The Emotions in Early Chinese Philosophy

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In China, the debate over the moral status of emotions began around the fourth century BCE, when early philosophers first began to invoke psychological categories such as the mind (xin), human nature (xing), and emotions (qing) to explain the sources of ethical authority and the foundations of knowledge about the world. Although some thinkers during this period proposed that human emotions and desires were temporary physiological disturbances in the mind caused by the impact of things in the world, this was not the account ...

The Emotions in Early Chinese Philosophy 2017, Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN-13: 9780190498818

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