Cheng Hao


Cheng Hao
Cheng Hao.

Cheng Hao (程顥, 1032-1085), est un philosophe chinois de la dynastie Song, frère de Cheng Yi (1033-1107). Représentant du néoconfucianisme, il est considéré comme le principal inititateur de l'École de l'Esprit.

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