Confucius, Lao Tzu, and the Chinese Philosophy
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The golden age of Chinese philosophy dates from the birth of Confucius (551 BC) until China was unified (and learning suppressed) in 221 BC. China's great Confucian philosophers were Confucius, Mengzi, and Xunzi. With a few exceptions, Confucianism has been the reigning paradigm for Chinese philosophy for over 2,000 years. Its central concepts are li (the proper ordering o

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Robyn Blaber
This is part of a large series of audio books that I'm reading to see if they will fill in any blanks that I have about various aspects of philosophical history and the various kinds of thinking. The book didn't let me down as I learned a few new things in every chapter.
Chester
3-1/2 stars. Some of the reading with a bad Chinese accent for authenticity was more annoying than anything else.
Usman W. Chohan
This book serves as a great accompaniement to "A Short History of Chinese Philosophy" by further condensing the key movements in the Chinese philosophical tradition.
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