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A source book in Chinese philosophy / translated and compiled by Wing-tsit Chan.

1st Princeton pbk. ed.. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, [1969] .
ISBN 9780691019642, 0691019649

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Subjects China.
Chinese filosofie.
Philosophy -- China -- History -- Sources.
Philosophy, Chinese.
Description xxv, 856 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Anthology tracing the entire history of Chinese philosophy from Confucianism to contemporary Communism.
Contents Dynamic idealism in Wang Yangming -- The materialism of Wang Fuzhi -- Practical Confucianism in Yan Yuan -- Dai Zhen's Philosophy of Principle as Order -- Kang Youwei's Philosophy of Great Unity -- The Philosophy of Humanity (Ren) in Tan Sitong -- Zhang Dongsun's Theory of Knowledge -- The New Rationalistic Confucianism: Fung-Yu-lan -- The New Idealistic Confucianism: Xiong Shili -- Chinese philosophy in Communist China.
The growth of humanism -- The humanism of Confucius -- Idealistic Confucianism: Mencius -- Moral and social programs: the Great Learning -- Spiritual dimensions: the Doctrine of the Mean -- Naturalistic Confucianism: Xun Zi -- The natural way of Lao Zi -- The mystical way of Zhuang Zi -- Mo Zi's doctrines of universal love, heaven, and social welfare -- Debates on metaphysical concepts: the Logicians -- The Yin Yang school -- Legalism -- The philosophy of change -- Yin Yang Confucianism: Dong Zhongshu -- Taoistic Confucianism: Yang Xiong -- The naturalism of Wang Chong -- The Taoism of Huainan zi -- Negative Taoism in the Lie Zi -- Neo-Taoism -- The seven early Buddhist schools -- Sengzhao's doctrine of reality.
The Philosophy of Emptiness: Jizang of the Three-Treatise School -- Buddhist idealism: Xuanzang of the Consciousness-Only School -- The Tiantai Philosophy of Perfect Harmony -- The One-and-All Philosophy: Fazang of the Huayan School -- The Zen (Chan) School of Sudden Enlightenment -- The revival of Confucianism: Han Yu and Li Ao -- The Neo-Confucian metaphysics -- The numerical and objective tendencies in Shao Yong -- Zhang Cai's philosophy of material force -- The idealistic tendency in Cheng Hao -- The rationalistic tendency in Cheng Yi -- The unity of mind and principle in Lu Xiangshan -- The great synthesis in Zhu Xi.
Genre History.
Geographic Area China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1172264
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WorldCat Identities Chan, Wing-tsit, 1901-1994,
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