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Qīngtán (Chinese: 清談; Wade–Giles: Ch'ing1-t'an2; literally: "pure conversation") was a movement related to Taoism that developed during the Wei-Jin (魏晉) period and continued on through the Southern and Northern dynasties. Qingtan involved witty conversation or debates about metaphysics and philosophy.
- The voices of Wei-Jin scholars: A study of 'qingtan'[permanent dead link]
- Qingtan, or ch’ing-t’an, or pure conversation, (Chinese philosophy in Encyclopædia Britannica).
- Vom traditionellen China zum modernen Taiwan (German)
- Ch'ing-t’an (German)
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