Disputers of the Tao

Philosophical Argument in Ancient China

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"A history of Chinese philosophy in the so-called Axial Period (the period of classical Greek and Indian philosophy), during which time China evolved the characteristic ways of thought that sustained both its empire and its culture for over 2000 year ...Continua
Smark911
Ha scritto il 30/10/12
Must-read for who's interested in the subjects

simply written, up-to-date (back when it was written) and with a decisive tone.

One may agree or not with some of Graham's conclusions-preassumptions, but the greatness of this book is un-arguable.

Giulia ☯ 朱丽娅
Ha scritto il 18/05/11
Possibly the best book on Chinese philosophy ever written, with a real philosophical approach to the matter (universally understimated in the West) rather than merely historical, I found Graham's writing not only illuminating, but also pleasant and w...Continua

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