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Sources of Chinese Tradition : Volume 1: from Earliest Times To 1600

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-- Yingshih YŁ, Gordon Wu 1958 Professor of Chinese Studies and professor of history, Princeton University

Table of Contents

Explanatory Note xxi
Preface xxiii
Chronology xxvii
PART ONE The Chinese Tradition in Antiquity 1(224)
The Oracle-Bone Inscriptions of the Late Shang Dynasty
3(21)
David N. Keightley
The Shang Dynasty
3(2)
The Oracle Bone Inscriptions
5(16)
Shang Conceptions of Time
6(1)
Divination and Administration
7(1)
The Power of the Dead
8(2)
The High God (Di) and Other Powers
10(4)
Regularity of the Ancestral Cult
14(1)
Divination and the Ancestors
15(1)
Divination and Legitimation
16(1)
The Origins of Historical Rectitude: Fallibility and Accuracy in the Shang Divination Records
17(2)
Divinatory ``Failure'' and the Origins of History
19(1)
The Role of the King
20(1)
The Evolution of Shang Divination
20(1)
The Legacy of Shang
21(3)
Classical Sources of Chinese Tradition
24(17)
Burton Watson
David S. Nivison
Irene Bloom
The Classic of Documents
29(1)
The ``Canon of Yao'' and the ``Canon of Shun''
29(2)
The Grand Model
31(1)
The Metal-Bound Coffer
32(3)
Shao Announcement
35(2)
The Classic of Odes
37(1)
From the Greater Odes and Sacrificial Odes of Zhou
37(2)
Airs from the States
39(2)
Confucius and the Analects
41(23)
Irene Bloom
Selections from the Analects
44(20)
Mozi: Utility, Uniformity, and Universal Love
64(13)
Burton Watson
Selections from the Mozi
66(1)
Section 9: ``Honoring the Worthy'' (Part 2)
66(2)
Section 11: ``Identifying with the Superior'' (Part 1)
68(1)
Section 16: ``Universal Love'' (Part 3)
69(1)
Section 26: ``The Will of Heaven'' (Part 1)
69(5)
Section 27: ``The Will of Heaven'' (Part 2)
74(1)
Section 39: ``Against Confucians'' (Part 2)
75(2)
The Way of Laozi and Zhuangzi
77(35)
Metaphysics and Government in the Laozi
77(18)
I. Bloom
From the Daodejing
79(16)
Transformation and Transcendence in the Zhuangzi
95(17)
B. Watson
A. C. Graham
From Chapter 1, ``Free and Easy Wandering'' (BW)
96(3)
From Chapter 2, ``The Sorting Which Evens Things Out'' (ACG, IB)
99(4)
From Chapter 3, ``The Secret of Caring for Life'' (BW)
103(2)
From Chapter 4, ``In the World of Men'' (BW)
105(2)
From Chapter 5, ``The Sign of Virtue Complete'' (BW)
107(1)
From Chapter 6, ``The Great and Venerable Teacher'' (BW)
108(3)
From Chapter 7, ``Fit for Emperors and Kings''
111(1)
W. T. de Bary
The Evolution of the Confucian Tradition in Antiquity
112(78)
Mencius
114(45)
I. Bloom
Selections from the Mencius
116(8)
The Duty of Ministers to Reprove a Ruler
124(5)
The Well-Field System of Landholding
129(5)
Mencius' Arguments with Yang Zhu ad Mozi
134(25)
Xunzi (IB)
159(24)
Selections from the Xunzi
161(1)
``Encouraging Learning''
161(3)
``Cultivating Oneself''
164(2)
``The Regulations of the King''
166(4)
``A Discussion of Heaven''
170(4)
``A Discussion of Rites''
174(3)
