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What Chou Tun-Yi--the Master Chou, as he was affectionately called--created was a movement which vitally renewed, greatly expanded, and vigorously reshaped what had been Confucianism, a movement which was later established as the "Mind School" by Lu Hsiang Shan and still later reached its climax with Wang Yang-ming, who produced an effective synthesis in which Buddhist and Taoistic elements are noticeable, along with the fundamental Confucian ones and with his own personal contributions.

-- Notebooks Category 15: The Orient > Chapter 3: China, Japan, Tibet > # 111

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