The Encyclopedia of Confucianism: 2-Volume Set (Hardcover)
|This monumental reference is the first to cover Confucianism as a whole, in 1235 entries on its history, key thinkers, doctrines, schools, rituals, sacred places and terminology, and the modern Confucianism in today's China and other Eastern Asian countries. Written by an international team of specialists, it provides extensive textual cross-references, bibliographies and three comprehensive indexes.Entries include: - Altar to the Sun - Benran zhixing (Original human nature) - Boshi (Erudites or Academicians) - Chijing (Holding or maintaining seriousness) - Ching, Julia (1934-2001) - Confucianism and Capitalism - Dade xiaode (Great virtue and petty virtue) - Da zhangfu (Great man) - E (Evil, disagreeable, to dislike) - Fufu (Husband and wife) - Gong (Acting for public interests) - He Lin (1902-1992, "zi Zizhao) - Jiaohua (To educate and transform) - Kojiki ("Records of Ancient Matters) - Liangxin (the good or innate mind) - Ping tianxia (Making the world peaceful) - Qi qing (Seven emotions) - Renlun (Human relationships) - Rites of Passage - Rujia bapai (The eight Confucian factions) - Sang li (Rites of mourning and burial) - Se (Countenance, sensual beauty) - Tianxia (The World) - Xian sheng (the First Sage) - Zhangyou (Senior-junior relationship) - And many more.|
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This unique reference covers Confucianism as a whole, in 1235 entries on its history, doctrines, schools, rituals, sacred places and terminology, and on the new thinking taking place in China and other Eastern Asian countries.