China has enjoyed a series of long and storied philosophical traditions. A Concise History of Chinese Philosophy offers a synthesized look at how the greatest philosophical movements in China, including Confucianism, Daoism, Legalism and Mohism, have evolved over the course of history. The book tracks their ebb and flow, demonstrating how these disciplines serve as signposts for complex social processes integral to a broader understanding of China.
About the Author
Jiefu Xiao is a professor of philosophy at Wuhan University. Jinquan Li is a professor of philosophy at Sun Yat-sen University.