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Zemian Zheng, Associate professor of philosophy at the School of Philosophy at Wuhan University, received a Ph.D. in philosophy from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (2011). Then he went to Freie Universität Berlin twice to conduct two independent postdoctoral research projects for two years at Dahlem Humanities Center and the Department of Philosophy. Thereafter he returned to work at Wuhan University. He has been working on two projects: first, Song-Ming Neo-Confucian notions and theories of sincerity (cheng) and self-deception, with special focus on Zhu Xi and Wang Yangming; and second, Song-Ming Neo-Confucian notions and theories of love, ren (humanity/benevolence), and oneness or forming-one-body (yi ti), with special focus on Cheng Hao, Zhu Xi, and Wang Yangming.