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East Asian Confucianisms:Texts in Contexts

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9789863500735
Chun-Chieh Huang
國立臺灣大學出版中心
2015年6月24日
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ISBN:9789863500735
  • 叢書系列:Global East Asia
  • 規格:精裝 / 296頁 / 15.5 x 24 cm / 普通級
    Global East Asia


  • 人文史地 > 哲學 > 中國哲學 > 儒家











      This volume tells the story of the importance of the Confucian traditions and why and how Confucian texts were reinterpreted within the different ambiances and contexts around East Asia. The vitality of East Asian Confucianisms stems from the desire of Confucian thinkers to interpret the core values of the Confucian classics in line with conditions and changes in their own times and location. Although all the interpretations that were advanced in China, Korea and Japan were specific to their own era, they do still share some themes in common. This book reveals that “East Asian Confucianisms” forms an intellectual community that is transnational and multi-lingual and has evolved in interaction between Confucian “universal values” and the local conditions present in each East Asian country.






    Preface

    Prologue



    Part Ⅰ New Perspectives on East Asian Confucianisms



    Introduction



    Chapter One: On the Relationship between Interpretations of the Confucian Classics and Political Power in East Asia: An Inquiry into the Analects and Mencius



    Chapter Two: On the “Contextual Turn” in the Tokugawa Japanese Interpretation of the Confucian Classics: Types and Problems



    Chapter Three: East Asian Conceptions of the Public and Private Realms



    Chapter Four: The Role of Dasan Learning in the Making of East Asian Confucianisms: A Twenty-First-Century Perspective



    Part II Confucian Texts in East Asian Contexts



    Introduction



    Chapter Five: Zhu Xi’s Comments on Analects 4.15 and 15.3, and His Critics: A Historical Perspective



    Chapter Six: The Reception and Reinterpretation of Zhu Xi’s Treatise on Humanity in Tokugawa Japan



    Chapter Seven: The Confucian World of Thought in Eighteenth-Century East Asia: A Comparative Perspective



    Chapter Eight: It? Jinsai on the Analects



    Chapter Nine: Shibusawa ?ichi on the Analects



    Chapter Ten: What is Ignored in It? Jinsai’s Interpretation of Mencius?



    Chapter Eleven: Yamada H?koku on Mencius’ Theory of Nurturing Qi: A Historical Perspective



    Chapter Twelve: The Idea of Zhongguo and Its Transformation in the Contexts of Early Modern Japan and Contemporary Taiwan



    Epilogue



    Appendix: Some Observations on the Study of the History of Cultural Interactions in East Asia



    Indexes

    Bibliography

    Index of Names

    Index of Terms




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