A short history of Chinese philosophy
This is a chronicle of Chinese thought from the third millennium sage-kings to the 1911 overthrow of the oldest monarchical system in the world. The book illuminates the most commonly known schools of Confuciansim and Taoism, and it acquaints readers with Mohism, Yin-Yang, Legalism, Neo-Taosim, Neo-Confucianism, and the introduction of Western philosophy.
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THE BACKGROUND OF CHINESE PHILOSOPHY
THE ORIGIN OF THE SCHOOLS
CONFUCIUS THE FIRST TEACHER
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