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Rudolf G. Wagner

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Rudolf G. Wagner (3 November 1941 — 25 October 2019) was a German sinologist. He was Senior Professor at the Department of Chinese Studies at the Heidelberg University and Co-Director of the Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context: Shifting Asymmetries in Cultural Flows". Professional career Rudolf G. Wagner studied sinology, Japanese studies, political science and philosophy in Bonn, Heidelberg, Paris and Munich between 1962 and 1969. Wagner was head of the student government (AStA) of Ludwig Maximilian University Munich from 1968–1969, where he completed his dissertation on the Buddhist studies topic “Hui-yuan慧遠's Questions to Kumarajiva鳩摩羅什” in 1969. As Harkness Fellow of the Commonwealth Fund, he did research for one year each at Harvard University and the University of California, Berkeley. From 1972 on, Wagner was Assistant Professor of Sinology at the Free University Berlin for five years. His habilitation thesis “Philology, Philosophy and Polit
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