Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1953. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. ix, 293 pp, with bibliography, index. Fine copy. Dust jacket somewhat edgeworn, with a chip to the head of the spine. From the dust jacket: "This eminently readable account of the development of Chinese thought, by an able and well-known scholar, will be welcomed by all who are interested in looking beneath the surface of human history. The main currents of thought and the contributions of outstanding philosophers are made easier to understand as they are related to their background. (Inventory #: 1617)
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