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The Encyclopedia of Confucianism

2-volume set

Edited by Xinzhong Yao

Routledge – 2003

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Description

The Encyclopedia, the first of its kind, introduces Confucianism as a whole, with 1,235 entries giving full information on its history, doctrines, schools, rituals, sacred places and terminology, and on the adaptation, transformation and new thinking taking place in China and other Eastern Asian countries. An indispensable source for further study and research for students and scholars.

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Contents

General Survey entries:

Confucian Classics

Confucian Education

Confucian Iconography

Confucian Politics

Confucianism and Arts

Confucianism and Literature

Confucianism and Marxism

Confucianism and Women

Confucian Masters and Scholars:

Confucius

Mengzi

Dong Zhongshu

Zhu Xi

Kang Youwei

Yi Hwang

Itô Jinsai

Tu Wei-ming

Confucian Schools:

Baijia (Hundred households)

Cheng-Zhu xuepai (The School of the Cheng Brothers and Zhu Xi)

Jinwen jingxue ('Modern script' classicism)

International Association of Confucian Studies

Confucian Terms and Concepts:

Boshi (Erudites or Academicians)

Daotong (Transmission of the Way)

Four-Seven Debate (Sadan Ch'iljóng Non )

Liujing zhuwo (The Six Classics are my footnotes)

Shinju goichi/funi

Confucian Sacred Places and Rituals:

Sacrifice to Heaven

Ancestral worship

Temple of Confucius

Rites of mourning and burial

Related Subjects

  1. Asian Studies
  2. Religion

Name: The Encyclopedia of Confucianism: 2-volume set (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: Edited by Xinzhong Yao. The Encyclopedia, the first of its kind, introduces Confucianism as a whole, with 1,235 entries giving full information on its history, doctrines, schools, rituals, sacred places and terminology, and on the adaptation, transformation and new thinking...
Categories: Asian Studies, Religion