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Chinese and Comparative Philosophy 中國哲學與比較哲學

Ziporyn's "Zhuangzi as Philosopher"

Prompted by our recent string of posts on Zhuangzi, I have added a link (in the “References and Tools” section) to the supplemental material that Brook Ziporyn has prepared together with his translation of the text (Zhuangzi: The Essential Writings [Hackett, 2009]). Particularly relevant to recent discussions might be Brook’s essay “Zhuangzi as Philosopher,” which is included with the other materials. If anyone has any comments or questions about that essay, or the other materials, there’s a chance that comments posted here may elicit replies from Brook….

March 13th, 2011 Posted by | Daoism | one comment

One Response to Ziporyn's "Zhuangzi as Philosopher"

  1. Steve Angle says:

    Realizing that there are quite a number of interesting “supplementary materials” on the Hackett website, including Bryan Van Norden’s quite detailed textual commentary on Mengzi, I’ve changed the link in the References and Tools section to refer to all of the Hackett materials; scroll through to find the particular text you desire.

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