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Translated title of the contribution中国传统哲学与本土管理研究 : 讨论与反思
This paper focuses on three key notions of Chinese traditional philosophy, i.e., Zhongyong, Yin Yang, and Wu, pointing out the possible mistakes in Prof. Peter Ping Li's arguments as well as some questions that are often neglected and taken for granted. The author posits, Chinese traditional philosophy is a system of thought distinct from the Western philosophy; while the Western philosophy is mainly concerned about the True, i.e., the objective knowledge of the world, the aim of Chinese traditional philosophy is the pursuit of the Good, i.e., the unification of heaven and human.

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Original languageChinese
JournalGuanli Xuebao
Volume10
Issue number10
Pages (from-to)1425-1433
ISSN1672-884X
StatePublished - 2013

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