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‘REACTIONARY DISSENT IN LATE WARRING STATES CHINA: SITUATING THE ‘PRIMITIVIST’ LAYER IN LAOZI AND ZHUANGZI’

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Antonello Palumbo is Lecturer in Chinese Religions at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. He has written on various aspects of the ideological history of ancient and medieval China, such as polemics between Buddhists and Taoists, religious propaganda, Buddhist bibliographies and Chinese translations of Manichaean texts from Central Asia. His current work includes a monograph in progress on the book of Laozi and the origins of Taoism in early imperial China.

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