A Reality between the Transcendent and Immanent in Early Chinese Thought

GuoJu Lee

Abstract


Through a variety of sources from various chinese intellectual traditions, this paper attempts to prove that the transcendent-immanent dichotomy was not present in early chinese thought.

Keywords


China

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