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    Comments on Comrade Wu Han's Theory of Ethics.Kuan Feng & Wu Ch'uan-ch'I. - 1969 - Chinese Studies in History 3 (2):145-168.
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    Characteristics Of Social Change And Philosophical Thought During The Ch'Un-Ch'Iu Period.Kuan Feng & Lin Lü-Shih - 1970 - Contemporary Chinese Thought 2 (1):80-112.
    Ths historical legacy inherited by thinkers of the Ch'un-ch'iu period comprised, briefly speaking: a religious world outlook characterized by ancestor worship; the ethical concept of filial piety and brotherliness, which was linked to ancestor worship, or derived therefrom; the concept of a ritual system; the conditions of aristocratic politics and scholar bureaucracy. These were things shaped on the basis of the blood ties in a patriarchal and racial society, and they were passive, from the standpoint of progress, being the obstacle (...)
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    On Integrating Philosophical Workers with the Masses of Workers and Peasants.Kuan Feng - 1973 - Contemporary Chinese Thought 4 (3):3-35.
    In order to revolutionize philosophical workers and philosophical research work and emancipate them from classrooms and books, philosophical workers must integrate themselves with the masses of workers and peasants. Integration with the masses of workers and peasants is the fundamental way to achieve revolutionization of philosophical workers and their research work.
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    On the Identity of Opposites.Kuan Feng - 1971 - Contemporary Chinese Thought 3 (2):130-146.
    According to Marxist dialectics, the struggle of opposites is unconditional and absolute, while the identity of opposites is conditional and relative. The identity and struggle of the two contradictory aspects in the development of a thing constitute the kernel of materialist dialectics — the basic contents of the law of the unity of opposites. We hold that the unity of opposites is the universal law and that this law is applicable to all realms and naturally comprises the two inseparable aspects (...)
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    On the Question of Identity Between Erroneous Thinking and Existence.Kuan Feng & Eugene I. Chang - 1972 - Contemporary Chinese Thought 3 (4):324-335.
    The question of whether there is identity between erroneous thinking and existence is attributable to the question of whether there is identity between thought and existence. As has been pointed out, denial of the identity between erroneous thinking and existence leads to negation of the identity between thought and existence and also to recognition of the identity between partial thinking and existence. Some comrades recognize the identity between thought and existence, on the one hand, and deny the identity between erroneous (...)
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    Thought of the Yin Dynasty and The Western Chou.Kuan Feng & Lin Lü-Shih - 1970 - Contemporary Chinese Thought 2 (1):4-53.
    The philosophical thought of the Ch'un-ch'iu period was derived and developed from the thought of the Yin dynasty and the Western Chou , there being an inseparable relationship of succession and transformation between them. Thus, in studying the philosophical thought of the Ch'un-ch'iu period, it is necessary to refer back to Yin-Chou thought. The courage and resolve evidenced by an attitude of so-called "cutting off the miscellaneous streams" in order to start with Lao Tzu or Confucius is really a very (...)
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