Zhang Zai's Philosophy of Qi: A Practical Understanding

Lexington Books (2015)
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Qi is one of the most important concepts in Chinese philosophy and culture, and neo-Confucian Zhang Zai plays a pivotal role in developing the notion. This book provides a thorough and proper understanding of his thoughts

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