world-conception of the Chinese their astronomical, consmological and physico-philosophical speculations by Alfred Forke

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Published by A. Probsthain in London .

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Statementby Alfred Forke
SeriesProbsthain"s oriental series, v. 14
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 300 p. ;
Number of Pages300
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Open LibraryOL17856184M

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From these writings we get a fairly good idea of Chinese Ethics and Metaphysics, we learn what the Chinese think of human life, man's moral obligations, and the transcendental powers supposed to rule the world, but obtain very little information as to the Chinese.

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