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The Differences between the Abstract and the Concrete-The Aim of Wang Chong Philosophy

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Author: 周桂钿(Zhou Guidian)
ISBN: 7-01-001509-0
Original Region: China
Original Language: Simplified Chinese
Publication Date: 1996
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As an academic works, the book employs a new researching method to systematically study the philosophical thoughts of Wang Chong, a famous philosopher in the Eastern Han Dynasty. It probes from 11 respects into Wang Chong and his masterpiece “A Book on Logic”, and makes profound analyses of a series of social problems concerning the abstract and the concrete discussed in “A Book on Logic”. Furthermore, the last chapter is specifically devoted to commenting on the relevant studies made by overseas scholars.

The book puts forward many new and keen insights. The author praises Wang Chong as a great thinker with pioneering scientific spirit. The purport of Wang Chong’ philosophical thoughts is to reveal rational thinking and logical strength through differing the abstract and the concrete.

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