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  1. Yu Mingguang (2002). Xunzi's Philosophy and the School of Huang-Lao. Contemporary Chinese Thought 34 (1):37-60.
    The transmitted Xunzi consists of thirty-two chapters. The book criticizes all philosophers of the pre-Qin era, but thereby it also assimilates their thought. The Xunzi is eclectic, to the extent that there was no school of thought that it does not include. In scholarly circles, it is generally believed that Xunzi was the most prominent Confucian scholar of the final years of the Warring States period. At the same time, it is commonly acknowledged that the Confucianism of Xunzi was different (...)
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  2. Yu Mingguang & Tan Jianhui (2002). The Transformation of Scholarly Huang-Lao Into Religious Huang-Lao. Contemporary Chinese Thought 34 (1):82-97.
    The term "religious Daoism" first appeared in the Xiang'er commentary to the Laozi. Prior to this commentary, historiographical works only mentioned a "Way of Huang-Lao." For example, the "Biography of Huangpu Song" in the History of the Later Han states:Previously, Zhang Jue from Julu had called himself Perfect Master of Great Excellence. He served the Way of Huang-Lao.
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