The idea of Qi/Gi : East Asian and comparative philosophical perspectives / edited by Suk Gabriel Choi and Jung-Yeup Kim.
- Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 
vii, 184 pages ; 24 cm
- Qi (Chinese philosophy).
Philosophy -- East Asia.
- "This book investigates the different meanings and logics that the notion of qi/gi has acquired within the East Asian traditions in order to understand the diversity of these traditions. More specifically, this work focuses on investigating how the notion was understood by traditional Chinese and Korean philosophers"-- Provided by publisher.
- Zhang zai's philosophy of qi / Jung-Yeup Kim
Some aspects of the concept of qi in zhu xi / Yung Sik Kim
Dai Zhen's idea of Qi and his critique of neo-Confucianism / Suk gabriel choi
Gwon Geun and Dasan on the nature of the mind-heart / Halla Kim
Toegye's and Gobong's Li-Qi metaphysics and the four-seven debate / Bongrae Seok
Yi yulgok on Gi/Qi, self-cultivation, and practical learning / Edward Y. J. Chung
An investigation of Hong Daeyong's gi worldview/ Jung-Yeup Kim
The position of Hyegang's philosophy in the history of world philosophy / Jeong-Woo Lee
Philosophizing "Jigi" of Donghak as experienced ultimate reality / So Jeong Park.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Choi, Suk G., editor.
Kim, Jung-Yeup, 1973- editor.
- Other format:
- Online version: Idea of QiGi
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