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Contemporary Chinese Thought 20 (2):39-47 (1988)
Last year, Mr. Liang Shuming arranged, through his own financing, for the publication by China Academia Press of a book that he had completed in the 1970s. The title of the book is Renxin yu rensheng . This spring he presented a lecture on Chinese culture for the "Symposium on Chinese Culture" lecture series sponsored by the Chinese College of Culture. These two events have captured particularly keen attention both within and outside scholastic circles. Thus, at the urging of Tang Yijie, editor-in-chief of Guoxue jikan , I visited and interviewed Liang Shuming, who is already ninety-two years old
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