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BookEnglishGraham, A.C.Later Mohist Logic, Ethics and Science, Chinese University Press (2004)962201142X
BookChineseFung, Yiu-ming公孫龍子 - 一個分析哲學的觀點, 東大書局 (2000)
BookChineseLee, Hsien-Chung先秦名家「名實」思想探析, 台北﹕文史哲出版社 (August 1992)
BookChinesePang, Pu公孙龙子研究, 中華書局 (1979)
BookChineseTan, Jie-fu公孫龍子形名發微, 中華書局 (1963)
ArticleEnglishCheng, Chung-ying Kung-sun Lung: White horse and other issues in "Philosophy East and West" (1983) Vol. 33 Iss. 4 p.341-354
ArticleEnglishGraham, A.C. Kung-sun Lung's essay on meanings and things in "Journal of Oriental Studies" (1955) Vol. 2 Iss. 2 p.282-301
ArticleEnglishGraham, A.C. The Composition of the Gongsuen Long tzyy in "Asia Major" (1957) Vol. 5 Iss. 2 p.147-183
ArticleEnglishGraham, A.C. The Disputation of Kung-sun Lung as argument about whole and part in "Philosophy East and West" (1986) Vol. 36 Iss. 2 p.89-106
ArticleEnglishGraham, A.C. Two Dialogues in the Kung-sun Lung Tzu: 'White Horse' and 'Left and Right' in "Asia Major" (1965) Vol. 11 Iss. 2 p.128-152
ArticleEnglishHansen, Chad Mass nouns and 'A white horse is not a horse' in "Philosophy East and West" (1976) Vol. 26 Iss. 2 p.189-209
ArticleEnglishHansen, Chad Prolegomena to Future Solutions to 'White-Horse Not Horse' in "Journal of Chinese Philosophy" (2007) Vol. 34 Iss. 4
ArticleEnglishIm, Manyul Horse-Parts, White-Parts, and Naming: Semantics, Ontology and Compound Terms in the White Horse Dialogue in "Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy" (2007) Vol. 6 Iss. 2 p.167-186
ArticleEnglishJohnston, Ian The Gongsun Longzi: A Translation and An Analysis of Its Relationship to Later Mohist Writings in "Journal of Chinese Philosophy" (2004) Vol. 31 Iss. 2 p.271-295
ChapterEnglishHansen, ChadKung-sun Lung and the White-Horse Paradox in "Language and Logic in Ancient China (Michigan studies on China)" p.140-172
ChapterEnglishHansen, ChadThe School of Names: Linguistic Analysis in China in "A Daoist Theory of Chinese Thought: A Philosophical Interpretation" p.233-264
ChapterEnglishHarbsmeier, ChristophThe Mass Noun Hypothesis and the Part-Whole Analysis of the White Horse Dialog in "Chinese Texts and Philosophical Contexts: Essays Dedicated to Angus C. Graham" p.49-66
ChapterEnglishXing, LuConceptualization of Ming Bian: The School of Ming in "Rhetoric in Ancient China, Fifth to Third Century B.C.E: A Comparison With Classical Greek Rhetoric" p.127-153
WebsiteEnglishFraser, ChrisSchool of Names in "Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy" (2009)