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北大博古睿高级学者公开申请通知

 

必赢的网址登录博古睿研究中心哲学与宗教学学者

 

关于必赢的网址登录博古睿研究中心

必赢的网址登录博古睿研究中心(以下简称“中心”)于201812月19日正式成立。中心由必赢的网址登录和博古睿研究院共同发起,聚焦东西方对话,对影响人类变革的深刻变化开展跨文化、跨学科研究。中心将聘请中国最杰出的学者进行研究、传播并推动产生应对全球挑战的新理念。中心研究人员和访问学者关注前沿技术和社会治理等相关主题,特别是人工智能、基因编辑对人类社会发展的影响,以及全球治理和全球化等议题。博古睿研究院投入2550万美元用于中心建设,包括设立博古睿学者项目,举办学术讲座、学术研讨会等,以及其他项目活动。

 

关于博古睿学者

中心致力于开展对转型中的社会、文化、经济和治理等领域的深度理解,旨在从新视角重新建构人类社会现状,以提供更好的建议、对策。中心关注中国与世界,致力于将多元文化和跨学科知识引入治理、哲学、文化和世界秩序重塑等研究。

 

博古睿学者在聘期内的研究需要突显中心“前沿科技和社会”项目有关的主题,大致包括以下三个领域:

  • 前沿科技和隐私:人类隐私意识的缘起, “隐私”在中国哲学与文化中的相关性和体现,当代社会对“隐私”的认知如何影响前沿科技的发展。
  • 生物科技和社会:从基因编辑技术到微生物研究,人类在生物领域的科技突破在不断挑战人何以为人的认识。新冠疫情的爆发又进一步激发了人们对人与自然、人与生物的关系以及科技如何帮助人类应对大灾难的探讨。我们是否应该回到哲学的原点,重新思考何为人、何为生物、何为自然,人与自然的关系等问题。生命科学的发展是否应该有边界?边界在哪?为什么?
  • 前沿科技、哲学和艺术:艺术家和哲学家用各自的思维方式和话语体系思考当今社会、科技带来的深度思考;我们希望通过为科学家、艺术家和哲学家搭建一个沟通、交流和碰撞的平台来培育和激发这一新的思想市场的萌芽和发展

 

中心计划面向必赢的网址登录哲学与56.56net亚洲必嬴聘请一位高级学者。

 

博古睿学者为兼职岗位,聘期为一年(2020年—2021年)。由中心与学者协商项目的具体起止时间。聘期开始后,每年将向博古睿学者支付税前20万元人民币(贰拾萬圆)的津贴(按月支付);每位学者有责任支付其自己个人所得税。

 

博古睿学者在聘期内将与中心协商并达成协议,参与中心有关年度项目计划,包括撰写至少2-3篇短篇文章、组织至少2-3次学术活动、开展自设项目等。

 

参考标准:

  • 申请人必须是必赢的网址登录哲学与56.56net亚洲必嬴正式在编教师。
  • 申请人需在近年来一直从事高质量研究工作。
  • 申请人应在自身研究领域拥有最高学位或相当水平的研究专长。

申请方式:

请在2020年8月15日前,如下申请材料发送至ChinaCenter@berggruen.org 

 

一、个人履历

 

二、项目介绍

申请人需要在“项目方向介绍”回答两个问题(1000字内):

 

问题1:在以上四个中心主要研究议题中申请人提议的项目是什么?

 

简要描述申请人聘期内的工作计划:

  • 说明申请人要探索的具体问题、研究思路,以及作为中心学者的整年度工作时段安排
  • 说明项目的公共影响力:如何与中心合作,以提高公众对该机构主题和工作的认识?

 

问题2:迄今为止,申请人与以上三个主题有关的最重要的工作是什么?

