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Description: past and present philosophy in China.

Sites in this category should either serve as general resource sites for Chinese philosophy, or seek to answer the question of what Chinese philosophy is.

As a rule, sites should be listed in regional/national categories of Philosophy only if that is the only plausible place to list them. Sites which pertain to a specific Chinese thinker should be sent to Philosophers, and sites which pertain to a specific movement should be sent to the appropriate category. Double listing should be reserved for exceptional resources.
Past and present philosophy in China.
Temples or shrines of the Confucian tradition. This also includes Confucian schools and academies which are no longer active.
A humanistic tradition of East Asian thought, begun by Confucius and continued by later thinkers such as Mencius and Zhu Xi.
Description: Silhak (Shilhak, Shirhak, Sirhak). A Korean philosophical reform movement under the later Joseon dynasty (17th-19th centuries). The name means "practical learning."
Sites concerning the history of Eastern philosophical traditions, and traditions which are no longer active.
Description: past and present philosophy in India.

Sites in this category should either serve as general resource sites for Indian philosophy, or seek to answer the question of what Indian philosophy is.

As a rule, sites should be listed in regional/national categories of Philosophy only if that is the only plausible place to list them. Sites which pertain to a specific Indian thinker should be sent to Philosophers, and sites which pertain to a specific movement should be sent to the appropriate category. Double listing should be reserved for exceptional resources.
Past and present philosophy in India.
Description: past and present philosophy in Japan.

Sites in this category should either serve as general resource sites for Japanese philosophy, or seek to answer the question of what Japanese philosophy is.

As a rule, sites should be listed in regional/national categories of Philosophy only if that is the only plausible place to list them. Sites which pertain to a specific Japanese thinker should be sent to Philosophers, and sites which pertain to a specific movement should be sent to the appropriate category. Double listing should be reserved for exceptional resources.
Past and present philosophy in Japan.
Description: past and present philosophy in Korea.

Sites in this category should either serve as general resource sites for Korean philosophy, or seek to answer the question of what Korean philosophy is.

As a rule, sites should be listed in regional/national categories of Philosophy only if that is the only plausible place to list them. Sites which pertain to a specific Korean thinker should be sent to Philosophers, and sites which pertain to a specific movement should be sent to the appropriate category. Double listing should be reserved for exceptional resources.
Past and present philosophy in Korea.
The Kyoto School, a prominent group of Japanese philosophers from the early 20th century to recent times. Led by Nishida, they strove to bring together the Zen and Western traditions of thought.
Links to categories of Eastern philosophers.
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