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    Liu Xiaogan (2008). Two Orientations in Hermeneutic Writing: Wang Bi's Commentary on the Lao Zi_ and Guo Xiang's _Commentary on the Zhuang Zi. Contemporary Chinese Thought 40 (2):23-45.
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    Liu Xiaogan (2008). Can Modern Terms Accommodate Ancient Thought?: A Case Study From the Lao Zi. Contemporary Chinese Thought 40 (2):7-22.
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    Liu Xiaogan (2008). Struggle Between the Two Orientations: A Study of Zhu Xi's Commentary on the Analects (Lunyu). Contemporary Chinese Thought 40 (2):46-66.
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    Liu Xiaogan (2008). Transition and Articulation Between Two Orientations: An Experimental Analysis of a New Interpretation of Ziran. Contemporary Chinese Thought 40 (2):67-88.
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    Liu Xiaogan (1991). The Evolution of Three Schools of Latter-Day Zhuang Zi Philosophy. Contemporary Chinese Thought 23 (2):3-6.
    In the last part of the volume, we shall study the ideas of latter-day schools of Zhuang Zi's teachings on the basis of the so-called outer chapters and irregular, or miscellaneous, chapters of the text known as Zhuang Zi. We shall not, however, be making a full, comprehensive study of either of these outer and miscellaneous chapters of Zhuang Zi, nor shall we be making a full study of the ideas of latter-day schools of Zhuang Zi teachings. Rather, we will (...)
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    Liu Xiaogan (1992). The Evolution of Three Schools of Latter-Day Zhuang Zi Philosophy: Preface. Contemporary Chinese Thought 24 (1):3-6.
    In the last part of the volume, we shall study the ideas of latter-day schools of Zhuang Zi's teachings on the basis of the so-called outer chapters and irregular, or miscellaneous, chapters of the text known as Zhuang Zi. We shall not, however, be making a full, comprehensive study of either of these outer and miscellaneous chapters of Zhuang Zi, nor shall we be making a full study of the ideas of latter-day schools of Zhuang Zi teachings. Rather, we will (...)
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