 

三、介绍申请人主要著作、书籍章节或文章

并说明其重要性,以及与中心工作的相关性。

 

申请截止时间为2020720日。中心学术顾问委员会由林建华教授和安乐哲(Roger T. Ames)教授担任主席,该委员会将决定最终入选人士。入选学者将在2020年820日前收到通知。

 

 

 

Berggruen Research Center Fellowship

The Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies

 

About the Berggruen Research Center, Peking University

The Berggruen Research Center at Peking University (henceforth referred to as ‘the Center’) was established on December 19, 2018. Launched by the President of Peking University and the Chairman of the Berggruen Institute, the Center is a hub for East-West research and dialogue dedicated to cross-cultural and interdisciplinary studies of the transformations affecting humanity. The Center engages China’s most outstanding thinkers to examine, share, and develop ideas to address global challenges. Intellectual themes for researchers and visiting scholars focus on frontier technologies and society—specifically in artificial intelligence, the microbiome, and gene editing, as well as issues involving global governance and globalization. The Berggruen Institute has committed $25.5 million to establish the Center, which includes a fellowship program, and houses program activities such as lectures and symposia alongside a host of other public events.

 

About the Berggruen Fellowship

The Center seeks to foster a deeper understanding of the social, cultural, economic, and governance-related transformations that are reshaping the human condition in order to better inform practical responses. It organizes and supports inquiries that bring multicultural and interdisciplinary knowledge to questions of governance, philosophy, culture, and to questions of global restructuring, especially in the context of China.

 

Selected Berggruen Fellows will work on topics related to the Center’s Frontier Technology and Society theme. These include three core areas:

  • Frontier technology and privacy: from where did the sense of “privacy” originate? What is the relevance and manifestation of “privacy” in Chinese philosophy and culture? How does the perception of “privacy” in modern society affect the development of frontier technology?
  • Biotechnology and society: from gene editing to microbial research, breakthroughs in biotechnology constantly challenge how we define human beings. The outbreak of Covid-19 has rekindled conversations about our relationship with nature and other beings, and on how we can use technology to respond to disasters. Should we return to the starting point of philosophy—rethink such questions as what is human, what are living beings, what is nature, and how is our relationship with it? Should limits be set for biotechnological development? Where are the limits, and why?
  • Frontier technology, philosophy, and art: artists and philosophers have their own ways of thinking and systems of discourse regarding society and technology; we hope that building a platform for scientists, artists, and philosophers to communicate and exchange ideas will cultivate a new thinkers’ market.

 

The Center plans to recruit one senior fellow from the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Peking University.

 

The fellowship is part-time, and is expected to last one year from 2020 to 2021. The Center will negotiate with the fellow on their individual starting date. A yearly stipend of 200,000 CNY (before tax) will be paid to the selected fellow on a monthly basis, and the fellow is expected to be aware of her/his own income tax structures.

 

The selected fellow will negotiate an agreement with the Center to contribute to the Center’s yearly programs, such as writing at least two to three short articles, organizing at least two to three events, or conducting her/his own initiatives.

 

Criteria:

  • You must be a faculty member of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Peking University.
  • You must be committed to intellectual work of the highest quality.
  • Applicants should hold the highest degree in their field of study or commensurate research expertise.

 

To Apply:

Send application materials denoted below to ChinaCenter@berggruen.org before July 20, 2020.

I. Curriculum Vitae

II. Project Statement

Your project statement (up to 1000 words) should answer two questions:

 

Question #1: What is your proposed project?

 

Concisely describe the work you plan to do during your fellowship year(s):

? Explain the specific questions and research ideas that you will explore as well as your working schedule for the entire year of your fellowship.

? Describe the public impact of your project: how will you collaborate with the Center to raise public awareness of this organization’s theme and work?

 

Question #2: What is your most important work relevant to the Center’s three core areas?

 

  • Identify your most important book, book chapter, or article and explain its importance and its relevance to the Center’s work. Explain how it corrected a misconception in the literature, how it advanced thinking in some salient way, and/or how it filled an important knowledge gap.

 

The application deadline is July 20, 2020. The Center’s Academic Advisory Board, chaired by Professor Lin Jianhua and Professor Roger T. Ames, will decide upon the awardee. The awardee will receive notification of their fellowship before August 20, 2020.

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