Contemporary Chinese Thought 42 (3):3-7 (2011)

Yong Huang
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Feng Qi explored many areas of Chinese and Western, ancient and modern philosophy, but he was always most concerned with the idea of wisdom. The selections translated here are examples of his earliest and last work on this subject.
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