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'Since heaven has not yet destroyed this culture, what can the men of Kuang do to me?': cosmological confucianism and the development of science

Bart Dessein (UGent)
(2008) PHILOSOPHICA (GENT). 82. p.27-53
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Science, Needham question, Confucianism

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Dessein, Bart. 2008. “‘Since Heaven Has Not yet Destroyed This Culture, What Can the Men of Kuang Do to Me?’: Cosmological Confucianism and the Development of Science.” Ed. Erik Weber. Philosophica (gent) 82: 27–53.
APA
Dessein, B. (2008). “Since heaven has not yet destroyed this culture, what can the men of Kuang do to me?”: cosmological confucianism and the development of science. (E. Weber, Ed.)PHILOSOPHICA (GENT), 82, 27–53.
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Dessein B. “Since heaven has not yet destroyed this culture, what can the men of Kuang do to me?”: cosmological confucianism and the development of science. Weber E, editor. PHILOSOPHICA (GENT). 2008;82:27–53.
MLA
Dessein, Bart. “‘Since Heaven Has Not yet Destroyed This Culture, What Can the Men of Kuang Do to Me?’: Cosmological Confucianism and the Development of Science.” Ed. Erik Weber. PHILOSOPHICA (GENT) 82 (2008): 27–53. Print.
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