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莱顿大学的汉学系学生会保障学生的利益。我们的协会1978年被建立以来,一直支持学生学习、加强学生之间的关系、向外代表我们的学生。

莱顿大学的汉学本科与硕士是包括学习中国的语言、历史、经济、哲学、文化等方面的学系。学系的教授既有汉学领域最好的专家,又有来自中国的交流教授。学生们都要义务留学在中国。

汉学系学生会采取各种各样的方法来支持学生学习,比方讲座、语言朋友项目、关于学习和就业的补充咨询、还有每年主办的职业市场。我们用这种方法来帮学生们作出课程和职业的决定。另外学生会为学生也举办派对、晚会、旅行团等活动。

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Beste allen,

Laatst werden we aangesproken om onderstaande China Seminar te promoten, let wel op: het is morgen (8 mei) al!
Hieronder meer informatie:

www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/events/2019/05/mohist-forms-of-argument-in-ancient-china-influences-...

Mohist Forms of Argument in Ancient China: Influences and Evaluations

Douglas L. Berger, Leiden University
May 8th, 15:15-17:00 HUIZINGA 006

The ancient and variegated lineages of Mohist thought (墨家) in Warring States China developed and analysed a number of different strategies of argument, including "parallelism" (侔), "pulling" (援) and "pushing" (推) in their confrontations with other "schools." The Mohists themselves seemed to have had qualified confidence in these forms of argument, maintaining that they could be used correctly to evaluate the factual and moral correctness of competing maxims (言) but also acknowledging the limitations of each when used individually and in concert. The argument strategies appear to have been widely influential, used as they were by Confucian, proto-"Daoist" and "School of Names" texts, but met with quite different evaluations in them, both positive and negative. This presentation will examine the use and assessment of these various argument strategies among early Chinese thinkers in order to demonstrate that at least some forms of formalised argument were both widely recognised and differently reflected upon in early Chinese thought.
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