Three Ways of Thought in Ancient China

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Three Ways of Thought in Ancient China - Waley, Arthur

In the fourth century BC three conflicting points of view in Chinese philosophy received classic expression: the Taoist, the Confucianist, and the "Realist." This book underscores the interplay between these three philosophies, drawing on extracts from "Chuang Tzu," "Mencius," and "Han Fei Tzu."

Three Ways of Thought in Ancient China 1956, Doubleday Books

ISBN-13: 9780385092807

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Three Ways of Thought in Ancient China 1939, Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA

ISBN-13: 9780804711692

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Three Ways of Thought in Ancient China 1939, Routledge

ISBN-13: 9780041810134

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