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Introduction to classical Chinese philosophy
AuthorVan Norden, Bryan W. (Bryan William)
Pub. LocationIndianapolis, INPublisherHackett
Date2011Phys. Desc.dig.pdf. [xvii, 271 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.]
LocationDigital ArchivesCall NumberB126.V28 2011d
Introduction to classical Chinese philosophy / Bryan W. Van Norden.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 259-264) and index.

The historical context -- Kongzi and Confucianism -- Kongzi and virtue ethics -- Mohist consequentialism -- Yang Zhu and egoism -- Mengzi and human nature -- Language and paradox in the "school of names" -- The Daodejing and mysticism -- Zhuangzi's therapeutic skepticism and relativism -- Xunzi's confucian naturalism -- Han Feizi -- Later Chinese thought -- Appendix A: hermeneutics, or how to read a text -- Appendix B: the Chinese language and writing system -- Appendix C: Kongzi as systematic philosopher.

Local access dig.pdf. [Van Norden Introduction.pdf]

Subject(s)Philosophy, Chinese--To 221 B.C.
Chinese classics--History and criticism
Chinese classics--Study and teaching
Ethics, Chinese--Sources
Virtue
Rec. TypeDigital Book (PDF)LanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute LibraryRec. #19333
ISBN9781603844697 ; 1603844694LCCN2010042112OCLC670238234