Pioneer of the Chinese Revolution: Zhang Binglin and Confucianism

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CHARACTER LIST
Ai
Ajia rekishi kenkyū nyūmon
Akutagawa Ryūnosuke
Bailun
Ban Gu
"Baojiao fei suoyi zun Kong lun"
bian
"Bo Kang Youwei lun geming shu"
"Bo Kongjiao jianli yi"
Bo Yi
Bolan finmie ji
Cai Yuanpei
Cha Siting
Chan (Zen)
Chang Ju
Chen Dongshu
Chen Duxiu
Chen Fuchen (Jieshi)
Chen Huanzhang
Chen Li
Chen She
Chen Sheng
Chen Tianhua
Chen Zhongzi
Cheng Hao
Cheng Weishi lun
Cheng Yi
Chengyun tu
Chūgoku ni okeru kindai shii no zasetsu
chunfeng meisu
Chunqui Dongshi xue
Chunqiu Gongyang tongyi
Dacheng qixin lun
dafu
Dai Dongyuan de zhexue
Dai Mingshi
Dai Zhen
"Daiyi ranfou lun"
daoxue
Dazai Shundai
dazhuan
di
"Ding Kong"
Ding Wenjiang
Dong hua lu
Dong Zhongshu
Donglai Zuoshi boyi
Dongshu dushu ji
Du You
Duan Yucai
"Dusheng (xia)"
E da Bide bianzheng zhi
Erya

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