Chinese Philosophy in Classical Times – E.R. Hughes (1944)


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Chinese Philosophy in Classical Times – E.R. Hughes (1944)


Title: Chinese Philosophy in Classical Times

Author: Ernest Richard Hughes, Ernest Rhys (ed.)

Publisher: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1944. Part of the Everyman’s Library series, no. 973.

Condition: Hardcover, no dust jacket. Pocket size. 336pp. Good. Slight rubbing to spine and tanning to edges. Pages clean. An informative resource on early Chinese philosophy.

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Chronological Table

Part 1: From Tribal Religion to Philosophical Inquiry

Part 2: Reasoning about Ethics and Politics becomes a Habit

Part 3: The Rise of Materialistic Utilitarianism and the Confucianist Reply

Part 4: Analytical Minds at Work on the Problems of Knowledge

Part 5: The Individualistic Philosophy of the Tao Experts

Part 6: Four Different Attempts at a Synthetic Philosophy

Part 7: Religious Philosophies of Educated Men

Part 8: Three Han Confucianists Dogmatizing