Wai-Shun Hung studied philosophy at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and obtained his PhD in French at the University of Cambridge with a dissertation entitled "Language and Silence in Merleau-Ponty". He currently teaches philosophy at Seattle University, and his areas of interest include philosophy of art and literature, philosophy of perception and philosophy of language. His articles have appeared in journals such as Les Temps Modernes and The New Yearbok for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy.
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