Yüan thought Chinese thought and religion under the Mongols : (Papers)

Introduction / Wm. Theodore de Bary -- "Comprehensiveness" (t'ung) and "change" (pien) in Ma Tuan-lin's historical thought / Hok-lam Chan -- Law, statecraft, and the Spring and autumn annals in Yüan political thought / John D. Langlois, Jr. -- Wang Yün (1227-1304) / Her...

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Other Authors: Chan, Hok-lam 1938-2011; De Bary, William Theodore 1919-2017
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: New York Columbia Univ. Press 1982
Series/Journal:Neo-Confucian studies
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B China / Religion / History 1260-1368
B China / Intellectual history 1260-1368
Further subjects:B Philosophy, Chinese Congresses
B China Religion Congresses
B Conference program
Summary: Introduction / Wm. Theodore de Bary -- "Comprehensiveness" (t'ung) and "change" (pien) in Ma Tuan-lin's historical thought / Hok-lam Chan -- Law, statecraft, and the Spring and autumn annals in Yüan political thought / John D. Langlois, Jr. -- Wang Yün (1227-1304) / Herbert Franke -- Chu Hsi and Yüan Neo-Confucianism / Wing-tsit Chan -- Towards an understanding of Liu Yin's Confucian eremitism / Tu Wei-ming -- Wu Ch'eng's approach to internal self-cultivation and external knowledge-seeking / David Gedalecia -- Confucianism, local reform, and centralization in late Yüan Chekiang, 1342-1359 / John W. Dardess -- Chinese Buddhism in Ta-tu / Jan Yün-hua -- Chung-feng Ming-pen and Ch'an Buddhism in the Yüan / Chün-fang Yü -- The "Three teachings" in the Mongol-Yüan period / Liu Ts'un-yan and Judith Berling
ISBN: 023105324X