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An Introduction to Confucianism
作者 Xinzhong Yao
出版社 Cambridge University Press
ISBN 9780521644303
分類 Religion > Chinese Religion
價格 HK$399.00
 
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Taking into account the long history and wide range of Confucian Studies, this book introduces Confucianism - initiated in China by Confucius (551 BC–479 BC) - primarily as a philosophical and religious tradition. It pays attention to Confucianism in both the West and the East, focussing on the tradition's doctrines, schools, rituals, sacred places and terminology, but also stressing the adaptations, transformations and new thinking taking place in modern times. Xinzhong Yao presents Confucianism as a tradition with many dimensions and as an ancient tradition with contemporary appeal. This gives the reader a richer and clearer view of how Confucianism functioned in the past and of what it means in the present. A Chinese scholar based in the West, he draws together the many strands of Confucianism in a style accessible to students, teachers, and general readers interested in one of the world's major religious traditions.


List of illustrations viii
Preface xi
Confucianism in history: chronological table xiv
Introduction: Confucian studies East and West 1 (3)
Stages of the Confucian evolution 4 (6)
Methodological focuses 10 (2)
Structure and contents 12 (2)
Translation and transliteration 14 (2)
Confucianism, Confucius and Confucian classics 16 (52)
`Confucianism' and ru 16 (14)
Ru and the ru tradition 17 (4)
Confucius 21 (5)
Confucianism as a `family' (jia) 26 (2)
Confucianism as a cult (jiao) 28 (1)
Confucianism as a form of learning (xue) 29 (1)
Ethics, politics and religion in the 30 (17)
Confucian tradition
An ethical system? 32 (2)
An official orthodoxy? 34 (4)
A religious tradition? 38 (9)
Confucian classics 47 (21)
Ancient records and the classics 49 (3)
Confucius and the Confucian classics 52 (2)
Confucian classics in history 54 (2)
The Thirteen Classics 56 (1)
The Five Classics 57 (6)
The Four Books 63 (5)
Evolution and transformation -- a historical 68 (71)
perspective
Confucianism and three options 68 (3)
Mengzi and his development of idealistic 71 (5)
Confucianism
Xunzi: a Great Confucian synthesiser 76 (5)
The victory of Confucianism and its 81 (2)
syncretism
Dong Zhongshu and the establishment of Han 83 (3)
Confucianism
Classical Learning: controversies and 86 (3)
debates
The Confucian dimension of `Mysterious 89 (7)
Learning'
The emergence of Neo-Confucianism 96 (2)
Five masters of early Neo-Confucianism 98 (7)
Zhu Xi and his systematic Confucianism 105 (4)
The Idealistic School: Lu Jiuyuan and Wang 109 (6)
Shouren
Korea: the second home for Confucianism 115 (10)
Japanese Confucianism: transfiguration and 125 (14)
application
The Way of Confucianism 139 (51)
The Way of Heaven 141 (12)
Heaven and the Confucian Ultimate 142 (5)
Heaven and moral principles 147 (2)
Heaven as Nature or Natural Law 149 (4)
The Way of Humans 153 (16)
Morality as transcendence 155 (5)
Good and evil 160 (5)
Sacred kingship and humane government 165 (4)
The Way of Harmony 169 (21)
Harmony: the concept and the theme 170 (4)
Oneness of Heaven and Humans 174 (1)
Humans and Nature 175 (3)
Social conflicts and their solutions 178 (12)
Ritual and religious practice 190 (55)
Confucianism: a tradition of ritual 191 (18)
Ritual and sacrifice 191 (5)
Sacrifice to Heaven 196 (3)
Sacrifice to ancestors and filial piety 199 (5)
The cult of Confucius 204 (5)
Learning and spiritual cultivation 209 (14)
Learning as a spiritual path 209 (7)
Spiritual cultivation 216 (7)
Confucianism and other religious traditions 223 (22)
The unity of three doctrines 224 (5)
Confucianism and Daoism 229 (4)
Mutual transformation between 233 (4)
Confucianism and Buddhism
Confucianism and Christianity 237 (8)
Confucianism and its modern relevance 245 (42)
Confucianism: survival and renovation 246 (15)
Stepping into the modern age 247 (4)
The rise of modern Confucianism 251 (4)
Unfolding of the Confucian project 255 (6)
The themes of modern Confucian studies 261 (12)
Confucianism and the fate of China 263 (3)
Confucianism and western culture 266 (4)
Confucianism and modernisation 270 (3)
Confucianism and its modern relevance 273 (14)
The revival of Confucian values 274 (5)
An ethic of responsibility 279 (1)
A comprehensive understanding of education 280 (4)
A humanistic meaning of life 284 (3)
Select bibliography 287 (22)
Transliteration table 309 (21)
Index 330


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