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Xunzi xue shuo xi lun / [zhu zuo zhe Bao Guoshun]
荀子學說析論 / [著作者鮑國順]
Bib ID 661394
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Bao, Guoshun
鮑國順
 
Description Taibei Shi : Hua zheng shu ju, Minguo 71 [1982] 
臺北市 : 華正書局, 民國71 [1982] 
5, 3, 214 pages ; 22 cm 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (pages 207-214).

Also issued online.

Subjects Xunzi, 340 B.C.-245 B.C.  |  Xunzi, 340 B.C.-245 B.C
荀子, 340-245 B. C.

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