How did the Mohists see life differently in the Hundred Schools of Thought era? We find out today, as we explore their particular perspective as working class philosophers. We also learn lots about the early Confucians.
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Time/place: China, 475-221 BCE
Dead Idea: Mohism
Co-hosts: Andre Sólo
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Mozi. (1963). Mo Tzu: Basic Writings. Watson, B., Trans. New York: Columbia University Press.
Xunzi. (2014). Xunzi: The Complete Text. Hutton, E. L., Trans. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
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