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The Theory of the Unity of Knowing and Doing in Chinese Philosophical History

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Author: 方克立(Fang Keli)
ISBN: 7-01-002633-5
Original Region: China
Original Language: Simplified Chinese
Publication Date: 1982
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This book has systematically expounded and analysed the theory of the unity of knowing and doing in Chinese philosophical history. It’s divided into several parts, which are including the Pre-Qin times; the Han, Sui and the Tang Dynasties; the Song and Ming Dynasties; the Qing Dynasty and the modern times. In addition, it emphatically introduces the theories of knowing and doing advanced by different philosophers and scholars, such as Confucius, Mencius, Lao Zi, Zhuang Zi, Mo Zi, Xun Kuang, Han Fei, Dong Zhongshu, Wang Chong, Cheng Yi, Zhu Xi, Wang Yangming, Wang Fuzhi, Yan Yuan, Tan Sitong, Sun Yat Sen and of all the sects of Buddhism. Clear arrangement and an easy and fluent style of writing characterize the book.

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