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Xunzi may refer to:

  • Xunzi (book) (荀子), an ancient Chinese collection of philosophical writings attributed to the below figure
  • Xun Kuang (荀況), a 3rd century BC philosopher and teacher, known as "Master Xun" ("Xunzi"), to whom the Xunzi is traditionally attributed
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