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Three Ways of Thought in Ancient China

Three Ways of Thought in Ancient China
  • Author: The Arthur Waley Estate
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • ISBN: 9781135652036
  • Page: 280
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First published in 1939. This book consists chiefly of extracts from Chuang Tzu, Mencius and Han Fei Tzu.

First published in 1939. This book consists chiefly of extracts from Chuang Tzu, Mencius and Han Fei Tzu. Chuang Tzu's appeal is to the imagination; the appeal of mencius is to the moral feelings; realism, as expounded by Han Fei Tzu, finds a close parallel in modern Totalitarianism and as a result these extracts from a book of the third century B.C. nonetheless have a very contemporary connection.


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