Lu Hsiang Shan
- Lu Jiuyuan (Chinese: 陸九淵; Pinyin: Lù Jiǔyuān) (or Lu Xiangshan) (陆象山; on Lu Jiuyuan in his belief that if one is 'to establish what is fundamental, one must Gillin, Donald G. Warlord: Yen Hsi-shan in Shansi Province 1911-1949.
- Philosophy, philology,
- Hsiang-shan” (Chu-Lu i-t'ung): A philosophical interpretation.
- Buddhist Influence on the Neo-Confucian Concept of the Sage
- emphasis on concentration of mind, but firmly established by. Lu Hsiang-shan ( 1139-1193 I.E.
- Ethics in Cosmology: Variations on the Theme of "Unity of Heaven
- recognized as universal nature, whilst for Lu Hsiang-shan P£<£iii (1139-. 1193), Ch'en Pai-sha W.\' 1^(1428-1500) and Wang Yang-ming \mw.
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- Is he of Lu Hsiang-shan's opinion, i.e., that it leads to a dualistic view of the human mind, which is not allowable?
- Lu Jiuyuan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Lu Jiuyuan (Chinese: 陸九淵; Pinyin: Lù Jiǔyuān) (or Lu Xiangshan) (陆象山; . Gillin, Donald G. Warlord: Yen Hsi-shan in Shansi Province 1911-1949.
- Lu Hsiang shan: a twelfth century ... - Google Books
- JSTOR: Lu Hsiang-Shan, a Twelfth Century Chinese Idealist Philosopher.
- CHU HSI VERSUS LU HSIANG-SHAN: A PHILOSOPHICAL
- Jun 28, 2008 CHU HSI VERSUS LU HSIANG-SHAN: A PHILOSOPHICAL INTERPRETATION. CHIN-HSING HUANG.
- Chin-Hsing Huang, Chu hsi versus lu hsiang-Shan: A philosophical
- Sep 1, 2010 Chin-Hsing Huang (1987). Chu Hsi Versus Lu Hsiang-Shan: A Philosophical Interpretation. Journal of Chinese Philosophy 14 (2):179-208.
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