``Dispelling Obscuration''
177(2)
``Human Nature Is Evil''
179(4)
The Zuozhuan
183(7)
B. Watson
Selections from the Zuozhuan
184(6)
Legalists and Militarists
190(35)
The Guanzi
192(1)
W. Allyn Rickett
The Book of Lord Shang
193(6)
J. J. L. Duyvendak
The Han Feizi
199(7)
B. Watson
Li Si: Legalist Theories in Practice (BW)
206(7)
Memorial on Annexation of Feudal States
208(1)
Memorial on the Abolition of the Enfeoffment System
209(1)
Memorial on the Burning of Books
209(1)
Memorial on Exercising Heavy Censure
210(3)
The Military Texts: The Sunzi
213(12)
Kidder Smith
Selections from the Sunzi
216(9)
PART TWO The Making of a Classical Culture 225(150)
The Han Reaction to Qin Absolutism
227(8)
Jia Yi: ``The Faults of Qin''
228(3)
Daniel W. Y. Kwok
The Rebellion of Chen She and Wu Guang
231(1)
B. Watson
The Rise of Liu Bang, Founder of the Han (BW)
232(1)
Liu Bang Becomes the First Emperor of the Han Dynasty (BW)
233(2)
Syncretic Visions of State, Society, and Cosmos
235(48)
Harold Roth
Sarah Queen
Nathan Sivin
The Theoretical Basis of the Imperial Institution
236(37)
The Springs and Autumns of Mr. Lu (Lushi chunqiu) (NS)
236(2)
The Round Way
238(3)
The Huang-Lao Silk Manuscripts (Huang-Lao boshu) (HR and SQ)
241(1)
Book 1: Normative Standards (Jingfa), Part 1
242(5)
Normative Standards (Jingfa), Part 5
247(3)
Normative Standards (Jingfa), Part 8
250(2)
Book 4: The Source That Is the Way (Daoyuan)
252(4)
The Guanzi
256(1)
Techniques of the Mind, I (Xinshu, shang) (HR)
256(7)
The Syncretist Chapters of the Zhuangzi
263(1)
A. C. Graham
B. Watson
The Way of Heaven (Tiandao)
A. C. Graham
The World of Thought (Tianxia) (BW)
264(4)
The Huainanzi on Rulership (HR)
268(1)
Huainanzi 9, ``The Techniques of Rulership'' (``Zhushu'')
269(1)
Huainanzi 1, ``The Original Way'' (``Yuandao'')
270(1)
Huainanzi 14, ``Inquiring Words'' (``Quanyan'')
271(2)
The Medical Microcosm (NS)
273(5)
The Divine Pivot
275(3)
A Syncretist Perspective on the Six Schools
278(5)
``On the Six Lineages of Thought,'' by Sima Tan (HR and SQ)
278(5)
The Imperial Order and Han Syntheses
283(70)
Guidelines for Han Rulers
284(8)
D. W. Y. Kwok
Lu Jia: The Natural Order and the Human Order
285(5)
Jia Yi: The Primacy of the People (Minben)
290(2)
Dong Zhongshu
292(19)
Luxuriant Gems of the Spring and Autumn Annals (Chunqiu fanlu)
S. Queen
Deriving Political Norms from Microcosmic and Macrocosmic Models
295(1)
``The Conduct of Heaven and Earth''
295(2)
``Comprehending the State as the Body''
297(1)
The Responsibilities of Rulership
298(1)
``Establishing the Primal Numen''
298(2)
``The Way of the King Penetrates Three''
300(2)
Defining Human Nature
302(1)
``An In-Depth Examination of Names and Designations''
302(3)
Interpreting Omens
305(1)
``Humaneness Must Precede Wisdom''
305(1)
Self-Cultivation
306(1)
``Standards of Humaneness and Rightness''
307(2)
The Issue of Moral Autonomy
309(1)
Deciding Court Cases According to the Spring and Autumn Annals
310(1)
The Codifying of the Confucian Canon
311(7)
B. Watson
