Qi Feng Lin is a PhD candidate in environmental ethics at McGill University's Department of Natural Resource Sciences and School of Environment. He is studying the concept of the self in United States forestry during the Progressive era. To formulate an ecologically sound concept of the self, he is studying the writings of Aldo Leopold and the ancient Chinese thinker, Zhuangzi. His research interests include environmental history, environmental literature, narrative ethics, and Daoist thought.
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