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Keynote Speech Ⅰ Future Society & University Education

Yong-Hak KIM
[Moderator]
Yong-Hak KIM
(President of Yonsei University)

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Dr. Yong-Hak Kim received his bachelor’s degree in sociology from Yonsei University, and his master’s and doctorate degrees in sociology from the University of Chicago in 1986. Since beginning his professorship at Yonsei University in 1987, Dr. Kim had taken various senior administrative positions, including Vice-Director of Planning, Director of Admissions, and Dean of the University College, the College of Social Sciences, and the Graduate School of Public Administration. He became the 18th President of Yonsei University in February 2016.
Recognized for his academic achievements, Dr. Kim received prestigious awards including the Yonsei University Academic Excellence Award, Gallup Outstanding Paper Award, National Academy of Sciences Outstanding Publication Award, and Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism Outstanding Publication Award. He also served on the editorial boards of the American Journal of Society and Rationality and Society, the two leading journals in sociology.

Doh-Yeon KIM
[Speech 1]
Doh-Yeon KIM
(President of Pohang University of Science and Technology(POSTECH))
  
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Dr. Yong-Hak Kim received his bachelor’s degree in sociology from Yonsei University, and his master’s and doctorate degrees in sociology from the University of Chicago in 1986. Since beginning his professorship at Yonsei University in 1987, Dr. Kim had taken various senior administrative positions, including Vice-Director of Planning, Director of Admissions, and Dean of the University College, the College of Social Sciences, and the Graduate School of Public Administration. He became the 18th President of Yonsei University in February 2016.
Recognized for his academic achievements, Dr. Kim received prestigious awards including the Yonsei University Academic Excellence Award, Gallup Outstanding Paper Award, National Academy of Sciences Outstanding Publication Award, and Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism Outstanding Publication Award. He also served on the editorial boards of the American Journal of Society and Rationality and Society, the two leading journals in sociology.

Georg KRAUSCH
[Speech 2]
Georg KRAUSCH
(President of Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz)
  
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Prof. Dr. Georg Krausch was born in Offenbach in 1961 and studied physics at the University of Konstanz from 1982 to 1988. He completed his doctorate there in 1992 as well as his habilitation in 1995, both in experimental physics. In 1996 he was appointed as a professor of physical chemistry at LMU Munich. In 1998 he transferred to the University of Bayreuth and held the position of vice president for research and junior scholars from 2003 to 2007. Dr. Krausch has published over 170 scientific papers and is a member of multiple scientific associations, such as the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft. In 2009, he was inducted as a Fellow of the American Physical Society for his academic achievements. Dr. Krausch has been the president of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz since 2007. He was elected for a third term by the university senate in December 2017.
Keynote Speech Ⅱ Future Society & Liberal Arts Education

Dong-Sung CHO
[Moderator]
Dong-Sung CHO
(President of Incheon National University)
  
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Dong-Sung Cho is 15thPresident of Incheon National University (INU), which is one of the two incorporated national universities in Korea along with Seoul National University (SNU). He was Professor of Strategy, International Business, Management Design, and Sustainability Management at SNU during 1978-2014, and Professor of Strategy at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) in Beijing, China during 2014-2016.
He received a doctoral degree from Harvard Business School in 1976, and worked at Boston Consulting Group in Boston, Massachusetts and Gulf Oil Corporation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania before joining SNU in 1978. He was a visiting professor at Harvard Business School, University of Michigan, Boston University, Duke University, INSEAD, Helsinki School of Economics (now Aalto University), University of Sydney, the University of Tokyo, Hitotsubashi University, Peking University, Zhejiang University, and Nankai University.

Dong-Hyun SON
[Speech 1]
Dong-Hyun SON
(Vice President of Daejeon Univeristy)
  
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Prof. Son, Dong-Hyun studied philosophy at Seoul National University (receiving M.A.) and further philosophy, pedagogy and moral theology at Gutenberg Uni. in Mainz, Germany, received Ph.D. in philosophy. After returning home he took the professorship at Sung Kyun Kwan University, where he contributed to founding the University College and worked as its Dean. He was invited to Daejeon University as Chair Professor after retirement from Sung Kyun Kwan University. He served as President of several academic societies, e.g. the Korean Philosophical Association, the Korean Society for General Education, the Korean National Institute of General Education. He worked also as a member of council of the Korean Research Foundation. He is now working as Vice President of Daejeon University and as a member of council of POSCO Educational Foundation. He published philosophical works such as World and Spirit, Ontological Understanding of the World and many other articles on ontological issues.