State Orthodoxy
311(1)
State University
312(1)
Civil Service
312(1)
The Rivalry Between Legalism and Confucianism
313(1)
The Confucian Canon
314(3)
The Establishment of Confucianism
317(1)
The Formation of the Classic of Changes (Yijing)
318(7)
Richard John Lynn
The Commentary on the Appended Phrases, Part 1
319(4)
The Commentary on the Appended Phrases, Part 2
323(2)
Heaven, Earth, and the Human in the Classic of Filiality (Xiaojing)
325(4)
WM. Theodore De Bary
The Classic of Filiality (Xiaojing)
326(3)
The Record of Rites (Liji) and the Ritual Tradition
329(17)
The Great Learning (Daxue)
330(3)
I. Bloom
The Mean (Zhongyong) (IB)
333(6)
``The Meaning of Sacrifices'' (``Jiyi'') (IB)
339(3)
The ``Evolution of Rites'' (``Liyun'') (BW)
342(1)
The ``Record of Music'' (``Yueji'') (IB)
343(1)
Ban Gu: Discourses in the White Tiger Hall
344(2)
Han Views of the Universal Order (BW)
346(7)
The Creation of the Universe
346(1)
From the Huainanzi
346(1)
The Five Phases
347(2)
The Reconstruction of Chinese History
349(2)
The Concept and Marking of Time
351(2)
The Economic Order
353(14)
Burton Watson
Edict of Emperor Wen on the Primacy of Agriculture (163 B.C.E.)
354(1)
Chao Cuo: Memorial on the Encouragement of Agriculture
355(2)
Dong Zhongshu: Memorial on Land Reform
357(1)
State Control of Commerce and Industry
358(5)
The Debate on Salt and Iron
360(3)
The Reforms of Wang Mang
363(4)
Wang Mang: Edict on Land Reform
363(4)
The Great Han Historians
367(8)
Burton Watson
The Records of the Grand Historian
368(7)
Sima Qian: The Sacred Duty of the Historian
370(3)
The Writing of the First Dynastic History
373(2)
PART THREE Later Daoism and Mahayana Buddhism in China 375(162)
Learning of the Mysterious
377(15)
Richard John Lynn
Wing-Tsit Chan
Wang Bi (RJL)
378(14)
General Remarks on the Changes of the Zhaou (RJL)
379(2)
General Remarks on the Subtle and Profound Meaning of the Laozi (RJL)
381(4)
The Sage (RJL)
385(1)
Guo Xiang: Commentary on the Zhuangzi (WTC)
386(4)
Xi Kang: On the Absence of Predetermination (WTC)
390(2)
Daoist Religion
392(23)
Franciscus Verellen
Nathan Sivin
Kristofer Schipper
The Lives of the Immortals
394(1)
Commandments of Lord Lao (KS)
395(1)
Regulations for Petitioning (NS)
396(3)
The Master Who Embraces Simplicity (FV)
399(1)
The Doctrine of the Three Heavens (FV)
400(2)
Pronouncements of the Perfected (KS)
402(2)
The Five Sentiments of Gratitude (FV)
404(2)
The Divine Incantations Scripture (NS)
406(4)
Encounters with Immortals (FV)
410(2)
The Western Journey of the Perfected Changchun
412(3)
Arthur Waley
The Introduction of Buddhism
415(18)
Leon Hurvitz
Tsai Heng-Ting
Basic Teachings of Buddhism
415(5)
The Coming of Buddhism to China
420(13)
Mouzi: Disposing of Error
421(5)
Huiyuan: ``A Monk Does Not Bow Down Before a King''
426(3)
Admonitions of the Fanwang Sutra
429(4)
Tsai Heng-ting
Schools of Buddhist Doctrine
433(48)
Leon Hurvitz
Burton Watson
Daniel Stevenson
George Tanabe
Wing-Tsit Chan
The General Character of Doctrinal Buddhism
