Kah Kyung Cho

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Cho.
Kah Kyung Cho
Hangul 조가경
Hanja 曺街京[1]
Revised Romanization Jo Gagyeong
McCune–Reischauer Cho Kagyǒng

Kah Kyung Cho (born 1927) is an American philosopher.[1] He specializes in phenomenology, hermeneutics, contemporary German philosophy, and East-West comparative philosophy. He has worked with continental philosophers such as Martin Heidegger and Hans-Georg Gadamer. He currently teaches at State University of New York.

Education and career[edit]

Cho graduated from Seoul National University in South Korea in 1952, and then went to the University of Heidelberg in Germany to pursue a Ph.D., completing it in 1957. He became a professor at SUNY in 1971, and since then has also served as a visiting professor at a number of institutions including the University of Bochum in Germany and Osaka University in Japan.[2]

Selected publications[edit]

The following is a partial list of publications by Kah-Kyung Cho.[3]

  • Philosophy and Science in Phenomenological Perspective (ed.), Phaenomenologica 95, Dordrecht 1984
  • Bewusstsein und Natursein, Phänomenologischer West-Ost Diwan, Freiburg 1987 (Japanese translation, 1994)
  • Phänomenologie der Natur (ed.), Freiburg, 1999
  • Phänomenologie in Korea (ed.), Freiburg, 2001.

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