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Basic writings of Mo Tzu, Hsün Tzu, and Han Fei Tzu, translated by Burton Watson.

; Xunzi, 340 B.C.-245 B.C ; Han, Fei, -233 B.C ; Watson, Burton, 1925- translator
New York, Columbia University Press, 1967.
ISBN 0231025157, 9780231025157

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Other Authors Xunzi, 340 B.C.-245 B.C.
Han, Fei, -233 B.C.
Mo, Di, active 400 B.C.
Watson, Burton, 1925-
Subjects Philosophy, Chinese.
Series Records of civilization, sources and studies ; no. 74.
UNESCO collection of representative works. Chinese series.
Description 140, 177, 135 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Han Fei Tzu: The way of the ruler -- On having standards -- The two handles -- Wielding power -- The eight villainies -- The ten faults -- The difficulties of persuasion -- Mr. Ho -- Precautions within the palace -- Facing South -- The five vermin -- Eminence in learning.
Hsün Tzu: Encouraging learning -- Improving yourself -- The regulations of a king -- Debating military affairs -- A discussion of heaven -- A discussion of music -- Dispelling obsession -- Rectifying names -- Man's nature is evil.
Mo Tzu: Honoring the worthy -- Identifying with one's superior -- Universal love -- Against offensive warfare -- Moderation in funerals -- The will of heaven -- Explaining ghosts -- Against music -- Against fatalism -- Against Confucians.
Geographic Area China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)367594
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