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The sage returns : Confucian revival in contemporary China

Author: Kenneth James Hammond; Jeffrey L Richey
Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, [2015] ©2015
Series: SUNY series in Chinese philosophy and culture.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Sage returns
(DLC) 2014009551
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth James Hammond; Jeffrey L Richey
ISBN: 9781438454931 1438454937
OCLC Number: 911734455
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: List of Illustrations; Foreword; Introduction: The Death and Resurrection of Confucianism; Notes; Part One. Confucianism and Intellectual Life; Chapter 1. The Tenacious Persistence of Confucianism in Imperial Japan and Modern China; Notes; Chapter 2. Scientism and Modern Confucianism; Introduction; Definitions and Structure; Question of Civilization: Science and Imperialism; Critique of Confucianism in the New Culture Movement; Scientism and Confucianism in Nationalist China and the New Life Movement; Scientism and Chinese Culturism. The People's Republic: Confucianism Complements ScientismConclusion; Notes; Part Two. Confucianism and the State; Chapter 3. Selling Confucius: The Negotiated Return of Tradition in Post-ocialist China; Introduction; The Cultural Landscape; Spreading the Word of Self-Help Confucianism: Yu Dan; Confucianism in Comparative Perspective: The Vision of Cai Degui; The Iconoclastic Commentary of Li Ling; Conclusion; Notes; Chapter 4. The Return of the Repressed: The New Left and "Left" Confucianism in Contemporary China; Conclusion; Notes. Chapter 5. Chat Room Confucianism: Online Discourse and Popular Morality in ChinaJackie Chan: Confucian Critic Or Confucian Catalyst?; Intuitive Group Morality; Moral Critique of Youth; Freedom with Confucian Characteristics; Notes; Part Three. Confucianism and Popular Culture; Chapter 6. Like the Air We Breathe: Confucianism and Chinese Youth; Down with Confucius! Youthful Iconoclasm, 1919 to 1978; The Reform Era and the Rise of China's Millennial Youth; Conclusion; Notes; Chapter 7. The Sage's New Clothes: Popular Images of Confucius in Contemporary China; The Revival of Qufu. Rebuilding Other Temples of ConfuciusMonumental statues of Confucius; Retelling the Life of Confucius; Pictorial biographies; Animated cartoons; Film; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Sources in Chinese; Sources in English; Index.
Series Title: SUNY series in Chinese philosophy and culture.
Responsibility: edited by Kenneth J. Hammond and Jeffrey L. Richey.


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