The Happy Fish of the Disputers

Asian Philosophy 22 (3):239-256 (2012)
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Keywords Zhuangzi, Hui Shi, happy fish, paradox, Daoism, Mohist logic
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DOI 10.1080/09552367.2012.709361
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