Argues that Chinese philosophy is as rational as Western thought in dealing with problems of logic, epistemology, language analysis, and linguistic topics. Analyzes the methodologies of Confucianism, Taoism, the School of Names, and Mohism, finding cultural universals to counter arguments of cultural relativism and the antirationalism of fundamenta5 Gong-Sun Long on the Semantics of aquot;Worldaquot; HUBERT SCHLEICHERT In spite of the fact that in our century the ... In his essay (1986), however, he developed his idea more consistently, but still ends up with some monstrous English ... It discusses the question of what kind of object (wu1) might be designated by aquot; worldaquot;.
|Title||:||Epistemological Issues in Classical Chinese Philosophy|
|Author||:||Hans Lenk, Gregor Paul|
|Publisher||:||SUNY Press - 1993|