Yan, Jinfen Books

Jinfen Yan is the Associate Researcher and principal investigator at the University of Toronto. She obtained her Ph.D. in Philosophy from the same academic institution.

Creating a Global Dialogue on Value Inquiry: Papers From the XXII World Congress of Philosophy (rethinking Philosophy Today)
2009 0-7734-4702-4
This work examines the range of work in which value theorists are engaging in the first decade of the twenty-first century. The essays illustrate the ways in which value theorists from different parts of the world draw on an increasingly broad range of intellectual thought, including Chinese, European and African traditions.

Philosophical Meditations of Lady Wang: Ethics and Gender in Imperial China: Together with the First Translation From Chinese Into English of the plaint of Lady Wang
2013 0-7734-4349-5
This refreshing work draws upon a multitude of fields including philosophy and psychology from both the eastern and western traditions in order to construct an inclusive view of ethics and gender. The goal is to better understand the crucial role that group awareness plays in advocating support in gender justice issues. This study includes the first ever English translation of the epic 12th Century work, Plaint of Lady Wang.