The Epistemology of Yan Yuan

Contemporary Chinese Thought 11 (4):3-21 (1980)
Abstract
The progressive thinker of the late Ming, early Qing dynasties, the famous materialist philosopher Yan Yuan , made an important contribution to the history of Chinese philosophy with his practical studies of public affairs in which he fiercely attacked Song and Ming neo-Confucianism and promoted "real writing, real action, real substance, and real functions."
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