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Yin et Yang cum signis bagua in loco strato extra Nanning provinciae Guangxi Sinarum China.
Sakyamuni Buddha. Pictura ab artifice Zhang Shengwen Domus Song (1173-1176) facta.
Zhu Xi, persona magni momenti in Neoconfucianismo.

Philosophia Sinica aetatibus veris et autumi et civitatum bellantium orta est, per tempus Centum Scholae Cogitationis appellatum,[1] cuius proprietates maximi momenti fuerunt progressus intellegentiae et culturae.[2] Quamquam multum philosophiae Sinicae tempore civitatum bellantium coepit, elementa philosophiae Sinicae nonnulla milia annorum exsisterat; nonnulla in Yi Jing ('Liber mutationum') inveni possunt, antiquo divinationis compendio, quod ex 672 a.C.n. vel ante ortum est.[3] Aetate civitatum bellantium orti sunt Confucianismus, Legalismus, et Daoismus, quas una Sima Tan maiores Sinarum scholas philosophicas appellavit, cum philosophiis quae tandem obsoleverunt, sicut Agriculturalismus, Moismus, Naturalismus, et Logici.

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Notiones intra philosophiam SinicamRecensere

Inter vocabula saepe in philosophia Sinica inventa sunt:

Nexus interni

NotaeRecensere

  1. Ebrey 2010:42.
  2. Ebrey 2010:42.
  3. McGreal 1995:60.

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Bo Mou, ed. 2009. History of Chinese Philosophy. Routledge.
  • Cua, Antonio S., ed. 2003. Encyclopedia of Chinese Philosophy. Routledge.
  • Ebrey, Patricia. 2010. The Cambridge Illustrated History of China. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press.
  • Feng Youlan. 1983. A History of Chinese Philosophy. Conv. Derk Bodde. Princeton Paperbacks.
  • Creel, Herrlee Glessner. 1971. Chinese Thought, from Confucius to Mao Zedong.
  • Graham, A. C. 1989. Disputers of the Tao; Philosophical Argument in Ancient China.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph. 1998. Logic and Language in Ancient China. In Science and Civilisation in China, vol. 7, pars 1, ed. Joseph Needham. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press, 1998.
  • Ivanhoe, Philip J., et Bryan W. Van Norden, eds. 2005. Readings in Classical Chinese Philosophy. Ed. 2a. Indianapoli: Hackett Publishing.
  • Lai, Karyn. 2008. Introduction to Chinese Philosophy. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press.
  • Lin, Yutang. 1998. The Importance of Living. William Morrow Paperbacks.
  • McGreal, Ian, ed. 1995. Great Thinkers of the Eastern World. Harper Collins. ISBN 0062700855.
  • Tiwald, Justin, et Bryan W. Van Norden, eds. 2014. Readings in Later Chinese Philosophy: Han Dynasty to the 20th Century. Indianapoli: Hackett Publishing.
  • Van Norden, Bryan W. 2011. Introduction to Classical Chinese Philosophy. Indianapoli: Hackett Publishing, 2011. ISBN 9781603844680 (charta), ISBN 9781603844697.
  • Waley, Arthur. 1939, 1982. Three Ways of Thought in Ancient China. Stanfordiae: Stanford University Press. ISBN 0804711690.
  • Zhao, Henry. "Contesting Confucius." New Left Review 44, March–April 2007.

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