A short history of Chinese philosophy, edited by Derk Bodde.

; Bodde, Derk, 1909-2003
New York, Macmillan Company, 1948.

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Other Authors Bodde, Derk, 1909-2003.
Subjects China.
Chinese filosofie.
Philosophie -- Chine -- Histoire.
Philosophie chinoise.
Philosophy, Chinese.
Description xx, 368 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1948.
Notes A shorter version of the author's A history of Chinese philosophy.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 343-349).
Summary A Short History of Chinese Philosophy is the result of a collaboration between two distinguished scholars of Chinese philosophy, Fung Yu-lan and Derk Bodde, to adapt to Dr. Fung's monumental two-volume History of Chinese Philosophy for the Western reader. In addition, to the more commonly known school of Confucianism and Taoism, Dr. Fung accounts for the Mohist School, the Yin-Yang School, the Legalist School, Neo-Taoism, Neo-Confucianism, and the introduction of Western philosophy. Special attention is devoted to Chinese political philosophy and recent Chinese thought.
Contents The spirit of Chinese philosophy -- The background of Chinese philosophy -- The origin of the schools -- Confucius, the first teacher -- Mo Tzu, the first opponent of Confucius -- The first phase of Taoism : Yang Chu -- The idealistic wing of Confucianism : Mencius -- The school of names -- The second phase of Taoism : Lao Tzu -- The third phase of Taoism : Chuang Tzu -- The later Mohists -- The Yin-Yang school and early Chinese cosmology -- The realistic wing of Confucianism : Hsun Tzu -- Han Fei Tzu and the legalist school -- Confucianist metaphysics -- World politics and world philosophy -- Theorizer of the Han empire : Tung Chung-Shu -- The ascendancy of Confucianism and revival of Taoism -- Neo-Taoism : the rationalists -- Neo-Taoism : the sentimentalists -- The foundation of Chinese Buddhism -- The philosophy of science -- Neo-Confucianism : the cosmologists -- Neo-Confucianism : the beginning of the two schools -- Neo-Confucianism : the school of universal mind -- The introduction of western philosophy -- Chinese philosophy in the modern world.
Geographic Area China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)225901
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WorldCat Identities Feng, Youlan, 1895-1990.
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