Monthly Archives: July 2015

Digitizing Early China

Seminar at Leiden University, 5 August 2015 Since its origins as a database of Warring States philosophical texts, the Chinese Text Project ( has gradually grown to become one of the largest digital libraries of pre-modern Chinese texts in existence, … Continue reading

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Chinese Text Project – Support for Unicode 8.0

A new version of the Unicode standard has been released, defining thousands of additional rarely used and variant Chinese characters. Support for these has been added to the dictionary section of the site; to view these characters, please install the … Continue reading

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Zhuangzi, perspectives, and greater knowledge

This paper, accepted April 2012, has now appeared in Philosophy East and West 65:3 (July 2015).

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