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Chinese Philosophy

Bryan W. Van Norden

in Philosophy

ISBN: 9780195396577
Published online August 2011 | | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/obo/9780195396577-0141
Chinese Philosophy

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Chinese philosophy is every bit as ancient, as diverse, and as profound as all of Western philosophy. Confucianism, Daoism (Taoism), and Buddhism are traditionally referred to as the “Three Teachings” of Chinese philosophy and religion, but this simple categorization ignores the variety found within and outside each movement. This bibliography covers only some of the most influential and philosophically interesting figures and texts, and is limited to translations and secondary works in English. Most romanizations of Chinese words are given in Pinyin, but names frequently encountered in the older Wade-Giles system are included in parentheses.

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Subjects: Philosophy ; Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art ; Epistemology ; Feminist Philosophy ; History of Western Philosophy ; Metaphysics ; Moral Philosophy ; Non-Western Philosophy ; Philosophy of Language ; Philosophy of Law ; Philosophy of Mathematics and Logic ; Philosophy of Mind ; Philosophy of Religion ; Philosophy of Science ; Social and Political Philosophy

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