TO CATCH A THIEF: ZHU XI (1130–1200) AND THE HERMENEUTIC ART

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JOHN H. BERTHRONG, associate dean, Academic and Administrative Affairs, and associate professor of Comparative Theology, Boston University School of Theology. Specialties: comparative philosophy and theology, religious pluralism, Chinese religion, Confucianism. E-mail: jhb@bu.edu

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