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The Encounter and Cross-Cultural Interpretation of
the Catholic and Confucian Views of the Soul

by

WANG Ding'an

November 10, 2011

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Dr. WANG Ding’an, dicussed the Catholic view of the soul and the Confucian view of hun-po (soul, spirit, etc.), and pointed out that a “fusion of vision” continued to take form in this interpretive cycle, which has constituted a vital part of Chinese thought since the late Ming Dynasty.




WANG Ding'an, Lecturer at Zhejiang Unviersity of Technology. He received his Ph.D. from Fudan University. Currently he is a visiting scholar at Center on Religion and Chinese Society in Purdue University.

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