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How the Chinese Sages’ Debate Concludes on Nature versus Nurture Ana Hyo Young Lim Professor Dennis Arjo Philosophy 121 Honors December 7, 2017
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1 The Chinese sages, Menicus and Xunzi, expressed contrasting views on human nature, but they both agree on the type of nurture men need in order to fully develop as good men. The
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Unformatted text preview: debate between Menicus and Xunzi 2 Bibliography Mencius. Mencius . . Xunzi. “Human Nature Is Bad.” ....
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