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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Intellectual History of China.
Leiden : Brill ., ß2014
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|ISBN:||9789047425076 9047425073 1306447550 9781306447553|
|Description:||1 online resource (1 online resource (xiii, 425 pages)).|
|Contents:||Chronology of Chinese States and Dynasties; Abbreviations Used in Footnotes and Bibliography; Note on Translation; Author and Translators; Series Editors' Foreword; Introduction Chinese Intellectual History Writing; Prologue: The History of Chinese Intellectual History Itself; 1. The History of General Knowledge, Thought and Belief; 2. Between the History of Knowledge and the History of Thought; 3. The Foundational Presupposition of Chinese Thought: "Dao" or the "Way of Heaven"; 4. The Continuity of Intellectual History Emerges. 5. Historical Memory, Intellectual Resources and Reinterpretation6. Pictures Where There Are No Pictures: How to Deal with Empty Spaces in Intellectual History; 7. Addition and Subtraction Methods in Intellectual History Research; 8. What Can Be a Resource Material for Intellectual History?; Chapter 1 Tracing the Origins of Chinese Intellectual History in the Three Dynasties (Ancient Times to ca. 6th Century BCE); Brief Prologue: Remote Antiquity; 1. Reconstructing the World of Ancient Thought: Traditional Written Documents, Modern Theory, and Archeological Discoveries. 2. The Shang Conceptual System as Recorded in the Oracle Bone Inscriptions3. Evolution of Thought as Recorded in the Written Documents and Bronze Inscriptions of the Western Zhou; 4. Chinese Script and Chinese Intellectual History; 5. Ceremonies, Symbols and a Numerological World Order as the Background of Later Intellectual History; Chapter 2 The Hundred Schools of the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Period, I (ca. 6th to 3rd Century BCE); Brief Prologue: China's "Axial Age"; 1. General Knowledge and Thought in the Spring and Autumn Period. 2. Continuation and Renewal of the Intellectual Tradition, I: Ru or the Confucians3. Continuation and Renewal of the Intellectual Tradition, II: Mo or the Moists; 4. Continuation and Renewal of the Intellectual Tradition, III: Dao or the Daoists; 5. Elite Thought and General Knowledge: Implications of Mantic and Medical Arts in Intellectual History; Chapter 3 The Hundred Schools of the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Period, II (ca. 6th to 3rd Century BCE); 1. Warring States Hundred Schools Contend, I: Cosmic Space and Time; 2. Warring States Hundred Schools Contend, II: Social Order. 3. Warring States Hundred Schools Contend, III: Life of the Individual4. Language and Reality: The Warring States Period Disputations on Names; Chapter 4 Intellectual Convergence in the Qin and Han Dynasties, from ca. the 3rd Century BCE to ca. the Mid-2nd Century CE; Prologue: Coda to the Hundred Schools of Thought Contending; 1. General Knowledge Background and Intellectual Achievement in the Qin and Han Dynasties; 2. Toward a Synthesis of Knowledge and Philosophy: From the Luxuriant Dew of the Spring and Autumn Annals to the Huainanzi.|
|Series Title:||Brill's humanities in China library, volume 6.|
|Responsibility:||by Ge Zhaoguang ; translated by Michael S. Duke and Josephine Chiu-Duke.|