Lynn PASQUERELLA
[Speech 2]
Lynn PASQUERELLA
(President of AAC&U)

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Lynn Pasquerella was appointed president of the Association of American Colleges and Universities in 2016, after serving as the eighteenth president of Mount Holyoke College from 2010-2-16. Pasquerella was the provost at the University of Hartford, from 2008 to 2010, and was the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Rhode Island, where she began her career as an ethics professor in 1985. A philosopher whose work has combined teaching and scholarship with local and global engagement, Pasquerella is committed to championing liberal education, access to excellence in higher education, and civic engagement. She has written extensively on medical ethics, metaphysics, public policy, and the philosophy of law and is the host of Northeast Public Radio’s The Academic Minute. Pasquerella is a member of the advisory Board of the Newman’s Own Foundation, sits on the boards of the Lingnan Foundation and the National Humanities Alliance and is president of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. She is a graduate of Quinebaug Valley Community College, Mount Holyoke College and Brown University. In addition, she has received honorary doctorates from Elizabethtown University and Bishop’s University.

Panayiotis KANELOS
[Speech 3]
Panayiotis KANELOS
(President of St. John’s College)

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Panayiotis (Pano) Kanelos is the 24th President of St. John’s College, Annapolis. After earning degrees from Northwestern University (BA), Boston University (MA), and the University of Chicago (PhD), he taught at Stanford University, the University of San Diego, and Loyola University Chicago. He served most recently as dean of Christ College, the Honors College of Valparaiso University. An outspoken advocate for liberal education, he oversaw the Lilly Fellows Program in Humanities and the Arts, comprising a network of more than 100 colleges and universities. Among the earliest participants in the Teach for America program, President Kanelos is as passionate about teaching as he is about writing and scholarship. He founded the Cropper Center for Creative Writing at the University of San Diego and is a noted Shakespeare scholar, having served as the resident Shakespearean in the Old Globe MFA Program and the founding director of the Interdisciplinary Shakespeare Studies Program at Loyola University Chicago.
Session 1 Changes in Concepts of Liberal Arts Education

Heisook KIM
[Moderator]
Heisook KIM
(President of Ewha Womans University)

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2017-Present, President, Ewha Womans University
1987-Present, Professor, Department of Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts, Ewha Womans University
Education
- Ph.D. : Philosophy, University of Chicago, 1987 (Dissertation: Transcendental Arguments, Objectivity and the Nature of Philosophic Inquiry) - M.A. : Philosophy and Christian Studies, Ewha Womans University, 1979 - B.A. : English Language and Literature, Ewha Womans University, 1976
Professional Positions
- 2013-Present, Committee Director, International Federation of Philosophical Societies (FISP) - 2014-Present, Board Member, International Association of Women (IAPh) - 2017- Present, Chairperson, Policy Committee of the Ministry of Justice - 2017- Present, Member, Advisory Committee of the Constitutional Court- 2017- Present, Chairperson, Commission on University Ethics - 2018- Present, Member of the Board of Trustees, Korean Council for University Education

Samuel ABRAHAM
[Presentation 1]
Samuel ABRAHAM
(Executive Director of European Consortium of Liberal Arts and Science(ECOLAS) / Rector of Bratislava International School of Liberal Arts, Slovakia)
  
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Studied International relations at the University of Toronto (IR and Economics minor) and at Carleton University in Ottawa where he obtained PhD in Comparative Politics and Political Philosophy in 2001. Between 1990 and 2003, he taught political science at Comenius University in Bratislava. Since 1996, he is the publisher and editor-in-chief of journal Kritika & Kontext published in English and Slovak (www.kritika.sk). In 2006, he founded Bratislava International School of Liberal Education (BISLA) where he serves as a Professor and rector (www.bisla.sk). He is co-founder (2008) and Executive director of ECOLAS -- European Consortium of Liberal Arts and Sciences which is a network of over twenty liberal arts colleges, schools and programs in Europe (www.ecolas.eu). As the President of BISLA, he has been part of Global Liberal Arts Alliance (GLAA). He is author of three books: “An Attempt to Analyze Slovak Society” (2002), "A Crisis of European Identity" (2012) and "Slovakia: Pure Theory vs. Political Reality" (2012). Recent articles dealing with liberal arts education are: BISLA and ECOLAS: Hubs of the Liberal Arts in Europe (AUC Press, 2017) and Liberal Arts to Rescue Bachelor Degree in Europe (Rodopi Press, Amsterdam, 2018).

