Individualism and Holism: Studies in Confucian and Taoist Values

Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan (1985)
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Keywords Individualism Congresses  Holism Congresses  Philosophy, Confucian Congresses  Philosophy, Taoist Congresses
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Call number B824.I53 1985
ISBN(s) 089264057X   0892640588
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