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Dao companion to the excavated Guodian bamboo manuscripts

Author: Shirley Chan
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]
Series: Dao companions to Chinese philosophy, 10.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume covers the philosophical, historical, religious, and interpretative aspects of the ancient Guodian bamboo manuscripts (é#x83;­åº#x97;æ¥#x9A;ç°¡) which were disentombed in the Guodian Village in Hubei Province, China, in 1993. Considered to be the Chinese equivalent of the Dead Sea Scrolls, these manuscripts are archaeological finds whose importance cannot be underestimated. Many of the texts are  Read more...
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All Authors / Contributors: Shirley Chan
ISBN: 9783030046330 3030046338 303004632X 9783030046323 9783030046347 3030046346
OCLC Number: 1100071339
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Chapter 1. Introduction: The Excavated Guodian é#x83;Ưåð#x97; Bamboo Manuscripts (Shirley Chan) --
Part 1. A Philological Reading of the Guodian Manuscripts: The Texts and Textual Formation --
Chapter 2. The Guodian Laozi è#x80;#x81;åƯ#x90; Materials (Franklin Perkins) --
Chapter 3. On Citation Practices in the Guodian Manuscripts (HE Ruyue and Michael Nylan) --
Chapter 4. Shu æ#x9B;ı (Documents) Repertoire in Argument-Based Texts from Guodian: The Case of Cheng zhi æ#x88;#x90;ä¹#x8B; (Things Brought to Completion) (Dirk Meyer) --
Chapter 5. How to Achieve Good Governanceâ#x80;#x94;Arguments in the Tang Yu zhi dao å#x94;#x90;è#x99;#x9E;ä¹#x8B;é#x81;#x93; (The Ways of Yao and Shun) and the Zhong xin zhi dao å¿ ä¿¡ä¹#x8B;é#x81;#x93; (The Ways of Uprightness and Reliability) (Michael Schimmelpfennig) --
Chapter 6. Which Comes First? Dao é#x81;#x93; or De åℓ·: Evidence from Guodian Manuscripts (Constance A. Cook) --
Chapter 7. Reading heng cheng æ#x81;#x86;ç·" in the Guodian Bamboo Text Lu Mu Gong wen Zisi éƯ¯ç©#x86;å#x85;Ơå#x95;#x8F;åƯ#x90;æ#x80;#x9D; (Duke Mu of Lu Asked Zisi) (LIAO Mingchun) --
Part 2. Philosophical Concepts and Arguments in the Guodian Manuscripts --
Chapter 8. The Taiyi shengshui åÞ®äı#x80;ç#x94;#x9F;æ°þ Cosmogony and Its Role in Early Chinese Thought (Erica Brindley) --
Chapter 9. Daoist Philosophy as Viewed from the Guodian Manuscripts (Barbara Hendrischke) --
Chapter 10. â#x80;Sagacityâ#x80;#x9D; and the Heavenâ#x80;#x93;Human Relationship in the Wuxing äð#x94;è¡#x8C; (Erica Brindley) --
Chapter 11. The Qiong da yi shi ç®®é#x81;#x94;ä"Ææ#x99;#x82; (Poverty or Success Is a Matter of Timing) and the Concept of Heaven and Humans in Early Confucianism (LIANG Tao) --
Chapter 12. Xing æ#x80;ʹ and Qing æ#x83;#x85;: Human Nature and Moral Cultivation in the Guodian Text Xing zi ming chu æ#x80;ʹè#x87;®å#x91;ưå#x87;ð (Nature Derives from Endowment) (Shirley Chan) --
Chapter 13. Body and Mind in the Guodian Manuscripts (Lisa Raphals) --
Chapter 14. Daoist Nature or Confucian Nurture: Moral Development in the Yucong è®#x9E;å#x8F;Ø (Thicket of Sayings) (Shirley Chan) --
Chapter 15. The Debate over Coercive Rulership and the â#x80;Human Wayâ#x80;#x9D; in Light of Recently Excavated Warring States Texts (Updated) (Scott Cook) --
Chapter 16. The Guodian Confucian Texts and the Xunzi è#x8D;#x80;åƯ#x90; (TANG Siufu) --
Chapter 17. From the Liu wei å#x85;Ưäư#x8D; (Six Positions) Discussed in the Liu de å#x85;Ưåℓ· (Six Virtues) to the San gang äı#x89;çœ" (Three Principles of Social Order) (LI Rui) --
Chapter 18. Guodian: A New Window for Understanding the Introduction of Buddhism into China (Kenneth W. Holloway).
Series Title: Dao companions to Chinese philosophy, 10.
Responsibility: editor, Shirley Chan.

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