Masayuki TERANISHI
[Presentation 2]
Masayuki TERANISHI
(President of JAILA / Professor of University of Hyogo)
  
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Masayuki Teranishi is Professor at the School of Human Science and Environment, the University of Hyogo, Japan. He holds an MEd from Okayama University, an MA from the University of Nottingham, and a PhD from the University of Leeds. His current interests lie in stylistics, specifically in the study of prose fiction and cognitive, pedagogical, and communicative stylistics. His recent publications include Polyphony in Fiction: A Stylistic Analysis of Middlemarch, Nostromo, and Herzog (Peter Lang, 2008), Britain Today: Old Certainties, New Contradictions (Cengage Learning, 2009, co-author), Rock UK: A Cultural History of Popular Music in Britain (Cengage Learning, 2012, co-author), Literature and Language Learning in the EFL Classroom (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, co-editor), Scientific Approaches to Literature in Learning Environments (John Benjamins, 2016, co-author), and Stylistics(Routledge, 2017, co-author). He is the chair of the Japan Association of International Liberal Arts (JAILA) and the Japanese Ambassador for the Poetics and Linguistics Association (PALA).

Hasuk SONG
[Discussion 1]
Hasuk SONG
(Professor of Ajou University)

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Session 2 Supremacy of Liberal Arts Education

Sung Ik KIM
[Moderator]
Sung Ik KIM
(President of Sahmyook University)

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Education
2005.02. Ph.D. in Mission and Ministry, Andrews University, USA
1991.10. M.Th. in Pastoral Theology, AIIAS, Philippines
1985.08. B.A. in Theology, Sahmyook University, Korea
Professional Career
2018. – Current. Senior vice-President of Korean Association of Private Universities
2017. – Current. Vice-President of Korea Association of Accredited Theological Schools
2016. – Current. A Board member of Korean University Council for Social Service
2016. – Current. Member of Admission Screening Committee at Korean Council for University Education
2016. – Current. President of Sahmyook University
2014. – Current. Member of SDA Biblical Research Institute

Murray PRATT
[Presentation 1]
Murray PRATT
(Dean of Amsterdam University College)
  
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Murray Pratt joined Amsterdam University College in February 2016 as Dean. He also holds a chair at the University of Amsterdam as Professor of Contemporary Cultural and Literary Studies. Murray obtained a M.A.(Hons) from the University of Glasgow, also studied at the Universities of Lyon and Coventry, and holds a D. Phil. in Modern and Medieval Languages and Literature from the University of Oxford. He has published on cinema, literature and culture. From 2010 to 2015, he was Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities at Nottingham Trent University, where he also held a chair in French and International Studies. Prior to this, he was Deputy Director of the Institute for International Studies.
Murray has developed innovative pathways for students with civic and cultural partners, including galleries, museums and media companies, and supported the launch of Nottingham’s National Videogame Arcade and television station, Notts TV. His pioneering work involving students in an online graphic novel about Nottingham’s literary history was awarded the 2015 Guardian prize for teaching excellence. He engages nationally and internationally in the development of contemporary liberal arts and his educational interests include city-learning, civic engagement, and internationalisation in higher education, with a particular emphasis on the development of field trip labs, in-country studies and global studies.

Paul STERZEL
[Presentation 2]
Paul STERZEL
(Managing Director of University College Freiburg)
  
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Paul-Henning Sterzel has a dual US-American and German background. After his studies (1995-2001) in Political Science, Economics, and History in Freiburg (Germany) and Rennes (France), he worked (2002-2009) in research projects on science and technology policy and globalization at the Technical University and the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (Germany). This academic work raised his interest in the practical aspects of science and higher education management and university governance in general. As Personal Consultant to the Vice-President for Academic Affairs at the University of Freiburg (2010-2015), he was involved in the breadth of academic affairs of an excellent and internationally oriented research university. One of his responsibilities was the design and establishment of University College Freiburg (UCF). In 2012 he took on the position of Managing Director at UCF. As such, his responsibilities cover infrastructure, finance, and human resources. Together with the UCF Academic Director and Board, he is also responsible for the daily affairs and strategic development of the College.

Hong Jun YOO
[Presentation 3]
Hong Jun YOO
(Dean of University College of Sungkyunkwan University)
  
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Prof. Hong Joon Yoo has been a professor of Sociology in Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) since 1989 after he received a Ph.D. degree from State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1988. He is serving as a Dean of University College in SKKU for 8 years and now acting as a President of Board Committee for KONIGE. He worked as a member of Advisory Committee for Korea Ministry of Education(2005) and of National Youth Council(2007). He also served as a Chairperson of National Council of General Education for Korean Universities(2015). He was endowed a Commendation from President of Korea on Teachers’ Day in 2017.
He has wrote several books including , , , and . He also published 63 academic articles including “The research trends and tasks of sociology of organizations”, “Korean occupational status index”, “Occupational structure in China and Its HRD policy implications: Compared with Korea”.

