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Teng Shih (6th century BCE) was a Chinese Sophist who lived and wrote in the province of Cheng. He is best known for teaching “the doctrines of the relativity of right and wrong” and for his persistent opposition to the government of Tse-Tsan, magistrate of Cheng. Little is known of Teng Shih and the meagre sources available are mostly hostile... [continue reading]
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A. C. GrahamOpen Court (20 April 1989)Price: $35.31
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