An Exposition of Benevolence: The Jen-Hsüeh of Tʻan Ssu-Tʻung

The Chinese University Press (1984)
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INTRODUCTION T& #39;an Ssu-t& #39;ung If H[hJ was an important philosopher and activist in modern China, who, though his life was exceedingly short,...

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