Greg Reihman, Ph.D.
Lehigh University Philosophy - Reg Reihman
Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning, Director of Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning
Comparative Philosophy, Chinese Philosophy, History of Modern Philosophy, Philosophy of Technology, and Philosophy of Education


Professor Reihman's teaching and research interests includes the history of modern philosophy, classical Chinese philosophy, comparative philosophy, and philosophies of technology and education. On any given day, these interests might lead him to investigations into how Western philosophers have interpreted Eastern philosophy, into how modern philosophers critiqued and built on the works of their predecessors, into how technologies shape our view of what counts as real, or into how university teachers can best help students learn. For further information, please visit the following sites:

Professor Reihman's personal website


  • "Malebranche’s Influence on Leibniz’ Writings on China,” Philosophy East and West, 65:3 (July 2015)
  • "Malebranche and Chinese Philosophy: A Reconsideration," British Journal for the History of Philosophy 21:2 (2013)
  • “Categorically Denied: Kant’s Criticism of Chinese Philosophy,” Journal of Chinese Philosophy, 33 (2006)