Yang Hsiung

(53—18 bc)

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(53 bc–ad 18)

Chinese philosopher known for the sensible doctrine that human nature was a mixture of good and evil, avoiding the extremes of Mencius and Hsün Tzu.

Subjects: Philosophy.

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