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Introduction 1 1. Malebranche and Chinese Philosophy David E. Mungello 29 2. The Pre-Established Harmony Between Leibniz and Chinese Thought Daniel J. Cook and Henry Rosemont 55 3. The Sinophilism of Christian Wolff (1679-1754) Donald F Lach 69 4. Voltaire, Sinophile Basil Guy 83 5. The Possibility of Oriental Influence in Hume's Philosophy Nolan Pliny Jacobson 110 6. Herder and German Romanticism Ronald Taylor 130 7. Hegel Wilhelm Halbfass 141 8. Schelling and Schopenhauer Wilhelm Halbfass 161 9. The Influences of Eastern Thought on Schopenhauer's Doctrine of the Thing-in-Itself Moira Nicholls 187 10. Emerson and Indian Philosophy Dale Riepe 220 11. Thoreau's India: The Impact of Reading in a Crisis David H. Albert 230 12. Thoreau's Hindu Quotations in A Week Ellen M. Raghavan and Barry Wood 242 13. Nietzsche's Trans-European Eye Mervyn Sprung 247 14. Nietzsche and the Laws of Manu Thomas H. Brobjer 260 15. Taoism and Jung: Synchronicity and the Self Harold Coward 279 16. Martin Buber and Taoism Irene Eber 296 17. Heidegger's Hidden Sources: East Asian Influences on his Work Reinhard May 315 Bibliography 323 Copyright Acknowledgements 343 Index 345Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Philosophy, Modern 18th century, Philosophy, Asian Influence, Orientalism