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|Named Person:||Jielian Liu; Jielian Liu|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||List of Figures and Tables Foreword by Peter G. Riddell Acknowledgments 1 Methodological Introduction 2 The Historical, Philosophical, and Islamic Context in China 3 An Examination of Liu Zhi's Writings 4 Liu Zhi's Engagement with the Concept of the Unity of Existence of the Ibn 'Arabi Tradition 5 Liu Zhi's Sufi Spirituality in Conversation with the Neo-Confucian Context in China 6 Liu Zhi's Engagement with Islam and Neo-Confucian Culture in His Rules and Proprieties of Islam: An English Translation and Detailed Examination 7 Model of Contextualization, Contemporary Relevance and Final Conclusion Appendix I: The Poem of the Five Sessions of the Moon in English Appendix II: Translation of Selected Texts of the True Record of the Utmost Sage of Islam Appendix III: Personal Narrative of Tianfan Dianli: (Selected Essential Explanations of the Proprieties of Islam) Appendix IV: The Rules and Proprieties of Islam Bibliography Index|
"This is a brilliant study of the contextualization of Arabic and Persian Sufi Muslim writing for a Chinese audience by one of the most influential Chinese Muslim writers, Liu Zhi (c1662-c1730).