香港文化之終極關懷The Ultimate Concern of Hong Kong Culture

香港文化之終極關懷:

齊克果x田立克

The Ultimate Concern of Hong Kong Culture: Kierkegaard and Tillich

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By Dr. Andrew Tam, PhD in Theology and Religious Studies, University of Glasgow

粵語:10月6日 6 星期二香港時間晚上7:30至9:30

English: 13 October Tuesday HKT 7:30-9:30 pm

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近年,由於香港政局惡化,香港再次成為國際關注之對象。為了解釋香港示威、喚起大家支持,港人極力嘗試向外國人解釋港中差異。出於政治考慮,有些人聲稱香港是華夏文化的正統繼承人,有些人則宣稱香港是「中西混雜」,卻依然無法回應一核心問題:一個文化如何獨立自成一主體?個人如何組成香港人?香港文化主體性的基礎何在?

透過引入齊克果之個人主體性以及田立克「終極關懷」的概念,安德烈老師的博士論文為香港文化以至是東亞文化提供了一套建構主體性的工具,從神學、歐陸哲學與東亞哲學角度深究此議題。

Recently due to the worsening political situation, Hong Kong once again draws international attentions. To call for international supports, Hong Kongese try to explain the differences between Hong Kong and China. Due to political concerns, some declares that Hong Kong preserves the orthodox Chinese cultural heritage, while others claims that Hong Kong is a mixture of the East and the West. Nevertheless, none of them answer these questions: how can a culture form a subjectivity? How can individuals become Hong Kongese? What is the foundation of Hong Kong cultural subjectivity?

By introducing Kierkegaard’s individual subjectivity and Tillich’s ultimate concern, Dr Andrew Tam’s PhD thesis provide the answers to these questions for not only Hong Kong but also East Asian cultures from the perspectives of theology, Continental and East Asian philosophies.

 

關於九龍叢報

九龍叢報為一由Dr Andrew Tam 與幾名友人創建於2017年的雙語平台,旨在推廣香港文化、文學與哲學,以普羅大眾為對象。由於香港政局惡化,現時本網徵求更多中英之小說、詩詞及文史哲類文章投稿而非政治評論文章。雖然現時本網近九成文章為漢文,但我等仍希望逐步提盟英語文章比例。如欲投稿,請電郵至 editor.kowloondaily@gmail.com

 

About Kowloon Collectanea:

Kowloon Collectanea is a bilingual platform created by Dr Andrew Tam and his friends in 2017 which aims to promote Hong Kong culture, literature and philosophy, and targets the public audience. Due to the changes in Hong Kong political circumstances, currently the website calls for more article submissions of novels, poems, historical and philosophical writings targeting the public audience in Chinese and English rather than political commentaries. At this moment 90% of articles are in Chinese, but we hope we can gradually increase the percentage of English articles. If you are interested, please send an email to editor.kowloondaily@gmail.com