A History of Chinese Philosophy, Volumul 2

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Princeton University Press, 1983 - 816 pagini

Since its original publication in Chinese in the 1930s, this work has been accepted by Chinese scholars as the most important contribution to the study of their country's philosophy. In 1952 the book was published by Princeton University Press in an English translation by the distinguished scholar of Chinese history, Derk Bodde, "the dedicated translator of Fung Yu-lan's huge history of Chinese philosophy" (New York Times Book Review). Available for the first time in paperback, it remains the most complete work on the subject in any language.


Volume I covers the period of the philosophers, from the beginnings to around 100 B.C., a philosophical period as remarkable as that of ancient Greece. Volume II discusses a period lesser known in the West--the period of classical learning, from the second century B.C. to the twentieth century.

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CHAPTER 1A GENERAL DISCUSSION OF THE PERIOD OF CLASSICAL LEARNING 1 7 7 11 16 19 23
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The Cosmological System of the YinYang School
2
Tung Chungshus Position among the Confucianists of the Former Han Dynasty
3
Yüan Heaven the Yin and Yang and the Five Elements
4
The Four Seasons
5
The Correlation of Man with the Numerical Categories of Heaven
6
Human Nature and the Feelings
7
Individual and Social Ethics
8
Theory of the Nature
488
Unity of Man with Heaven
491
Criticism of Buddhism and Taoism
496
Cheng Hao and Cheng Yi i Heavenly Principle
507
Criticism of Buddhism
508
The Physical and the Metaphysical
509
The Ether
511
The Nature
514

Polital and Social Philosophy
9
Visitations and Prodigies
10
Philosophy of History
11
Yinyang Schools Correlations of Elements Seasons Directions
15
Annual Revolution of the Yin and Yang as Described in
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Significance of the Spring and Autumn Annals
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CHAPTER IIIPROGNOSTICATION TEXTS APOCRYPHA NUMEROLOGY DURING THE HAN DYNASTY 1 Apocrypha and Prognostication Te...
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Pythagorean Tetraktys and Square and Oblong Numbers
94
Numerology
95
The Numbers of the Yin and Yang
96
The Positions of the Eight Trigrams
102
The Hexagrams and the Breaths of the Year
106
Meng Hsi and Ching Fang
109
Table of Hexagrams and Seventytwo Periods of the Year
114
The Hexagrams and Music
118
Other Apocrypha
124
The YinYang School and Science
131
CHAPTER IVTHE OLD TEXT SCHOOL AND YANG HSIUNG AND WANG CHUNG 1 The Old Learning and Liu Hsin
133
CHAPTER VNEOTAOISM DURING THE PERIOD OF DISUNITY
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Materialism and Mechanism in the Liebtzů
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CHAPTER VINEOTAQISM DURING THE PERIOD OF DISUNITY
205
Natural and Social Change
213
CHAPTER VIIBUDDHISM AND ITS CRITICS DURING
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CHAPTER VIIIBUDDHISM DURING THE SUI AND TANG
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The Transformation of Consciousness into Wisdom
333
Fatsangs Essay on the Gold Lion
339
CHAPTER IXBUDDHISM DURING THE SUI AND TANG DYNASTIES
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CHAPTER XTHE RISE OF NEOCONFUCIANISM AND ITS BOR
407
Correlations of Eight Trigrams Ten Stems and Monthly
430
CHAPTER XICHOU TUNYI AND SHAO YUNG
434
Diagram of the Supreme Ultimate
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Diagram of the Supreme Ultimate Explained
443
Diagram of Cosmic Evolution in Terms of the Eight Trigrams
455
Circular Diagram of the Sixtyfour Hexagrams
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CHAPTER XIICHANG TSAI AND THE CHENG BROTHERS 477
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Celestial and Terrestrial Phenomena
484
Fluctuations of the Yin and Yang and of Good and Evil
518
Cheng Haos Theory of Spiritual Cultivation
520
Cheng Yis Theory of Spiritual Cultivation
527
CHAPTER XIIICHU
533
Principle and the Supreme Ultimate
534
The Ether
548
Cosmogony 4 The Nature in Men and Other Creatures
551
Ethics and Theory of Spiritual Cultivation
558
Political Philosophy
562
Criticism of Buddhism
566
CHAPTER XIVLU CHIUYÜAN WANG SHOUJEN AND MING IDEALISM
571
Lu Chiuyüan 2 Yang Chien
572
Chu Hsi and Lu Chiuyuan Compared
585
Rationalism after Chu
592
Chen Hsienchang and Chan Joshui
594
Wang Shoujen i Questions on the Great Learning
599
Unity of Knowledge and Conduct
603
jii Chu Hsi and Wang Shoujen Compared
605
Criticism of Buddhism and Taoism
610
The Gradations of Love
612
Origin of Evil
614
Unity of Activity and Quiescence
618
Reactions against Wangs Idealism
620
Wang Chi and Wang
623
Yen Yüans Diagram of Cosmology
637
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Tai Chen and Hsün Tzŭ
669
Table of Progress and Retrogression as Found in the Sacred
714
Fourth Phase
715
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Dr. Fung Yu-lan is generally recognized as China's leading historian of Chinese philosophy.

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