• Shen Dao - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shen_Dao Shen Dao (Chinese: 慎到; c. 350 – c. 275 BC) was a "Chinese Legalist" political philosopher most remembered for his influence on Han Fei with regards to the ...
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      rochesteracupuncture.us Rochester Acupuncture – Shen Dao Institute is an acupuncture and traditional Chinese Medicine center in downtown Rochester, Michigan, specializing in promoting well ...
    • Shen Dao - University of Hong Kong

      www.philosophy.hku.hk/ch/shendao.htm Shen Dao. Text and Interpretation Issues. Stoicism and the Great Dao. Political Implications. Daoist Influence and Paradox. Bibliography. Shen Dao (c. 350-275 B. C ...
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