophy, 1984, no.10, 17-19