Monday, August 20, 2018
In China Daily on philosophy in China.
"The sun of philosophy rose in Greece, but should not set in Greece", [Tu Weiming] added. Its rays should be able to fall on the whole world, including countries with ancient civilizations, such as those in Asia and Latin America. In the 1980s, long lines formed outside bookstores in China for the newly published translated works of the German philosopher Martin Heidegger. But nowadays Chinese are taking a more measured approach in their observations of both Western and Chinese philosophy.
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