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Volume 36, Number 4, December 2009

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PREFACE
pp. 499-500(2)
Author: CHENG, CHUNG-YING

INTRODUCTION
pp. 501-502(2)
Author: BUNNIN, NICHOLAS

EVENT AND POIESIS: THE ARISTOTELIAN THEORY OF NATURAL EVENTS
pp. 503-515(13)
Author: NATALI, CARLO

PARADIGM OF CHANGE (YI ) IN CLASSICAL CHINESE PHILOSOPHY: PART I
pp. 516-530(15)
Author: CHENG, CHUNG-YING

THE THEORY OF NAMES IN PLATO'S CRATYLUS
pp. 531-540(10)
Author: BUNNIN, NICHOLAS

WORDS, SPEECH, AND ARGUMENT IN THE ANALECTS
pp. 541-553(13)
Author: WU, XIAOMING

PLOTINIAN DUALISMS AND THE “GREEK” IDEAS OF SELF
pp. 554-567(14)
Author: CLARK, STEPHEN R. L.

IDENTIFYING WITH NATURE IN EARLY DAOISM
pp. 568-584(17)
Author: WONG, DAVID B.

REASON, FEELING, AND ETHICS IN MENCIUS AND XUNZI
pp. 602-617(16)
Author: LODÉN, TORBJÖRN

MUSIC, EDUCATION, AND THE EMOTIONS
pp. 642-652(11)
Author: COOPER, DAVID E.

MOZI VERSUS XUNZI ON MUSIC
pp. 653-665(13)
Author: WANG, KEPING

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