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Harbsmeier, Christoph. xxxx. "Aspects of Classical Chinese Syntax." . cite. STATS (1)
Harbsmeier, Christoph. 1999. "Authorial Presence in Some Pre-Buddhist Chinese Texts." In De l'un au multiple: traduction du chinois vers les langues europeennes = Translations from Chinese into European languages, edited by Viviane Alleton and Michael Lackner. 219-254. Editions de la Maison des sciences de l'homme. cite. STATS
Harbsmeier, Christoph. 1990. "Some Desultory Speculations On Non-restrictive Modification of Nouns and Parentheses in Latin and Pre-Han Chinese." In The master said, to study and--: to Soren Egerod on the occasion of his sixty-seventh birthday, edited by Birthe Arendrup et al.. 107-116. East Asian Institute, University of Copenhagen. cite. STATS
Harbsmeier, Christoph. 2004. "The Semantics of Qing in Pre-Buddhist Chinese [distinguishes Seven Basic Meanings of the Term Qing: Factual, Metaphysical, Political, Anthropological, Psychological, Personal and Emotional]." In Love and emotions in traditional Chinese literature. Leiden, The Netherlands; Boston, Mass, edited by Halvor Eifring. 69-148. Brill. cite. STATS
Harbsmeier, Christoph. 1989. "The Classical Chinese Modal Particle Yi." In In: International Conference on Sinology (2nd: 1986: Taipei, Taiwan) Zhong yang yan jiu yuan di 2 jie guo ji Han xue hui yi lun wen ji: Zhonghua min guo qi shi wu nian shi er yue nian jiu ri zhi sa yi ri. [2] Yu yan yu wen zi zu, 471-503. Zhong yang yan jiu yuan. cite. STATS
Harbsmeier, Christoph. 2001. "May Fourth Linguistic Orthodoxy and Rhetoric: Some Informal Comparative Notes." In New terms for new ideas: Western knowledge and lexical change in late imperial China. Leiden; Boston, Mass, edited by Michael Lackner et al.. 373-410. Brill. cite. STATS
Harbsmeier, Christoph. 1990. "Confucius Ridens: Humor in the Analects." In Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, 50 , no. 1: . cite. STATS
Harbsmeier, Christoph. xxxx. "Where Do Classical Chinese Nouns Come From?" In Early China, 77-163. cite. STATS
Harbsmeier, Christopher. 1999. "Chinese Rhetoric." In T'oung Pao, 85: 114-126(13). cite. STATS
Harbsmeier, Christoph. "Aspects of Classical Chinese Syntax." . cite. STATS
Harbsmeier, Christoph. 1998. "Language and Logic in Traditional China." xxiv, 479 p. Cambridge UP.. cite. STATS
Harbsmeier, Christoph. 1991. "The Scope of Final Particle Erh Z in Lun YĆ¼ and Meng Tzu." In Rocznik Orientalistyczny, 47 , no. 2: 69-75. cite. STATS
Harbsmeier, Christoph. 1998. "MICHAEL NYLAN, The Canon of Supreme Mystery, By Yang Hsiung. A Translation with Commentary of the Tai Hsuan Ching. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1993. Xiv + 680 Pages, Notes, Bibliography, Index." In T'oung Pao, 84: 447-453(7). cite. STATS