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The Confucian Persuasion
Author: Arthur F. Wright (editor), 1960
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Condition: Softcover, slight foxing on cover and edges, interior clean

Confucian Personalities
Author: Arthur F. Wright (editor), Denis Twitchett (editor)
Publisher: Stanford University Press, 1962
Condition: Softcover, slight foxing on cover and edges, interior clean

These books are the fourth and fifth in a series of symposia devoted to the principals of Chinese thought as these have influenced the cultural life and institutional development of China. . .The emphasis in the symposia is upon two aspects of the Confucian tradition. One is the operational force of Confucianism: how it has affected individual lives and the evolution of institutions. The other is the pattern of growth and change: the complex ways in which it has been adapted to the shifting needs of the Chinese through twenty-five centuries of their history.

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