Courses: Early Chinese Philosophy (EASTH235B01)
An introduction to the lively and sharp disputes between competing schools of philosophy in ancient Chinese philosophy, that is, philosophy in the pre-Han period prior to the syncretism that marks âConfucianism,â neo-Confucianism, and most recently New Confucianism.
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Prerequisites: One 100-level course in philosophy or EAST 131 Chinese Civilization or by permission of the instructor
Fulfills: HU III Limit:25
Haverford, Gest 102