433(2)
Schools of Chinese Buddhist Philosophy
435(41)
The Three-Treatise School
436(2)
Jizang: The Profound Meaning of the Three Treatises (LH)
438(2)
The School of Consciousness-Only (WTC)
440(2)
Xuanzang: Confirmation of the Consciousness-Only System (WTC)
442(2)
The Lotus School: The Tiantai Synthesis (DS)
444(2)
Excerpts from the Lotus Sutra (BW)
446(9)
Guanding: On the Five Periods of the Buddha's Teaching (DS)
455(3)
Huisi: The Method of Calming and Contemplation in the Mahayana (LH)
458(2)
Zhiyi: The Great Calming and Contemplation (LH)
460(2)
Zhiyi: The Lotus Samadhi Rite of Repentance (DS)
462(5)
Zhiyi on the Concept of Ritual Repentance (DS)
467(4)
The Flower Garland (Huayan) School (GT)
471(1)
The Flower Garden Sutra
472(4)
Buddhism's Assimilation to Tang Political Culture
476(5)
C. Orzech
The Humane King as Protector of Buddhism
477(4)
Schools of Buddhist Practice
481(56)
Leon Hurvitz
Daniel Stevenson
Philip B. Yampolsky
Chun-Fang Yu
The Pure Land School
481(10)
Tanluan: Commentary to Vasubandhu's Essay on Rebirth (LH)
483(2)
Daochuo: Compendium on the Happy Land (DS, LH)
485(4)
Shandao: ``The Parable of the White Path''
489(2)
W. T. de Bary
The Meditation School
491(38)
The Platform Sutra of the Sixth Patriarch (PBY)
494(10)
Linji Yixuan: ``Seeing Into One's Own Nature'' (PBY)
504(5)
Anecdotes of Master Caoshan (PBY)
509(5)
Yuanwu: Blue Cliff Records (PBY)
514(3)
The Legend of Baizhang, ``Founder'' of Chan Monastic Discipline
517(2)
T. G. Foulk
Regulations of the Chan School (Chanmen guishi) (TGF)
519(3)
Zongze: Principles of Seated Meditation (Zuochan)
522(3)
C. Bielefeldt
The Chanyuan Monastic Code (Chun-fang Yu)
525(4)
Buddhist Rituals and Devotional Practices (CFY)
529(8)
Zhongfang Mingben: Admonition on Filiality
529(2)
Miracles of Guanyin
531(1)
The Real Presence
531(1)
Guanyin and Cutting One's Body (Gegu)
532(2)
Miracles About White-Robed Guanyin as Giver of Children
534(1)
The Southern Mount Wutai as a Pilgrimage Center
535(2)
PART FOUR The Confucian Revival and Neo-Confucianism 537(388)
Social Life and Political Culture in the Tang
539(48)
The Role of Confucianism in the Tang
540(6)
House Instructions of Mr. Yan (Yanshi jiaxun)
541(5)
A. Dien
The Great Tang Code
546(8)
Wallace Johnson
Zhangsun Wuji: The Tang Code
547(7)
Debates on Taxes and Enfeoffment in the Tang
554(10)
Yang Yan: Memorial Proposing the Twice-a-Year Tax
554(2)
W. T. de Bary
Lu Zhi: Against the Twice-a-Year Tax (WTdB)
556(3)
Liu Zongyuan: ``Essay on Enfeoffment''
559(5)
J. Mason Gentaler
Li Bo and Du Fu: Two Tang Poets in a Troubled World
564(4)
Li Bo: ``Fighting South of the Ramparts''
565(1)
A. Waley
Du Fu: ``A Song of My Cares When Going from the Capital to Fengxian''
566(2)
Stephen Owen
Han Yu and the Confucian ``Way''
568(19)
Charles Hartman
``Essentials of the Moral Way'' (CH)
569(5)
``Poem on the Sagacious Virtue of Primal Harmony'' (CH)
574(8)
``Discourse on Teachers'' (Shishuo)
582(1)
B. Watson
Memorial on the Bone of Buddha (BW)
583(2)
