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Imagining China in Tokugawa Japan : Legends, Classics, and Historical Terms.

Author: Wai-ming Ng
Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, 2019.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Ng, Wai-ming.
Imagining China in Tokugawa Japan : Legends, Classics, and Historical Terms.
Albany : State University of New York Press, ©2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Wai-ming Ng
ISBN: 9781438473086 1438473087
OCLC Number: 1089524439
Description: 1 online resource (290 pages)
Contents: Intro; Contents; Acknowledgments; A Note on Romanization; Introduction: The China Factor in Tokugawa Culture; China as Role Model; China as "The Other"; China as a Set of Building Blocks; Beyond a Model and "The Other"; Part I: Naturalization of Chinese Legends; 1. Xu Fu as Chinese Migrant; Theories about Xu Fu before the Tokugawa Period; The Xu Fu Legend in the Tokugawa Period; Xu Fu as Transmitter of Chinese Culture; Xu Fu as Political Refugee; Xu Fu as "The Other"; Significance of the Xu Fu Legend; 2. Yang Guifei as Shinto Deity; The Legend of Yang Guifei in Tokugawa Japan Yang Guifei as Political RefugeeYang Guifei as Shinto Deity; Yang Guifei in Tokugawa Thought; 3. Wu Taibo as Imperial Ancestor; Wu Taibo as Imperial Ancestor; Taibo as Chinese Sage; The Significance of the Taibo Debate; Part II. Appropriation of Confucian Classics; 4. The Mencius and Politics; Tokugawa Scholarship on the MENCIUS; Confucian Writings in the Tokugawa Period; The KŌ-MŌ YOWA in Tokugawa Mencian Scholarship; The Background of the KŌ-MŌ YOWA; National Polity in Japan and China; The Kingly Way versus the Hegemonic Way; The Way of Samurai and the Way of Imperial Loyalists The Appropriation of Mencian Political Thought5. The Xiaojing and Ethics; Filial Son or Disloyal Subject; Filial Piety as the Primary Ethics; Limitations of Localization of Confucian Ethics; 6. The Yijing and Shinto; The yijing in Early kokugaku; Hirata Atsutane's Appropriation of the yijing; The Shintoization of the yijing after Atsutane; The yijing as a Building Block of Shinto; Part III. Redefinition of Historical Terms; 7. Names for China; Names for China in Tokugawa Writings; China as "The Other" for Japan; Japan as the Cultural Center; The Appropriation of Names Behind the Names for China8. Bakufu and Shōgun; The Semantic Change of BAKUFU; Kogi and Kubō; Names for the Tokugawa BAKUFU; Names for the Tokugawa SHŌGUN; Rectification of Names; bakufu and SHŌGUN as Building Blocks; 9. Redefining Legitimacy; The Limitation of Chinese Concepts of Legitimacy; Japanese Interpretation of Heaven's Mandate; The Southern and Northern Courts Controversy; The Legitimacy of the Edo bakufu; The Making of Japanese Concepts of Legitimacy; Epilogue; Notes; Bibliography; Index

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