Contains the keyword Language

Cheng, C. -ying (2004).  Dimensions of the Dao and Onto-Ethics in Light of the DDJ. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 31(2), 143. 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.
Goldin, P. R. (2002).  On the Meaning of the Name Xi Wangmu, Spirit-Mother of the West. Journal of the American Oriental Society. 122(1), 83. Abstract
Guorong, Y. (2008).  Names and words in the philosophy of Zhuangzi. Frontiers of Philosophy in China. 3(1), 1.
Lee, Y. S. (2001).  Language and the Experience of the Tao. International Journal for Field-Being. 1(2), 8:1. Abstract
Ma, L., & van Brakel J. (2006).  Heidegger's comportment toward east-west dialogue. PHILOSOPHY - EAST - & WEST. 56(4), 519. Abstract
Wei, Z. (2005).  On the Way to a Common Language? - Heidegger's Dialogue with a Japanese Visitor. Dao: - A - Journal of Comparative Philosophy. 4(2), 283.
Law, Y. L. (2011).  The Moral Principles in Wang Bi's Study on "the Book of Change". ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. 347. Abstract
Law, Y. L. (2011).  The Moral Principles in Wang Bi's Study on "the Book of Change". ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. 347. Abstract