Emperor Wuzong's Edict on the Suppression of Buddhism (BW)
585(2)
The Confucian Revival in the Song
587(80)
WM. Theodore De Bary
Institutional, Educational, and Moral Reform in the Song
590(6)
Ouyang Xiu: ``Essay on Fundamentals'' (``Benlun'')
590(5)
On Parties
595(1)
The Confucian Program of Reform
596(2)
The Way as the Basis for Government Policy
598(30)
Cheng Yi: Memorial to Emperor Renzong
598(3)
Cheng Hao: Ten Matters Calling for Reform
601(4)
Zhang Zai: Land Equalization and the Enfeoffment System
605(1)
Su Xun: The Land System --- A Dissenting View
606(3)
The New Laws of Wang Anshi
609(3)
Wang Anshi: Memorial to Emperor Renzong (1058)
612(4)
Memorial on the Crop Loans Measure
616(2)
Cheng Hao: Remonstrance Against the New Laws
618(1)
Wang Anshi: In Defense of Five Major Policies
619(2)
Opposition to the New Laws of Wang Anshi
621(1)
Su Shi: Memorial to Emperor Shenzong
621(4)
Sima Guang: A Petition to Do Away with the Most Harmful of the New Laws
625(1)
Zhu Xi: Wang Anshi in Retrospect
626(2)
The Learning of the Emperors and the Classics Mat
628(11)
Fan Zuyu: The Learning of the Emperors
629(5)
Marie Guarino
Cheng Yi: Letter to the Empress Dowager Concerning the Classics Mat (MG)
634(2)
Cheng Yi: Memorials to the Throne on the Classics Mat (MG)
636(3)
Registering Public Opinion in the Song
639(5)
Su Shi on Public Discourse
639(2)
Charles Hartman
Political Activities of Song University Students
641(1)
Chen Dong: Memorial to Emperor Qinzong Declining Official Appointment
641(3)
Thomas H. C. Lee
Historical Reflections on Government
644(8)
Hoyt Tillman
Chen Liang on Utility
644(1)
``The Way of Order and the Way of Institutions, Past and Present''
645(2)
``On People and Laws''
647(5)
The Writing Of History
652(15)
Conrad Schirokauer
Liu Zhiji (CS)
654(1)
Du You: Preface to the section on ``Food and Goods'' of the Comprehensive Institutions (THCL)
655(1)
Sima Guang: History as Mirror (CS)
656(2)
Su Che: The Authority of the Historian (CS)
658(1)
Lu Zuqian: How to Study History
659(1)
Burton Watson
The Cheng Brothers: Cyclical and Linear Change (CS)
660(1)
Zhu Xi: History and Philosophy in Tandem (BW)
661(2)
Zheng Qiao: History as a Continuous Stream (BW)
663(1)
Ma Duanlin: Institutional History
664(3)
Hok-lam Chan
Neo-Confucianism: The Philosophy of Human Nature and the Way of the Sage
667(53)
Zhou Dunyi: The Metaphysics and Practice of Sagehood
669(9)
Joseph Adler
``Explanation of the Diagram of the Supreme Polarity'' (``Taijitu shuo'')
672(4)
Penetratiiig the Classic of Changes (Tongshu)
676(2)
The Numerically Patterned Universe in the Philosophy of Shao Yong
678(4)
Anne Birdwhistell
On the Categories and Images of the Universe
680(1)
On Human Experience
680(1)
On Becoming a Sage
681(1)
Zhang Zai and the Unity of All Creation
682(7)
W. T. Chan
The ``Western Inscription'' (``Ximing'')
683(1)
Correcting Youthful Ignorance
684(5)
The Cheng Brothers: Principle, Human Nature, and the Learing of the Way (WTC)
689(8)
Principle and the Universe
690(1)
Human Nature
