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Faculty of Asian Studies: Confucianism, a Bibliography
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Wang Xiaobo Wang Xiaobo was born in Beijing in At the beginning of the Cultural Revolution, he was sent to rural Yunnan for "rustification," but later, in the s, studied economics at Renmin University of China. He received a master's degree from the University of Pittsburgh in , and, after returning to China, taught at Beijing University and at Renmin.
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Confucianism: a Bibliography [to the Song Dynasty]
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Rutt, Richard, trans. Durham East Asia Series, Shaughnessy, Edward, trans. I Ching: The Classic of Changes. New York: Ballantine Books, Translation by a highly regarded specialist in early Chou bronzes and texts. Shchutskii, Iulian. Researches on the I-ching.
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