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All About Chinese Philosophy By College Guide World
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Chinese philosophy originates in the Spring and Autumn and Warring States era, during a period known as the "Hundred Schools of Thought", which was characterized by significant intellectual... More > and cultural developments. Although much of Chinese philosophy begins in the Warring States period, elements of Chinese philosophy have existed for several thousand years; some can be found in the Yi Jing (the Book of Changes), an ancient compendium of divination, which dates back to at least 672 BCE.< Less
Chinese Systems philosophy ( Traditional Chinese ) By John Chang
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The book “Chinese Systems Philosophy” was edited and based on a philosophical competition of network philosophy community (http://bbs.tecn.cn) from year 2008 to 2009. We collected all... More > the articles of the main 108 authors, and free posted by thousands of people. Previous "Philosophical System" was discussed by the individual scholar on the paper of the theoretical things. This time we are really put the theory into practice, and make the hundreds of articles of authors as a philosophical system to study.< Less
Rediscovering the Roots of Chinese Thought: Laozi’s Philosophy By CHEN Guying
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This book translates Lao Zhuang xinlun, a key work of contemporary Chinese. It offers a unique discussion of the Laozi, arguing—in contrast to standard Western scholarship—that the text... More > goes back to a single author and identifying him as an older contemporary, and even teacher, of Confucius. This places the Confucian Analects after the Laozi and makes the text the most fundamental work of ancient Chinese thought. Chen explores these debates regarding these points, providing evidence based on materials excavated from Mawangdui and Guodian. His book is fascinating documentation of contemporary Chinese arguments and debates previously unavailable in English. It is nothing less than a complete revision of the history of Chinese thought with Daoism as its major focus.< Less
Rediscovering the Roots of Chinese Thought: Laozi’s Philosophy By CHEN Guying
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This book translates Lao Zhuang xinlun, a key work of contemporary Chinese. It offers a unique discussion of the Laozi, arguing—in contrast to standard Western scholarship—that the text... More > goes back to a single author and identifying him as an older contemporary, and even teacher, of Confucius. This places the Confucian Analects after the Laozi and makes the text the most fundamental work of ancient Chinese thought. Chen explores these debates regarding these points, providing evidence based on materials excavated from Mawangdui and Guodian. His book provides a fascinating documentation of contemporary Chinese arguments and debates previously unavailable in English. It is nothing less than a complete revision of the history of Chinese thought with Daoism as its major focus.< Less
Key to Chinese Medicine - ancient chinese philosophy emotions control guide (eBook Shelf) By eBook How to Chinese Medicine
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Ever wondered what Chinese medicine is all about and whether it works? Thinking about consulting a practitioner but want to know some facts first? Look no further! Here's your chance to purchase an... More > in depth and fully comprehensive eBook on anything and everything to do with this ancient philosophy. This excellent book includes information on the following: How and when it all started. The crucial five elements that form the philosophies. Acupuncture. Meditation and Qigong. The art of Chinese healing massage. The role of Yin and Yang in your diet. Effectiveness and safety. Yoga. And much, much more.......< Less
A Critical Study of Chinese Literature, History, and Philosophy By Guizhu Zhong
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A study of Chinese cultural history, this book aims to give an accurate account of some of the most important events in Chinese civilization. Taking exception to a vast array of deeply-rooted... More > misconceptions about Chinese history, philosophy, and culture, this study restores truth to Chinese civilization in general and Chinese history in particular.< Less
Gems of Ancient Chinese Wisdom By David L. Rockwood
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A collection of four classic works of ancient Chinese philosophy: The Great Learning, The Analects of Confucius, The Works of Mencius, and The Art of War. These works provide deep understanding and... More > insight into such ideas as virtue, sincerity, benevolence, righteous living, propriety, compassionate and just governance, human nature, and living energy.< Less
Gems of Ancient Chinese Wisdom By David L. Rockwood
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A collection of four classic works of ancient Chinese philosophy: The Great Learning, The Analects of Confucius, The Works of Mencius, and The Art of War. These works provide deep understanding and... More > insight into such ideas as virtue, sincerity, benevolence, righteous living, propriety, compassionate and just governance, human nature, and living energy.< Less
Maoism: A Communist Philosophy By College Guide World
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Maoism is a Communist philosophy based on the teachings of 20th century Communist Party of China revolutionary leader Mao Zedong. It is based partially on earlier theories by Marx and Lenin, but... More > rejects the urban proletariat and Leninist emphasis on heavy industrialization in favor of a revolution supported by the peasantry, and a decentralized agrarian economy based on many collectively worked farms.< Less
All About Japanese Philosophy By College Guide World
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Before feudalism was firmly established in Japan, Buddhism occupied the mainstream of Japanese thought. The Buddhism culture introduced politically by Prince Shotoku is completed as the “making... More > a country safe” thought in the Nara era. When the Heian era begins, in substitution for the “making a country safe thought”, mikkyo becomes popular. However, in the late noble era when pessimism was popular due to the “belief that Buddhism will decline during the latter days of this world”, the Pure Land movements spread out in the strong admiration to the future life in desperation over the life in this world. When the Kamakura era at which a samurai grasps the government begins, the “new” Buddhism for the newly-risen class (samurai) appears.< Less