691(1)
Cheng Hao's Reply to Zhang Zai's Letter on the Stabilizing of Human Nature
692(1)
Reverent Seriousness and Humanity
693(1)
On Understanding the Nature of Humanity
694(3)
The Synthesis of Song Neo-Confucianism in Zhu Xi
697(17)
WTC, W. T. De Bary
Principle and Material-Force
699(2)
The Supreme Ultimate (Polarity)
701(1)
Heaven-and-Earth
702(1)
Spiritual Beings
703(1)
Human Nature, the Nature of Things, and Their Destiny
704(1)
The Nature as Principle
704(2)
Human Nature and the Nature of Things Compared
706(1)
The Psycho-Physical Nature
707(1)
The Mind-and-Heart
708(2)
The Mind, the Nature, and the Feelings
710(1)
Humaneness
711(2)
Buddhism
713(1)
The Universal Mind in Lu Jiuyuan
714(6)
Liu Shu-Hsien
Mind Is Principle
715(2)
Methods of Cultivation
717(2)
Differences Between Lu Jiuyuan and Zhu Xi (WTC)
719(1)
Zhu Xi's Neo-Confucian Program
720(35)
WM. Theodore De Bary
Preface to the Great Learning by Chapter and Phrase
721(4)
The Great Learning by Chapter and Phrase, Chapter 1
725(6)
Preface to the Mean by Chapter and Phrase
731(3)
The Mean by Chapter and Phrase (Zhongyong Zhangiu), Chapter 1
734(3)
``Personal Proposals for Schools and Official Recruitment''
737(5)
Ron Guey Chu
``Articles of the White Deer Grotto Academy''
742(2)
Preface to the Family Rituals
744(2)
Patricia Ebrey
``Proposal for Community Granaries''
746(2)
Thomas H. C. Lee
``Proclamation of Instructions''
748(3)
R. G. Chu
``The Lu Family Community Compact, Amended and Emended''
751(4)
John Meskill
Ideological Foundations of Late Imperial China
755(45)
WM. Theodore De Bary
Edward Farmer
John Dardess
Zhen Dexiu's Advice to the Emperor (WTdB)
755(9)
Preface to the Extended Meaning of the Great Learning
757(3)
The Classic of the Mind-and-Heart
760(4)
Xu Heng and Khubilai Khan (WTdB)
764(15)
Five Measures Required by the Times
765(2)
On Elementary Learning and Great Learning
767(3)
Straight Talk on the Essentials of the Great Learning (Zhishuo Daxue yaolue)
770(4)
The Examination Debate Under Khubilai
774(4)
Sage King and Sage Minister: Ouyang Xuan on Khubilai and Xu Heng
778(1)
Ming Foundations of Late Imperial China
779(21)
Ming Taizu: August Ming Ancestral Instruction
780(3)
Edward Farmer
The Ming Code and Commandments (EF)
783(3)
Education and Examinations
786(1)
John Dardess
The Horizontal Stele (Disciplinary Rules for Students)
787(1)
Ming Taizu: Placard for the Instruction of the People (EF)
788(3)
Ming Taizu: Discussion of the Three Teachings (JD)
791(2)
Fang Xiaoru: ``Final Essay on the Legitimate Succession of Dynasties'' (JD)
793(3)
Liu Zongzhou: On Fang Xiaoru (Julia Ching)
796(1)
Hu Guang: Memorial on the Great Compendia (JD)
797(3)
Neo-Confucian Education
800(41)
WM. Theodore De Bary
Zhu Xi: Preface to the Elementary Learning
803(1)
Wang Yinglin: The Three Character Classic (Sanzi Jing)
804(3)
The Standard School Curriculum
807(12)
``School Code of Masters Cheng and Dong'' (``Cheng-Dong er xiansheng xuece'')
808(3)
John Meskill
Zhen Dexiu: ``Instructions for Children''
