The Concept of Man in Early China

Volume 6
Donald J. Munro
With a New Foreword by Liu Xiaogan
A classic study of Chinese philosophy

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Hailed at its first release as "exceptional among studies of Chinese philosophy," a work "combining philosophical acumen with sinological competence that raises the study of early Chinese thought to a new level of sophistication," The Concept of Man in Early China remains a staple in the study of early Chinese civilization. Addressing the very roots of Chinese culture and thought, this path-breaking work frequently compares conceptsfrom the Confucian and Taoist traditions with those from Western classical philosophy. Donald J. Munro clearly identifies key ideas about human nature and links these ideas within the intellectual universe of classical China.

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  • 6 x 9.
  • 296pp.
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  • Paper
  • 2001
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  • 978-0-89264-151-2

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