Logic and Language in Early Chinese Philosophy

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[Revised entry by Marshall D. Willman on November 14, 2022.
Changes to: Main text, Bibliography]
While growing attention has been paid in recent years to the logical insights and contributions of philosophers of other major traditions of early China, particularly those of the School of Names, scholarship on early Chinese views on logic and language still tends to concentrate on the contributions of the school of Mohism, which played a central role in the debates of philosophers of all…

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