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A history of Chinese philosophy,

Author: Youlan Feng; Derk Bodde
Publisher: Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1952-53.
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Feng, Youlan, 1895-1990.
History of Chinese philosophy.
Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1952-53
(OCoLC)827183818
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Youlan Feng; Derk Bodde
OCLC Number: 3583254
Notes: Vol. 1: "Second edition in English, 1952. The present English edition is reproduced without change, except for the indicated new material and corrections on pp. xxi et seq., from the translation by Mr. Bodde published in 1937."
Description: 2 volumes folded map, diagrams 25 cm
Contents: 1. The period of the philosophers from the beginnings to circe 100 B.C. --
2. The period of classical learning from the second century B.C. to the twentieth century A.D. v. 1. The Period Of The Philosophers (From The Beginnings To Circa 100 B.C.) --
A General Survey Of The Period Of The Philosophers --
Philosophical And Religious Thought Prior To Confucius --
Confucius And The Rise Of Confucianism --
Mo Tzu And The Early Mohist School --
Mencius And His School Of Confucianism --
The 'Hundred Schools' --
Lao Tzu And His School Of Taoism --
Hui Shih, Kung-Sun Lung And The Other Dialecticians --
Chuang Tzu And His School Of Taoism --
The Later Mohist School --
Hsun Tzu And His School Of Confucianism --
Han Fei Tzu And The Other Legalists --
The Confucians Of The Ch'in and Han Dynasties --
The Appendices Of The Book Of Changes And The Cosmology Of The Huai-nan-tzu --
Confucian Discussions On The Six Disciplines, And The Ultimate Triumph Of Confucianism. v. 2. The Period Of Classical Learning (From The Second Century B.C. To The Twentieth Century A.D.) --
A General Discussion Of The Period Of Classical Learning --
Tung Chung-Shu And The New Text School --
Prognostication Texts, Apocrypha, And Numerology During The Han Dynasty --
The Old Text School, And Yang Hsiung And Wang Ch'ung --
Neo-Taosim During The Period Of Disunity (Part I) --
Neo-Taoism During The Period Of Disunity (Part II) --
Buddhism And Its Critics During The Period Of Disunity --
Buddhism During the Sui And T'ang Dynasties (Part I) --
Buddhism During the Sui And T'ang Dynasties (Part II) --
The Rise Of Neo-Confucianism And Its Borrowings From Buddhism And Taoism --
Chou Tun-Yi and Shao Yung --
Chang Tsai And the Ch'eng Brothers --
Chu Hsi --
Lu Chiu-Yuan, Wang Shou-Jen, And Ming Idealism --
The Ch'ing Continuation Of Neo-Confuciansim --
The New Text School Of The Ch'ing Dynasty.
Other Titles: Zhongguo zhe xue shi.
Responsibility: by Fung Yu-lan. Translated by Derk Bodde, with introd., notes, bibliography and index.

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