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Thomé H. Fang, Tang Junyi and Huayan Thought : a Confucian Appropriation of Buddhist Ideas in Response to Scientism in Twentieth-Century China.

Author: King Pong Chiu
Publisher: Leiden : BRILL, 2016.
Series: Modern Chinese philosophy.
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Chiu, King Pong.
Thomé H. Fang, Tang Junyi and Huayan Thought : A Confucian Appropriation of Buddhist Ideas in Response to Scientism in Twentieth-Century China.
Leiden : BRILL, ©2016
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: King Pong Chiu
ISBN: 9789004313880 9004313885
OCLC Number: 953660137
Notes: 5.1 'Scientism' as an Issue-From the Point of View of 'Ti' and 'Yong'
Description: 1 online resource (274 pages).
Contents: Acknowledgements; List of Figure and Tables; List of Abbreviations; A Note on Transliteration and Translation; Chapter 1 Introduction: Research Questions and Methodology; 1.1 Research Questions; 1.2 Methodology; Chapter 2 The Historical Context of Modern Confucian Thinkers' Appropriations of Buddhist Ideas; 2.1 'Ti' and 'Yong' as a Theoretical Framework; 2.2 The Western Challenge and the Chinese Response-An Overview; 2.2.1 The Declining Status of Confucianism from the Mid-Nineteenth Century; 2.2.2 'Scientism' as a Western Challenge in Early Twentieth-Century China. 2.2.3 Searching for New Sources for Cultural Transformation as the Chinese Response2.3 Confucian Thinkers' Appropriations of Buddhist Thought-An Overview; 2.4 Classical Huayan Thought and its Modern Development; 2.4.1 A Brief History of the Huayan School in the Tang Dynasty; 2.4.2 The Foundation of Huayan Thought; 2.4.3 Key Concepts in Huayan Thought; 2.4.4 The Modern Development of the Huayan School; 2.5 Fang and Tang as Models of 'Chinese Hermeneutics'-A Preliminary Discussion; Chapter 3 Thomé H. Fang and Huayan Thought; 3.1 Thomé H. Fang's General Philosophy. 3.1.1 The Life of Fang and Major Characteristics of his Work3.1.2 Fang on 'Scientism' and the Failure of Western Culture; 3.1.3 Fang on the Purpose of Philosophy and the Characteristics of Metaphysics; 3.1.4 Introduction to the 'Correlative Structure of Men and the World' or 'Blueprint'; 3.1.5 The Force behind Self-Exaltation-Creative Creativity; 3.1.6 'Comprehensive Harmony' as a Criterion for Evaluation; 3.1.7 A Discussion of Fang's Thought; 3.2 Thomé H. Fang's Interpretation of Huayan Thought-A Critical Review; 3.2.1 Fang's Overall Interpretation of Huayan Thought. 3.2.2 Fang's Criterion in Ranking Buddhist Theories-The Extent of Harmony3.2.3 Insights and Limitations in Fang's Interpretation of Huayan Thought; 3.3 Conclusion; Chapter 4 Tang Junyi and Huayan Thought; 4.1 Tang Junyi's General Philosophy; 4.1.1 The Life and Works of Tang Junyi; 4.1.2 Tang on the Purpose of Philosophy; 4.1.3 The Existence of Mind as a Theoretical Prerequisite; 4.1.4 The Characteristics of the Mind; 4.1.5 Introduction to the Theory of 'The Nine Horizons of the Mind'; 4.1.6 'Universal Observation' on Universal Observations. 4.1.7 The Theory of Practice-A Preliminary Discussion4.1.8 Tang on the Failure of Western Culture; 4.1.9 Conclusion-A Critical Review of Tang's Thought; 4.2 Tang Junyi's Harmonization of Thomé H. Fang's Thought; 4.3 Tang Junyi's Interpretation of Huayan Thought-A Critical Review; 4.3.1 Tang's Overall Interpretation of Huayan Thought; 4.3.2 Tang's Criterion in Ranking Buddhist Theories-The Harmonization of Values; 4.3.3 Insights and Limitations in Tang's Interpretation of Huayan Thought; Chapter 5 Fang's and Tang's Appropriations of Huayan Thought and 'Scientism'
Series Title: Modern Chinese philosophy.

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