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Cheng, C. -ying (2002).  Preface: - Science, Technology, and Chinese Philosophy. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 29(4), 469. Abstract
Chong, K. -chong (2006).  Metaphorical Use versus Metaphorical Essence: - Examples from Chinese Philosophy. Davidson's Philosophy and Chinese Philosophy: - Constructive Engagement (Philosophy of History and Culture, Volume 23); - Mou, Bo.(. 229.
Cunshan, L. (2001).  Early Daoist and Confucian Relations As Seen from the Guodian Chu Slips. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 32(2), 68.
Defoort, C., & Zhaoguang G. (2002).  The History of Chinese Thought, Part I. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 33(3), 3.
Dukor, M. (2001).  Theistic Humanism--African Philosophical Tradition. Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research. 18(3), 47. Abstract
Goicoechea, D. (2003).  Heidegger--the Taoists--Kierkegaard. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 30(1), 81. Abstract
Goulding, J. (2007).  New Ways toward Sino-Western Philosophical Dialogues. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 34(1), 99. Abstract
Grange, J. (2002).  An Irish Tao. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 29(1), 21. Abstract
Guo, Z. (2002).  The Huang-Lao School. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 34(1), 19.
Holz, H. (2006).  All-Wesen und Unendlichkeit: - Chinesische und europische Landschaftsmalerei im Vergleich. Perspektiven der Philosophie: - Neues Jahrbuch. 32, 337. Abstract
Ip, P. K. (2011).  Concepts of Chinese folk happiness. Social Indicators Research. 104, 459-474. Abstract
Lai, K. (2000).  The Daodejing: - Resources for Contemporary Feminist Thinking. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 27(2), 131. Abstract
Lai, K. (2000).  The Daodejing: - Resources for Contemporary Feminist Thinking. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 27(2), 131. Abstract
Lai, K. (2000).  The Daodejing: - Resources for Contemporary Feminist Thinking. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 27(2), 131. Abstract
Lau, K. -ying (2007).  Jan Patocka: - Critical Consciousness and Non-Eurocentric Philosopher of the Phenomenological Movement. Studia Phaenomenologica: - Romanian Journal of Phenomenology. 7, 475. Abstract
Lee, J. H. (2007).  Preserving One's Nature: - Primitivist Daoism and Human Rights. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 34(4), 597. Abstract
Moeller, H. - G. (2004).  The Exotic Nietzsche--East and West. Journal of Nietzsche Studies. 28, 57. Abstract
Mou, B. (2003).  Comparative Approaches to Chinese Philosophy. Aldershot: - Ashgate Publishing. Abstract
Niu, W. (2003).  Ancient Chinese Views of Creativity. Inquiry: - Critical Thinking across the Disciplines. 22(3), 29. Abstract
Pu, P. (2000).  New Information from an Old Tomb: - Reading the Guodian Bamboo Slips. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 32(1), 43.
Reihman, G. M. (2006).  Categorically Denied: - Kant's Criticism of Chinese Philosophy. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 33(1), 51.
Ross, B. (2004).  Dancing Cranes and Empty Mind: - The Fusion of Wu-Chi and T'Ai-Chi in Ancient Chinese Mountain Poetry. Phenomenological Inquiry: - A - Review of Philosophical Ideas and Trends. 28, 116.
Shang, G. (2002).  Embracing Differences and Many: - The Signification of One in Zhuangzi's Utterance of Dao. Dao: - A - Journal of Comparative Philosophy. 1(2), 229.
Shen, V. (2005).  From Aristotle's De Anima to Xia Dachang's Xingshuo. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 32(4), 575. Abstract
Sivin, N. (2007).  Drawing Insights from Chinese Medicine. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 43. Abstract
Tong, L. K. (2001).  The Art of Appropriation: - Towards a Field-Being Conception of Philosophy. Two Roads to Wisdom? - Chinese and Analytic Philosophical Traditions, Mou, Bo (ed); - Mou, Bo.(. 57. Abstract
Li, X. (2001).  Lost Doctrines of Guan Yin As Seen in the Jingmen Guodian Chu Slips. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 32(2), 55.
Michael, T. (2005).  Confucius and Laozi: - Two Visions of the Dao - of Antiquity. Metaphilosophy & Chinese Thought -- Interpreting David Hall, Chinn, Ewing Y - (ed); - Chinn, Ewing Y.(. 169.
Yang, L., Stoll T., & Mei C. (2009).  Mt. Wudang and Daoism.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 193 - 196. Abstract
Wang, R. (2009).  Kundao 坤道: A Lived Body in Female Daoism. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 36, 277 - 292. Abstract
Ma, L. (2009).  Character of the Feminine in Lévinas and the Daodejing «道德經».. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 36, 261 - 276. Abstract
Law, S. S. -mun (2011).  Being in Traditional Chinese Landscape Painting.. Journal of Intercultural Studies. 32, 369 - 382. Abstract
Assandri, F. (2011).  The Yijing and Chongxuan Xue: An Onto-Hermeneutic Perspective.. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 38, 397 - 411. Abstract
Krueger, J. W. (2008).  A Daoist Critique of Searle on Mind and Action. Philosophy of History and Culture~~27Searle's Philosophy and Chinese Philosophy: Constructive Engagement. 27 - 123.
Fraser, C. (2008).  'Wú-Wéi', The Background, and Intentionality. Philosophy of History and Culture~~27Searle's Philosophy and Chinese Philosophy: Constructive Engagement. 28 - 90.
Hansen, C. (2010).  Chinese Confucianism and Daoism. Blackwell Companions to PhilosophyA Companion to Philosophy of Religion (Second Edition). 11 - 33.
Dan, Y. (2011).  Exploring Taoism Philosophy: A Visual Interactive Interpretation. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. 48. Abstract
Dan, Y. (2011).  Exploring Taoism Philosophy: A Visual Interactive Interpretation. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. 48. Abstract
Brown, D. (2010).  The Energy Body and Its Functions.. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1172, 312 - 337. Abstract