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  1. Jiang Wu (2006). Knowledge for What? The Buddhist Concept of Learning in the Śūragama Sūtra. Journal of Chinese Philosophy 33 (4):491–503.
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  2. Jiang Wu (2006). Knowledge for What? The Buddhist Concept of Learning in the SuRa Gama Sutra. Journal of Chinese Philosophy 33 (4):491-503.
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  3. Jianguo Wu (2006). A Guide for Spatial Analysis in Ecology. BioScience 56 (11):938-939.
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  4. Jiang Wu (2003). Buddhist Logic and Apologetics in 17th Century China: An Analysis of the Use of Buddhist Syllogisms in an Anti-Christian Polemic. Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy 2 (2):273-289.
    A glimpse of the new application of Buddhist logic in the seventeenth century leads us to reflect about our approach to logic in a given religious tradition: Should we isolate a logical system from the very context that has given rise to the genesis and development of such an intellectual apparatus? Methodologically, we do have the legitimate right to approach Buddhist logic from a purely logical point of view. However, when we study the actual use of Buddhist logic in the (...)
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  5. Jiang Wu & S. U. N. Cj (1994). A'most Fundamental Principle of Marxism'. Chinese Studies in Philosophy 25 (2):43-71.
    Chairman Hua emphasized in his speech last year at the opening ceremony of the Central Party School that: "Chairman Mao instructed us over and over that ‘the integration of theory and practice is the most fundamental principle of Marxism.’ Chairman Mao fought all his life against the evil work style of boasting and of separating theory from practice. … Political swindlers such as Lin Biao, Chen Boda, and the "gang of four" have messed up many basic theoretical issues and damaged (...)
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  6. Jiang Wu & S. U. N. Cj (1994). Practice is the Sole Criterion of Truth. Chinese Studies in Philosophy 25 (2):31-42.
    What is the criterion of truth? This is a question that was resolved long ago by the revolutionary teachers of the proletariat. But as a result of damage done by the "Gang of Four" and a mass of distorted propaganda in the media under their control, it has become muddled beyond compare in recent years. In order to deepen the criticism of the "Gang of Four" and eradicate the remnants of their poison and influence, it is very important to clear (...)
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