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Xunzi and the Problem of Different Strokes for Different Folks: On Tang Siufu’s Self-realization through Confucian Learning

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I thank P. J. Ivanhoe for his comments on an earlier draft of this essay. I would also like to thank Winnie Sung for organizing the author-meets-critics panel at which this commentary was first presented as part of the 20th International Conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy, held in Singapore in 2017.

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Hutton, E.L. Xunzi and the Problem of Different Strokes for Different Folks: On Tang Siufu’s Self-realization through Confucian Learning. Dao 19, 113–120 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11712-019-09706-y

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