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Hu Shi's Study of Chinese Medieval Intellectual History
Yulie Lou and Jianying Han
Frontiers of Philosophy in China
Vol. 1, No. 1 (Jan., 2006), pp. 66-78
Published by: Brill
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30209952
Page Count: 13
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Hu Shi frequently gave lectures on the history of Chinese philosophy, especially the history of ancient Chinese philosophy, from the year 1919 to 1937. A large number of papers and dissertations published during this period are related to his research on this topic. In his opinion, there are three characteristics of the history of ancient Chinese philosophy: "religionalization of thought," "Indianization of philosophy," and "conflict between Chinese thought and Indian thought." In this paper, I explore Hu Shi's deep insight into the religionalization of Confucianism in Han dynasty and into the thought of Taoism in the medieval times.
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