Chinese geniuses

In genius studies, Chinese geniuses refers to []

PhiloEpisteme rankings
In 2017, Hmolpedian Philoepisteme (Ѻ), a John Nash (Ѻ), Persian language (Ѻ), Gottlob Frege (Ѻ), Bertrand Russell, Jean Rousseau and Immanuel Kant (Ѻ) scholar, ranked (Ѻ) the top ten Chinese geniuses, in his opinion, as follows:

1. Zhuangzi
2. Laozi [not real?]
(604-531BC) (RGM:204|1,310+)
3. Xunzi
4. Qin Shi Huang
5. Lisi
6. Sun Tzu
(c.540-496BC) (IQ:165|#352) (RGM:47|1,310+)
7. Genghis Kahn
(IQ:180|#166) (IQ:180|#166) (RGM:313|1,310+)
8. Confucius [not real?]
(551-479BC) (IQ:170|#285) (RGM:30|1,310+)
9. Sima Qian
10. Zhang Heng

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The following are related quotes:

Chinese geniuses are extremely scarce; that is a fact. In the past 2500 years, there were only two instances of spontaneous progress: one happened in ancient Greece; the other in Renaissance Italy. If western powers had not come to contact with China in mid 19th century, China today would not have been much different from the China of 210 BC. Ming dynasty (1368-1644 AD) fortified and extended the Great Wall built by Qin dynasty (221 to 206 BC), from which one can infer how much progress had taken place both in technology and in mental life over the intervening centuries.”
— George Chen (2016), Quora Answer to “Why are There so many Chinese but we hear about so few of their geniuses?” (Ѻ), Mar 10

See also
● American geniuses
Chinese social physics school
Middle ages genius
● German geniuses
● French geniuses
● Roman geniuses
● Greek geniuses
● Italian geniuses

External links
● Do credible historians agree that other ancient religious founders such as Moses, Lao Tzu, Buddha and Zoroaster actually existed? (Ѻ) (2016) – Quora.

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