Wang Ch'ung's Anti-Confucian Struggle

Contemporary Chinese Thought 7 (4):57-68 (1976)
Wang Ch'ung, a materialist of the early Eastern Han period, was a progressive thinker who publicly raised the militant banner of "attacking Confucius" and "criticizing Mencius."
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