Andrew Lambert is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at City University of New York, College of Staten Island, and received his PhD from the University of Hawai’i. He has been a visiting scholar at Peking University and at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and was a Mombusho Scholar at Kyoto University. His research focuses primarily on ethics and Chinese thought, particularly the relationship between conceptions of moral conduct and personal attachment. His recent publications include, “Impartiality, Close Friendships and the Confucian Tradition” and “Confucian Ethics and Care: An Amicable Split?” and “Daoism and Disability: Rethinking Disability through Classical Daoist Thought.” He has completed several translations of works in Chinese philosophy, including Li Zehou’s book A History Classical Chinese Thought (中国古代思想史论).
PhD, University of Hawai'i
MA, University of Durham, UK
BA, University of Sheffield, UK
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Ethics, Comparative Philosophy, Classical Chinese Thought, Philosophy of Sport, Translation Studies
Personal Interests
I am interested in questions of cross-cultural comparison, and the relationship between classical texts and contemporary thinking and paradigms. I'm currently working on a comparative study of sport in both Western thought and its possible analogues in the Chinese social and intellectual traditions. I am a fan of the English Premier League football team Everton, and have written about the question of fandom.