Special topic: Creativity in christianity and confucianism

By focusing on the Confucian ideal of forming one body with Heaven, Earth, and myriad things, I argue that the distinctive feature of Chinese cosmology is not the absence of cosmogonist concerns, but faith in the interconnectedness of all modalities of being as the result of the continuous creativity of the cosmic process
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Frederick W. Mote (1972). Intellectual Foundations of China. Philosophy East and West 22 (3):335-336.

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