811(1)
R. G. Chu
Zhu Xi's Reading Method
812(2)
Cheng Duanmeng: ``A Primer of Human Nature and Principle''
814(2)
Cheng Duanli: ``Daily Schedule of Study in the Cheng Family School, Graded According to Age'' (``Chengshi jiashu dushu fennian richeng'') (JM)
816(3)
Women's Education
819(22)
Theresa Kelleher
Ban Zhao: Admonitions for Women (Nujie)
821(3)
Nancy Lee Swann
Madam Cheng: Classic of Filiality for Women (Nu xiaojing) (TK)
824(3)
Song Ruozhao: Analects for Women (TK)
827(4)
Empress Xu: Instructions for the Inner Quarters (Neixun) (TK)
831(6)
Zhu Xi: Funerary Inscription for Madam You, Lady of Jia'nan
837(4)
Bettine Birge
Self and Society in the Ming
841(84)
Wang Yangming
842(13)
Wang Yangming's New Learning of the Mind-and-Heart
842(1)
Memoir on the Reconstruction of Shanyin Prefectural School
843(1)
W. T. de Bary
``Questions on the Great Learning''
844(3)
W. T. Chan
Preface to the Collected Writings of Lu Xiangshan (WTdB)
847(2)
The Identification of Mind and Principle
849(1)
The Unity of Knowing and Acting
849(1)
The Colloquy at the Tianquan Bridge
850(1)
Social and Political Measures of Wang Yangming
851(1)
Fundamental Ideas on Elementary Education (WTC)
852(1)
The Community Compact for Southern Ganzhou (WTC)
853(2)
The Wang Yangming School
855(10)
Wang Ji and the Freedom of Innate Knowing (WTdB)
857(2)
Wang Gen: The Common Man as Sage (WTdB)
859(1)
The Huainan Investigation of Things
860(1)
``Clear Wisdom and Self Preservation''
861(2)
``The Enjoyment of Learning''
863(1)
The Taizhou School as a Popular Movement
864(1)
Li Zhi: Arch-Individualist (WTdB)
865(9)
The Childlike Mind-and-Heart
867(1)
Phony Sages
868(2)
Pursuing Zhu Xi's ``Learning for One's Self''
870(1)
The Legitimacy of Being Self Interested
871(3)
Luo Qinshun and the Philosophy of Qi
874(10)
I. Bloom
Monism of Qi
875(2)
Human Nature
877(2)
Desires and Feelings
879(1)
The Nature of Knowledge
880(4)
Chen Jian and His Thorough Critique (WTdB)
884(3)
Diagram of the Mind
886(1)
The Practical Learning of Lu Kun
887(12)
Joanna Handlin Smith
Restoration of Community Schools
888(4)
Frugality and Famine Relief
892(3)
Music in the Home
895(1)
Education for Women
896(3)
Morality Books
899(17)
R. G. Chu
The Treatise of the Most Exalted One on Moral Retribution (WTC)
899(3)
The Silent Way of Recompense (Yinzhiwen) (WTC)
902(2)
Ledgers of Merit and Demerit
904(1)
The Ledger of Merit and Demerit of the Taiwei Immortal
905(1)
R. G. Chu
Yuan Huang's Ledger (RGC)
906(2)
Morality Books and Social Change
908(1)
A Synthetic Compilation of Ledgers of Merit and Demerit
909(2)
Sakai Tadao
Meritorious Deeds at No Cost
911(5)
The Donglin Academy
916(7)
Heinrich Busch
Gu Xiancheng: Compact for Meetings of the Donglin Academy
919(4)
Liu Zongzhou on Life and Death
923(2)
Tu Weiming
``Teaching on Life and Death'' (``Shengsi shuo'')
923(2)
Glossary of Key Terms 925(4)
Bibliography 929(12)
Pinyin to Wade-Giles Romanization Chart 941(2)
Index 943


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