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Ming Jia, School of Names, Logicians or Sophists. Together with the Neo-Mohists they sought to promote argumentative and ‘logical’ discourse into the philosophical environment. Confucianism
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Gongsun Long Zi. ENGLISH - CHINESE (GB)
 

OTHER SOURCES:

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Perleberg, Max (trans.) 1973, The Works of Kung-Sun Lung-Tzu, Hyperion Press, Westport.

 

Hui Shi. ENGLISH - CHINESE (GB)
 

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Song Xing. ENGLISH - CHINESE (GB)
 

John Knoblock has some information on his Classical Chinese Philosophy site:
- An introduction to the philosophy of Song Xing.

 

Yin Wen Zi. ENGLISH - CHINESE (GB)
 

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