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Yang Chu's Garden of Pleasure: The Philosophy of Individuality

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The ancient wanderer Yang Chu's philosophy is published for the first time in modern English in this series of debates about makings of the good life. Yang Chu, known alternately as "the philosopher of pleasure and contentment," has a deep concern with enjoying life to the fullest and argues that true egoism does not center on seeking fame or glory, but rather the developm ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published March 1st 2006 by Astrolog Publishing House
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