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  • ISBN: 9780231086073
  • ISBN: 0231086075
  • Physical Description: print
    viii, 177 pages ; cm.
  • Publisher: [New York] : Columbia University Press, [1963]

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Summary, etc.: "Hsün Tzu (born ca. 312 B.C.) set forth the most complete and well-ordered philosophical system of his day. Basicallly Confucian, he differed with mencius by asserting that the nature of man is originally evil. To counteract this evil, he advocated self-improvement, the pursuit of learning, the avoidance of obsession, and constant attention to ritual in all areas of life. He also discussed good government, military affairs, Heaven, music, and the rectification of names."--
Subject: Philosophy, Chinese -- 221 B.C.-960 A.D

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