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Division of General Studies
Huiyuhl Yi

Assistant professor / UNIST


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Name Huiyuhl Yi
School Division of General Studies
Title Assistant Professor

Phone(+82-52-217-) 2021
E-mail huiyuhl@unist.ac.kr
Homepage http://huiyuhl.unist.ac.kr

Curriculum Vitae

2010~Present : Assistant Professor, UNIST
2010~2011 : Visiting Scholar, Rutgers University
2010 : Ph.D.Philosophy, University of California, Santa Barbara
2004 : M.A. Philosophy, Yonsei University
2001~2004 : Full-time Instructor, Korea Air Force Academy


Areas of Specialization : Metaphysics(esp. Personal Identity, and Metaphysics of Death)
Areas of Competence : Philosophy of Mind, Epistemology, Ethics, Logic



1.“Delayed Fission and the Standard Psychological View of Personal Identity,” Organon F, Vol. 20, No. 2 (2013). (A&HCI, SCOPUS, The Philosopher’s Index)
2.“Brueckner and Fischer on the Evil of Death,” Philosophia , Vol. 40, No. 2 (2012). (A&HCI, SCOPUS, EBSCO, The Philosopher’s Index)

3.“Non-branching Clause,” Metaphysica, Vol. 11, No.2 (2010). (SCOPUS, EBSCO, The Philosopher’s Index)

4.“A Reply to ‘Wittgenstein, Contradiction, and Color’,” Philosophical Analysis, Vol. 16 (2007). (KCI)

5.“A Study on Wittgenstein’s Color-exclusion Problem,” Philosophy, Vol. 74 (2003). (KCI)


1.“Against Psychological Sequentialism,” Korean Society for Analytic Philosophy (Fall 2011)
2.“Fischer on the Principle of Possible Prevention,” Korean Society for Analytic Philosophy (Summer 2011)

3.“Why Prenatal Nonexistence is Bad, But Not As Bad As Death,” Korean Society for Analytic Philosophy (Fall 2010)

4.“Why Prenatal Nonexistence Is Bad, But Not As Bad As Death,” New Jersey Regional Philosophical Association, Montclair State University (Fall 2009)

5.“Parfit’s R,” The 11th Southern California Philosophy Conference, California State University, Northridge (Fall 2007)

6.“Van Inwagen and Fischer on Moral Responsibility and Freedom,” Southwest Graduate Conference in Philosophy, Arizona State University (Spring 2007)

AWARDS / HONORS / Memberships

•National Research Foundation of Korea Grant for Young Researchers
(“Philosophical Studies of Personal Identity and Death,” 2013)
•Best Lecturer Award (UNIST, 2011)

•National Research Foundation of Korea Award for Excellent Papers
(“Non-branching Clause,” 2011)

•Ralph W. Church Fellowship (UCSB, 2005-2006)

•Fulbright Graduate Study Awards (Korean-American Educational Commission, 2004-2006)

•Member of American Philosophical Association

•Member of the Editorial Board of Korean Association for Studies of Philosophical Thought

•Member of Korean Society for Analytic Philosophy


Huiyuhl Yi