Understanding the Chinese Mind. The Philosophical Roots. Edited by Robert E. Allinson. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press 1989 (1995, 6th impression) Pressbook, ISBN 0-19-585022X, HK$ 115.00 [Book Review]

Journal of Chinese Philosophy 23 (1):111-114 (1996)
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