Wang Gen (Chinese: 王艮; pinyin: Wáng gěn), (born 20 July 1483 - died 2 January 1541) was a Ming dynasty Neo-Confucian philosopher who popularized the teachings of Wang Yangming. Wang was the founder of the Taizhou School (simplified Chinese: 泰州学派; traditional Chinese: 泰州學派; pinyin: Tàizhōu xuépài).
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