Gu Yanwu
Gu Yanwu (traditional Chinese: 顧炎武; simplified Chinese: 顾炎武; pinyin: Gù Yánwǔ; Wade–Giles: Ku Yen-wu) (July 15, 1613– February 15, 1682), also known as Gu Tinglin (Chinese: 顧亭林), w...
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Li Shenzhi
Li Zhenzhi (李慎之; 1923–2003) was a prominent Chinese social scientist and public intellectual. Long a trusted spokesperson of the Chinese Communist Party, he rose to become Vice-President of the Chines...
Hong Liangji
Hong Liangji (Chinese: 洪亮吉; pinyin: Hóng Liàngjí; Wade–Giles: Hung Liangchi, 1746–1809), courtesy names Junzhi (君直) and Zhicun (稚存), was a Chinese scholar, statesman, political theorist, a...
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Chung-ying Cheng
Chung-ying Cheng (Chinese: 成中英) is a Chinese philosopher and professor of philosophy at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. He received his BA in 1956 from National Taiwan University, his MA in 1958 f...
Woo Tsin-hang
Wu Zhihui (Chinese: 吳稚暉; 25 March 1865 – 30 October 1953), also Wu Jingheng (Chinese: 吳敬恆; pinyin: Wú Jìnghéng; Wade–Giles: Wu Ching-heng), born Wu Tiao (Chinese: 吳朓; pinyin&...
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Ge Hong
Ge Hong (Chinese: 葛洪; pinyin: Gě Hóng; Wade–Giles: Ko Hung, 283–343), courtesy name Zhichuan (稚川), was a minor southern official during the Jìn Dynasty (263-420) of China, best known for h...
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Hu Qiaomu
Hu Qiaomu (1912–1992) was a revolutionary, sociologist, Marxist philosopher and prominent politician of People's Republic of China. In the age of economic reform that followed the death of Mao Zedong,...
Gu (surname)
Gu (also spelled "Ku" and "Koo") can refer to several different Chinese family names.
Wang Maozu
Wang Maozu (Chinese: 汪懋祖; pinyin: Wāng Màozǔ; 4 March 1891 - 9 January 1949) is a Chinese educationist and philosopher. In 1920s, he earned his master degree at the Teachers College, Columbia ...