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Note on references to early and dynastic Chinese sources:

References to the texts below are drawn from the database of Chinese Text Project 中國哲學書電子化計劃. 2006–present. Available at: ctext​.org​/zh.

Baihu tongde lun
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Daodejing
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Guangyun
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Kangxi zidian
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Liji
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Lunyu
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Shangshu
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Shuowen jiezi
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Taiping Yulan
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Xiaojing
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Xunzi
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Yijing 易經 (Zhouyi 周易)
Zhonglun
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Zhongyong
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Zhuangzi
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