researchers into Chinese philosophy. There are a number of books available that appear to be Philosophy and religion aimed at relative tyros like me. There is a new edition of An Introduction to Chinese Philosophy just out (Lai, 2017)fromCambridge University Press, which also published Chinese Philosophy RR 2018/032 (Wen, 2012) which is short, at 172 pages, cheap (£14.99 in paperback) and in its third edition The Bloomsbury Research Handbook of which implies fairly regular sales. I might make Chinese Philosophy Methodologies a start with that one. I also noted the existence Edited by Sor-hoon Tan of an introductory text by Littlejohn (2015), Bloomsbury Academic another introduction by Van Norden (2011) and a set of readings (Ivanhoe, 2006). This London journal has previously looked at a couple of relevant reference books. Ivy Shin ix 1 375 pp. recommended a dictionary – Chinese Philosophy ISBN 978 1 4725 8031 3 (print); ISBN 978 1 4725 8030 6 A-Z (Mou, 2009) for its “clear concise (ePDF); ISBN 978 1 4725 8032 0 (ePub) deﬁnitions” and “added depth to the entries” (RR 2010/156); and Stuart Hannabuss, who £130 $176 (print); £28 $30 (e-book) knows far more about philosophy than me, Bloomsbury Research Handbooks
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