The Idea of Qi/Gi: East Asian and Comparative Philosophical Perspectives

Lanham: Lexington Books (2018)
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This book investigates the different meanings and logics that the notion of qi/gi has acquired within the East Asian traditions in order to understand the diversity of these traditions. More specifically, this work focuses on investigating how the notion was understood by traditional Chinese and Korean philosophers.

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Jung-Yeup Kim
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