Material Conditions, Hierarchy, and Order in Early Confucian Political Thought: A Response to Reviewers

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El Amine, L. Material Conditions, Hierarchy, and Order in Early Confucian Political Thought: A Response to Reviewers. Dao 18, 285–289 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11712-019-09662-7

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