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|Title:||The Chinese mind: essentials of Chinese philosophy and culture|
|Authors:||Moore, Charles Alexander, 1901-1967|
|metadata.dc.contributor:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
University of Hawaii (Honolulu)
|Publisher:||Honolulu : East-West Center Press|
|Description:||"Composed exclusively of chapters selected from the proceedings volumes resulting from the four East-West Philosophers' Conferences held at the University of Hawaii in 1939, 1949, 1959, and 1964."|
The humanistic Chinese mind / Charles A. Moore -- Chinese theory and practice, with special reference to humanism ; The story of Chinese philosophy / Wing-tsit Chan -- Epistemological methods in Chinese philosophy / E.R. Hughes -- The scientific spirit and method in Chinese philosophy / Hu Shih -- Syntheses in Chinese metaphysics / Wing-tsit Chan -- The basis of social, ethical, and spiritual values in Chinese philosophy / Y.P. Mei -- Filial piety and Chinese society / Hsieh Yu-wei -- The development of ideas of spiritual value in Chinese philosophy / Tʻang Chün-i -- Chinese legal and political philosophy / John C.H. Wu -- The world and the individual in Chinese metaphysics / Thomé H. Fang -- The individual and the world in Chinese methodology / Tʻang Chün-i -- The individual in Chinese religions / Wing- tsit Chan -- The status of the individual in Chinese ethics / Hsieh Yu-wei -- The status of the individual in Chinese thought and practice / Y.P. Mei -- The status of the individual in the political and legal traditions of old and new China / John C.H. Wu.
ix, 402 p 24 cm
|Appears in Collections:||UH Press Publications - China, Hong Kong (China) & Taiwan|
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