This a general account of the school of Mo-tzu, its social basis
as a movement of craftsmen, its isolated place in the Chinese
tradition, and the nature of its later contributions to logic,
ethics, and science. It assesses the relation of Mohist thinking to
the structure of the Chinese language, and grapples with the
textual dynamics of later Mohist writings, particularly in regard
to grammar and style, technical terminology, the use and
significance of stock examples, and overall organization. Includes
edited and annotated Chinese text with an English translation and
commentary, a glossary, and a photographic reproduction of the
unemended text from the Taoist Patrology.
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