Seok Min HONG
[Discussion 1]
Seok Min HONG
(Director of the Research Institute for Liberal Education of Yonsei University)

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Since 2017 professor Hong, Seok Min is working as the first Director of the Research Institute for Liberal Education, the University College of Yonsei University, teaching western history at the same College. Prof. Hong, having graduated from the History Department of Yonsei University and its Graduate School, received his doctoral degree in the field of Western History from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 2003. He served as both the Chief Editor and the Ethics Chairman of the Korean Society of British History, an editor of the Korean Society for Western History, and various committee members of the Korean Institute for Curriculum and Evaluation, the National Research Council for Economics, Humanities and Social Sciences, the Curriculum Council of the Ministry of Education, and the Korea Textbook Research Foundation. Now, in addition to the Director mentioned above, he is also working as a board member of the OI-SU Foundation of Korea-Japan Scholarship Association, a consultant of the Korea National Institute for General Education, and a board member of the Korean Association of General Education.
Prof. Hong wrote thirty works or so about British political(-cultural) history and social policy history including <>, , and .
Session 3 Management and Assessment of Liberal Arts Education

Junseong HWANG
[Moderator]
Junseong HWANG
(President of Soongsil University)

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President of Soongsil University
Board member of Korean Council for University Education
Vice chairman of Korean Association of Private University Presidents
Chairman of Advancement of College Education Consortium
Ph.D. in Economics at Free University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany (Oct. 1992)
M.A. in Economics at Free University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany(Feb. 1988)
B.A. in Economics at Soongsil University, Seoul, Korea(Feb. 1978)

LEUNG Mei Yee
[Presentation 1]
LEUNG Mei Yee
(Director of University General Education of the Chinese University of Hong Kong)
  
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Leung Mei Yee graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and gained her Mâtrise and Docteur-en-Histoire from Université de Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne) in France. She has served the Office of University General Education in CUHK since 1999. Associate Director from 1999 to 2012, she has helped to devise and implement vigorous quality assurance mechanism in the general education offerings. Since 2008, she has also taken charge of developing General Education Foundation Programme (GEF) as Programme Director. GEF is a core-text programme including two courses required of all undergraduates of CUHK. The two courses, namely In Dialogue with Nature and In Dialogue with Humanity, are interdisciplinary in nature and cross-cultural in orientation, requiring students to read excerpts of Chinese and world classics and to reflect on perennial problems of common concerns. Director of University General Education since 2012, she led the GEF team to win in 2015 Exemplary Program Award for Improvement of General Education conferred by the Association of General and Liberal Studies (AGLS) in USA. The achievements of the team has also been recognized by UGC Education Award 2016 presented by the Hong Kong University Grants Committee, and University Education Award 2016 by CUHK.

Jinghuan SHI
[Presentation 2]
Jinghuan SHI
(Professor and Chair of the Academic Committee in the institute of Tsinghua University)
  
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Dr. Shi Jinghuan is a professor and the Chair of the Academic Committee of the Institute of Education,Tsinghua University. She also works as the Deputy Chair of the Special Committee of Institutional Research, China Association of Higher Education, the Deputy Chair of the Special Committee of Higher Education Evaluation, China Association of Higher Education. She is an Honorary Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Manchester, UK. 2012-2017; an Oversea Auditor, Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA),Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), 2008-2014; an International Board Member of the University Quality Assurance, Dubai Knowledge and Human Development Authority. 2015-2020. She was a Fulbright Scholar at the College of Education, University of Maryland, USA., 1996;
Dr. She Jinghuan has a broad academic publication in higher education, international and comparative education, particular in the field of college student learning and assessment. She has been a team leader in the national largest student survey project called China College Student Survey (CCSS) for 10 years and is currently working as a PI for a national key research project on the assessment of World-Class University Construction Project.

