4 edition of Two Chinese philosophers found in the catalog.
Two Chinese philosophers
A. C. Graham
|Statement||A.C. Graham ; foreword by Irene Bloom.|
|LC Classifications||B128.C364 G73 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 201 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||201|
|ISBN 10||0812692144, 0812692152|
|LC Control Number||92022626|
The only good ruler rules out of a sense of duty and obligation, rather than out of a desire for power and personal gain. The philosopher is the only type of person who could ever be in this position, because only he has subordinated lower drives toward honor and wealth to reason and the desire for truth. Summary: Book VII, e–end. philosophical definition: 1. relating to the study or writing of philosophy: 2. If you are philosophical in your reaction to. Learn more.
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