One and Many: A Comparative Study of Plato's Philosophy and Daoism Represented by Ge Hong
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400pp. December 2011
One and Many: A Comparative Study of Plato's Philosophy and Daoism Represented by Ge Hong
Author: Zhang, Ji;
Is the world one or many? Ji Zhang revisits this ancient philosophical question from the modern perspective of comparative studies. His investigation stages an intellectual exchange between Plato, founder of the Academy, and Ge Hong, who systematized Daoi
Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy Monographs List, No. 22
“This is a work of great intellectual daring, requiring immense erudition and impressive power of synthesis. The topic, comparing the ontological ideas of Plato and Ge Hong with special reference to their implications for the one-many problem, is unique,
Author: Zhang, Ji;
Ji Zhang is formerly a Sanderson Fellow and now Research Associate of the Uniting Church Theological College which, through the United Faculty of Theology, forms part of the Melbourne College of Divinity. He is also an ordained minister o
Read the Introduction (PDF).
List of Figures 
Abbreviations 
Introduction “One and Many” as an Ontological Problem 

Part One Textual Studies 
Chapter 1 Ge Hong’s Doctrine of Xuan Dao  <



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