Wang Fu (philosopher)


Wang Fu (philosopher)

Wang Fu ( _zh. 王符, c. 78 - 163),was a philosopher from Zhenyuan County, Gansu, Gansu, China. He is best known for the text Qian fu lun ("Comments of a Recluse"), which endorsed the Confucian model of government.

Further reading

* Ann Behnke Kinney. "The Art of the Han Essay: Wang Fu's Ch'ien-Fu Lun". Phoenix: Arizona State University Center for Asian Research, 1990. ISBN 0-939252-23-6


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