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Schola Nominum (Mandarinice 名家, pinyin Míngjiā), etiam Logici appellata, fuit schola philosophiae Sinicae quae e Moismo aetate civitatum bellantium ab anno 479 ad 221 a.C.n. orta est. Aliquando appellatur Schola Formarum et Nominum (Mandarinice 形名家, pinyin Xíngmíngjiā, Wade-Giles Hsing2-ming2-chia1).[1] Haec philosophia cogitationi sophistarum et dialecticianis similis saepe habetur.

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NotaeRecensere

  1. Needham 1956: 185.

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