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Yongjia School (Chinese: 永嘉学派; Pinyin: Yǒngjiā Xuépài) was a Chinese school of thought during the Song dynasty that advocated for pragmatism and challenged Confucianism. It was named after Yongjia, now called Wenzhou.
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