Epistemological Nativism and Inner Logic of Chinese Philosophy
In this essay I argue that whereas earlier generations of internal participants in the formation of Chinese philosophy as an academic discipline acknowledged that "Chinese philosophy" was a product of the complex interaction between internal and external agencies; and that one or more non-Chinese philosophical tradition was essential to articulating China's philosophical past, influential modern commentators have instead argued that paradigms and norms derived from the West, in particular, are...[Show more]
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