Young-Jun LEE
[Discussion 1]
Young-Jun LEE
(Dean of Humanitas College of Kyung Hee University)

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Young-Jun Lee, Dean of Humanitas College at Kyung Hee University, edits Azalea: Journal of Korean Literature and Culture, published yearly by the Korean Institute, Harvard University. He has taught at various schools, including UC Berkeley, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Harvard University before returning to Seoul. He published Collected Original Manuscripts of Kim Suyŏng’s Poetry (2009), Collected Works of Kim Suyŏng’s Poetry and Prose (2 vols., 2018) and edited several core course textbooks in the liberal arts program at the Kyung Hee University. His research focuses on the history of modern Korean literature.
Session 4 Liberal Arts Education and Right Human Resource for Businesses

Deog-Seong OH
[Moderator]
Deog-Seong OH
(President of Chungnam National University)

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Prof. Deog-Seong Oh is currently President and had served as professor at Chungnam National University (CNU), Daejeon, Korea. He is also the chairman of council of National University Presidents (41 Member Universities) and Senior Vice President, Korean Council for University Education (238 Member Universities), Korea. He received Ph.D at Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany in 1989 and Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, Bloomfield College, New Jersey, USA.
His research interests are on regional innovation policies with Science City, Climate change and regional development, urban regeneration, etc. He has published about 200 papers at various international & national journals on those topics. He has also published 12 books on Technopolis (Springer, 2014), Technopolis in global context (WTA, 2002), Carbon Neutral City (Kimundang, 2015).

Kim Yoonjoo
[Presentation 1]
Yunjoo KIM
(Partner and Managing Director of Boston Consulting Group)

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Yunjoo is a Partner and Managing Director at the BCG Seoul office. During his tenure in BCG, he has extensive consulting experience in various Finance sectors, ranging from retail banking, wealth and asset management to payment and corporate banking. Regarding topics, he has led various projects including growth strategy, business model innovation, PMI and recently more focused on digital transformation and digital HR development. Previously, Mr. Kim worked for Financial Institutions Group at UBS Investment Bank, Hong Kong and led multiple M&A transactions across Asia. Also he worked for Woongjin Group as the Group CFO.
He holds a bachelor's degree from Yonsei University and MBA from Harvard Business School.

Hyunho SHIN
[Presentation 2]
Hyunho SHIN
(Former Senior Vice President of Printing Solution Division of Samsung Electronics)

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Bachelor’s degree from Yonsei Univ. in 1987 (Major: Political Science, 2ndMajor:Economics)
Worked at Samsung Electronics for 27 years in HR team.
- Assigned recruiting/Staffing and Global HR leader
- Dispatched two times in USA as a Global Recruiting Officer
- Worked for 4 years as a Head of HR in Printing Solution Business.
Worked at HP Printing Korea for 2years as a Head of HR team
- Responsible for Integration two Organizations of Samsung Electronics ‘s Printing Business and HP
Working for IMI Consulting as a Consultant in HR part.

Jung-ha PARK
[Discussion 1]
Jung-Ha PARK
(Director of the Institute of General Education of Sungkyunkwan University)

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Prof. Park, Jung-Ha received Ph.D. in philosophy at Seoul National University and has been a professor of University Writing at Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) since 2005. He is serving as the Director of the Institute of General Education at SKKU and a consultant of Korea National Institute for General Education. He is also working as a board member of the Academia for philosophy, an institution that provides philosophical lectures to the public. His research focuses on critical thinking, university writing, liberal education for the future and philosophy education for citizens.
Round Table Strategy of Liberal Arts Education

Sung Ki HONG
[Moderator]
Sung Ki HONG
(Chairman of the Korean Association of General Education)

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Professional Experience
- 2017- present The Korean Association of General Education, Chair
- 2011-present Ajou University, Dasan University College Philosophy, Professor
- 2001-2011 Ajou University Philosophy, Project Professor
- 1993-2000 Musée de Seoul, Chief Curator
Education & Qualification
- 1975-1081 BA. Seoul National University, College of Humanities, German Language & Literature
- 1982-1983 University of Freiburg, Germany
- 1983-1991 MA. Ludwig Maximilians University Munich, Germany Philosophy, Literature and Logic
- 1991-1993 Ph. D. Saarland University, Germany Philosophy, Literature and Logic
Interests : Buddhistic Philosophy, Logic and Psychopathology, Philosophy of Art,
Books
- Logic of Nagarjuna
- Buddhism and Analytic Philosophy
- Time and Boundaries
Thesis
- “Gödel's incompleteness theorem: a proven myth?”
- “Dedekind’s Cut, tertium non datur and Relation”
- “A Logical Reconstuction of the Language Acquisition Process on the basis of the Dependent Origination(Pratītyasamutpāda)”
- “A reconstruction of Pratītyasamutpāda from a constructive point of view” etc.
Awards : The 1st Wonhyoe Academic Award(2010)

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