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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy

Volume 29, Number 2, June 2002

On The Ethical Significance Of The Ti–Yong Distinction
pp. 163-170(8)
Author: Cua, Antonio S.

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Self And (In)Finitude: Embodiment And The Other
pp. 171-191(21)
Author: Fleming, Jess

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Descartes And Mencius On Self And Community
pp. 193-205(13)
Author: Wee, Cecilia

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Mencius, Emotion, And Autonomy
pp. 207-226(20)
Author: Perkins, Franklin

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Action, Emotion, And Inference In Mencius
pp. 227-249(23)
Author: Im, Manyul

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Autonomy And The Confucian Moral Person
pp. 251-268(18)
Author: Yunping, Wang

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Reason And Feeling: Confucianism And Contractualism
pp. 269-283(15)
Author: Chen, Xunwu

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On The Idea Of A New History Of Chinese Philosophy
pp. 285-289(5)
Author: Kuijper, Hans

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BOOK REVIEWS
pp. 291-306(16)

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