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Fred H.C. Liang: artist and Professor in the Fine Arts

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The narrative of Fred's arrival to Boston is less linear, as it is a journey that took him through the turmoil of China's Cultural Revolution, the sanctity of Midwestern Canada, the hustle of New York and finally, to the academic and cultural diversity of Boston. In in his most recent work Liang ponders the theory of “agent causation” proposed by philosopher Roderick Chisholm in 1964, which views the self as a free entity unaffected by historical events. This view contrasts with the Eastern veneration of ancestors and the value placed on sacrifice in the present for the sake of the future. To find out a bit more of Fred's art and life, just click onto the below links. http: //fredliang.com http://bit.ly/aZrW6n