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Intertextuality In Early Chinese Masters-Texts: Shared Narratives In Shi Zi, Paul Fischer Jan 2009

Intertextuality In Early Chinese Masters-Texts: Shared Narratives In Shi Zi, Paul Fischer

Philosophy & Religion Faculty Publications

(Introduction) Prior to Chinese unification in 221 bc and the beginning of imperial history, there was a “golden age” of philosophical debate among various scholars about the best way to live life, construct a social contract, and act in harmony with heaven and earth. The most influential of these scholars, collectively called the “various masters,” or zhu zi 諸子, attracted disciples who recorded the teachings of their “masters” and passed these teachings on. These texts, collectively called “masters- texts” (zi shu 子書), became the bedrock of Chinese intellectual history.


Popular Culture And The Denigration Of The Self, Eric Bain-Selbo Jan 2009

Popular Culture And The Denigration Of The Self, Eric Bain-Selbo

Philosophy & Religion Faculty Publications

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Popular Culture And The Denigration Of The Self, Eric Bain-Selbo Jan 2009

Popular Culture And The Denigration Of The Self, Eric Bain-Selbo

Philosophy & Religion Faculty Publications

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Sacrifice In A Post-Moral Society, Eric Bain-Selbo Jan 2009

Sacrifice In A Post-Moral Society, Eric Bain-Selbo

Philosophy & Religion Faculty Publications

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Sacrifice In A Post-Moral Society, Eric Bain-Selbo Jan 2009

Sacrifice In A Post-Moral Society, Eric Bain-Selbo

Philosophy & Religion Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.