Stanford University Press. 6.3 x 9.3", 285 pp., notes, index, cloth, d.j., Stanford, 1996. (o.p.; sl wear to d.j., edges, text fine). Item #3587
This study has three separate but interrelated aims: to offer a methodological approach for comparative philosophy on the level of the philosophical system; to examine Confucian philosophy as a philosophical system, with emphasis on its epistemological dimensions; and to use the thought of a particular thinker as an example of how the Confucian tradition was appropriated by individual thinker.
Out of stock