Ming-Chia

Ming-Chia

 

(School of Names), a school of ancient Chinese philosophy of the fifth to second centuries B.C. that logically analyzed the relationship between the name and essence of a thing. Its leading representatives were Kung-sun Lung and Hui Shih.

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Chieh-Wen Sheng, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Commerce Technology and Management, and Yi-Fang Tian, Graduate School of Service Business Management, Chihlee Institute of Technology, Banciao, Taiwan, ROC; Ming-Chia Chen, Department of Hospitality Management, MingDao University, Changhua County, Taiwan, ROC.
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Ming-Chia Chen Ming-Dao University, Changhua County, Taiwan, ROC Yuan-Cheng Tsai Overseas Chinese University, Taichung, Taiwan, ROC Ming-Chia Chen, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Hospitality Management, Ming-Dao University, Changhua County, Taiwan, ROC; Yuan-Cheng Tsai, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing and Distribution Management, Overseas Chinese University, Taiwan, ROC.