Ch'iu Chun (1421-1495) and his views on government and history
The biographical approach to the study of Chinese history is a particularly rewarding and at tractive one, especially in the field of history of thought, where the distinctive characteristics of individual thinkers, no matter how important they may be, are all too easily lost under hasty classifications and generalizations. The usefulness of the biographical approach in the study of Confucianism and the Chinese intellectual tradition was acknowledged by Professor Arthur F. Wright more...[Show more]
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