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  1. Nicolas Standaert (2015). Don't Mind the Gap: Sinology as an Art of In‐Betweenness. Philosophy Compass 10 (2):91-103.
    Sinology is like a Chinese ritual dance: the key is not the movement, but rather the positions , the moments of non-action ‘in between’, that make rhythm and transformation possible. Sinology itself occupies an in-between position in the landscape of academic disciplines, though it is not the only one to undertake this dance, as various disciplines engage themselves into a similar quest. Its distinctiveness as intellectual inquiry is to point at intervals, interstices, gaps, cracks, pauses, poses, in-between moments or zones (...)
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  2. Carine Defoort & Nicolas Standaert (eds.) (2013). The Mozi as an Evolving Text: Different Voices in Early Chinese Thought. Brill.
    The book "Mozi," named after master Mo, was compiled in the course of the fifth-third centuries BCE.
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  3. Nicolas Standaert (2000). Guest Editor's Introduction. Contemporary Chinese Thought 31 (3):3-4.
    In recent years there has been an increase in the number of publications in the field of intellectual history in the People's Republic of China. Some are devoted to one particular thinker, others to one specific piece of writing, while still others attempt to give a more general history of, for instance, late imperial or early twentieth-century thought. In general, studies of Confucian intellectual history have tended to avoid the classification of thinkers in terms of "materialists," "idealists," or other Marxist (...)
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  4. Nicolas Standaert (1995). Review: The Discovery of the Center Through the Periphery: A Preliminary Study of Feng Youlan's "History of Chinese Philosophy" (New Version). [REVIEW] Philosophy East and West 45 (4):569 - 589.
    Feng Youlan's (1895-1990) "History of Chinese Philosophy" is at present still the most well-known introduction to Chinese philosophy in any Western language. During the 1980s Feng Youlan published a seven-volume new version of his "History" in which he further developed his view on history so that the work itself can be considered part of the history of Chinese philosophy in this century. This paper presents a preliminary analysis and comparison of the different versions of the "History.".
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  5. Nicolas Standaert (1989). Science, Philosophy and Relilgion in the 17th Century Encounter Between China and the West. Synthesis Philosophica 7 (1):251-268.
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  6. Nicolas Standaert (1989). Znanost, Filozofija I Religija U Suocavanju Kine I Zapada U XVII. Stoljecu. Filozofska Istrazivanja 29 (9):449-466.
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