Series: Critics and Their Critics (Book 3). Paperback: 384 pages. ISBN-10: 9780812693188.
Series: Critics and Their Critics (Book 3). ISBN-13: 978-0812693188. Product Dimensions: 6 x . x 9 inches.
Some of them even become monumental books in Chinese history: top of the list being Yu's Zhang Xuecheng versus Dai Zhen. Munro's and David Wong's articles on Xunzi are insightful.
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Critics & Their Critics. Epals Media DBA of Carus Publishing Company. ENG. Number of Pages. Suppes, Patrick, Ivanhoe, Philip J. ISBN-13.
Nivison, David S Philosophy, Chinese. Similar books and articles. Chinese Philosophy in Asian Philosophy. Added to PP index 2015-02-13.
Critics and their Critics Series. Shun, Kwong-loi (2015), "Nivison and the Philosophical Study of Confucian Thought", Early China, 38: 41–53.
ISBN13:9780812693188. Release Date:January 1996. Publisher:Open Court Publishing Company.
Nivison and His Critics (Critics and Their Critics). Published May 1996 by Open Court Pub Co. Written in English. There's no description for this book yet.
Nivison himself replies to each essay.
a broad study emphasizing trends in death rituals and their change over time.
Virtues in Xunzi's Thought: Issues in Comparative Analysis. Scholars have long studied the changing nature of death rituals during the English Reformation but have focused on either an indepth examination of a single practice or a broad study emphasizing trends in death rituals and their change over time.
Communist Ethics and Chinese Tradition
Chicago: Open Court, Critics and Their Critics, 1996). Communist Ethics and Chinese Tradition. Cambridge: Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1954). David S. Nivison and Arthur F. Wright, eds. Confucianism in Action. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, Stanford Studies in the Civilizations of Eastern Asia, 1959). Notes and references. Nivison's personal web page at Stanford.