CHONG-MING LIM

I am a postgraduate student in Philosophy at University College London. I am also a Teaching Assistant (on study leave) with the Philosophy Group, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore).
My research interests centre on topics in political philosophy and ethics.
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Email:
uctycml@ucl.ac.uk
cm.lim@ntu.edu.sg
Links:
Academia.edu
Philpapers

PUBLICATIONS
Journal articles

  • 2017 (forthcoming). ‘Re-examining resistances to reconceptualising disability’. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (from Joint Session 2016).
  • 2016. ‘An incomplete inclusion of non-cooperators in a Rawlsian theory of justice’. Res Philosophica 93(4): 893-920. (link | draft)
  • 2016 (with Michael C. Dunn and Jacqueline Chin). ‘Clarifying the best interests standard: The elaborative and enumerative strategies in public policy-making’. Journal of Medical Ethics 42: 542-549. (link | draft)
  • 2015. ‘Accommodating autistics and treating autism: Can we have both?’ Bioethics 29(8): 564-572. (link | draft)

Book chapters

  • (forthcoming) ‘Public reason, consensus, and compromise’. In Manuel Knoll, Stephen Snyder & Nurdane Şimşek (eds.), New Perspectives on Distributive Justice: Deep Disagreements, Pluralism, and the Problem of Consensus. De Gruyter Press.

PRESENTATIONS

  • (forthcoming) ‘Plural justifications for public reason’. MANCEPT Workshops: Theories of Public Reason. 11-13 September 2017.
  • ‘Re-examining resistances to reconceptualising disability’
    • Postgraduate Session, The Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and Mind Association. Cardiff University. 8-10 July 2016. (abstract)
    • The Society for Applied Philosophy Annual Conference 2016. Queen’s University, Belfast. 1-3 July 2016.
  • ‘The interests of the never-competent reconsidered’. Ethox Centre, Oxford University. 23 June 2014.
  • ‘Respecting autistics and preventing autism’
    • The Society for Applied Philosophy Annual Conference 2014. St. Anne’s College, Oxford University. 27-29 June 2014.
    • Uehiro Centre, Oxford University. 19 June 2014.
    • Reconceptualising Mental “Illness” Symposium (AISB-50 Conference). Goldsmiths, University of London. 3-4 April 2014. Sponsored by the Society for Applied Philosophy Postgraduate Travel Grant.
  • ‘The problem of considered moral judgements’. Australasian Association of Philosophy Conference. University of Queensland, Brisbane. 7-12 July 2013.
  • ‘Different persons: Linking Personhood and justice in Rawls and Nussbaum’. Pluralism and Conflict Conference. Fatih University, Istanbul. 6-8 June 2013.
  • ‘On thought experiments’. Graduate Seminar Series. National University of Singapore. 27 Mar 2012.

 

Last updated: 18 July 2017.