Deconstruction and the ethical in Asian thought

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Wang, Y. (2007).  Deconstruction and the ethical in Asian thought. Routledge studies in Asian religion and philosophyDeconstruction and the ethical in Asian thought.
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Bokenkamp, S. R. (2007).  Ancestors and anxiety: Daoism and the birth of rebirth in China. A Philip E. Lilienthal book in Asian studiesAncestors and anxiety: Daoism and the birth of rebirth in China. 220 - xi, 220.

A Daoist Critique of Searle on Mind and Action

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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.

'Wú-Wéi', The Background, and Intentionality

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Fraser, C. (2008).  'Wú-Wéi', The Background, and Intentionality. Philosophy of History and Culture~~27Searle's Philosophy and Chinese Philosophy: Constructive Engagement. 28 - 90.

Daoist leadership: theory and application

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Lee, Y. -ting, Han A. -guo, Fan H. -xia, & Byron T. K. (2008).  Daoist leadership: theory and application. Leadership and management in China: philosophies, theories, and practicesLeadership and management in China: philosophies, theories, and practices.
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