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Some Limitations of Pre-Buddhist Chinese Rhetoric, Syntax and Semantics

Professor Christoph Harbsmeier (University of Oslo)
4 March 2016

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Some Limitations of Pre-Buddhist Chinese Rhetoric, Syntax and Semantics

Manuscript Culture in Early China, Graham vs. excavated texts

Professor Michael Nylan (Historian)
5 May 2015

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Manuscript Culture in Early China, Graham vs. excavated texts

The Zhongyong and Confucian A-theistic Religiousness

Professor Roger T. Ames (University of Hawai'i)
21 February 2014

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The Zhongyong and Confucian A-theistic Religiousness

Tao Qian and Lie Zi

Professor William H. Nienhauser, Jr. (University of Wisconsin)
15 April 2013

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Tao Qian and Lie Zi

Instruction Dialogues In The Zhuangzi: An “Anthropological” Reading

Professor Carine Defoort (University of Leuven, Belgium)
23 February 2012

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Instruction Dialogues in the Zhuangzi: An “Anthropological” Reading

Do The Ten Mohist Theses Represent Mozi’s Thought?

Professor Carine Defoort (University of Leuven, Belgium)
21 February 2012

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Do the Ten Mohist Thesis Represent Mozi’s Thought?

Ziran or Nature: In the Laozi and Contemporary Usage

Professor Liu Xiaogan (Chinese University Hong Kong)
23 February 2011

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Ziran or Nature: in the Laozi and Contemporary Usage

A Taoistic Sense of Social Responsibility

Professor Liu Xiaogan (Chinese University Hong Kong)
21 February 2011

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Lecture: The Deconstruction Of ‘Virtue’ And An Exercise In Scientific Morality

Professor Robert H. Gassmann (Professor Emeritus, University of Zurich)
23 February 2010

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Coming to Terms with De

The annual AC Graham Memorial Lectures are jointly organised at SOAS by the Early China Seminar at the Department of the Languages and Cultures of China and Inner Asia, the SOAS China Institute (SCI) and the London Confucius Institute (LCI).