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(in Chinese philosophy) a Neo-Confucian school asserting the existence of transcendent universals, which form individual objects from a primal matter otherwise formless.
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Also called Ch'eng-Chu school, Cheng-Zhu school [cheng-joo] /ˈtʃɛŋˈdʒu/ . Chinese Li Hsüeh [lee -shye], /ˈli ˈʃüɛ/, (Pinyin) Li Xue [lee -shwœ] /ˈli ˈʃwœ/ .
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