Xunzi and early Chinese naturalism

SUNNY (2005)
This book situates Xunzi's philosophy in the context of early Chinese philosophy, particularly with what the author identifies as Chinese "naturalism.
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ISBN(s) 9780791461976   0791461971   079146198X
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