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China Studies - An Outline History of Chinese Philosophy (English, consisting of 2 tomes)

ISBN: 978-7-119-02719-7, 9787119027197
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Title: China Studies - An Outline History of Chinese Philosophy 
Author / Editor: 萧箑父 Xiao Jiefu, 李锦全 Li Jinquan
ISBN:9787119027197
Series:China Studies 学术中国
Publisher: 外文出版社 (Foreign Languages Press)
Language: English
Date of Publication:  2008
FirstEdition
Number of pages: 977
Dimensions: 23.5 x 15.3 cm
Binding: Hardcover


Description

An Outline History of Chinese Philosophy has been jointly written and compiled by over 20 specialists and scholars from nine renowned universi ties in China. including Wuhan University and Sun Yat-sen University. It provides a concise introduction to the origin and development of Chinese philosophy from antiquity to 1949, the year the People's Republic of China was founded, expounding its status and features at different historical stages. It gives a historical and logical delineation of the development of Chinese philosophy by highlighting its origin and development during the Xia, Shang and Zhou dynasties, the golden age of philosophical thought during the Warring States Period, and the strides made by the Chinese philosophical system from Qin-Han rimes to the Ming and Qjng dynasties, as well as new visions brought by social reforms since the mid-Ming Dynasty. This book presents readers with a detailed and accurate text. lucid discussions and simple explanations of complex ideas. It is not only a monograph with academic and textual value, but also a must-have for readers m better understand and study Chinese philosophy and culture.


About the authors

Xiao Jiefu, born in Chengdu, southwestern Chings Sichuan Province, in 1924, graduated from the Department of Philosophy of Wuhan University in 1947. He has successively served as a professor and doctoral candidate supervisor in Chinese philosophy at Wuhan University, and vice chairman of the Society for the History of Chinese Philosophy and of the China Association for the Study of Confucius. as well as a member of the academic committee of the Interna- tional Taoist Association and of the advisory group of the [nternational Confucian Association. He has long been engaged in teaching and research in the fields of Chinese philosophy and culture, conducting extensive research on the history of ancient Chinese dialectics, Confucian and Taoist thought during the pre-Qin period and philosophy during the Ming-Qing period, as well as modern and contemporary cultural trends.He has been invited many times to the United States and Europe m give lectures. His academic publica- nons mainly include ltistory of Chinese Philosophy, A Draft History of Chinese Dialectics and An Introduction to Wang Chuanshan's Philosophy.

Li Jinquan, born in Dongguan, southern China’s Guangdong Province, in 1926, graduated from the Department of Philosophy of Sun Yat-sen University. He has successively served as a professor and doctoral candidate supervisor in the same department, an executive council member of the Society of the History of Chinese Philosophy, and a council member of the International Confucian Association. He has devoted many years to teaching and research in the fields of Chinese philosophy and culture, with discussions on philosophical schools of thought from the pre-Qin period to modern and contemporary times.
His academic publications mainly include A Critical Biography of Hairui, History of Chinese Philosophy and A Collection of Modern Neo-Confucianist Studies.


Contents

中国哲学史(上)Book 1
 Foreword
 Part Ⅰ The Emergence and Development of Philosophy in the Age of Slavery
  Introduction
  Chapter One The Emergence and Development of Philosophy in the Slave-Owning Xia, Shang and Zhou Dynasties
   Ⅰ. The Germination of Philosophical Thought in the Xia, Shang and Zhou Dynasties
  1. The theological monopoly of severing communication between earth and heaven——from nature worship to the worship of god on high
    2. Harnessing the rivers and leveling the land -- from mythology and fantasy about conquering nature to the germination of the philosophy of cognition of nature
   Ⅱ. The Political Changes Accompanying the Transition from the Yin Dynasty to the Zhou Dynasty, and the Emergence of Philosophical Thought
    1. The philosophical thought of enlightened political commentators in the last years of the Yin Dynasty
    2. The philosophical thought of the ruling clique in the early stage of the Western Zhou Dynasty
   Ⅲ. The Social Upheavals in the Last Years of the Western Zhou Dynasty and the Further Development of Philosophical Thought
    1. Blaming heaven and man
    2. Development of the concepts of the five elements and yin-yang
  Chapter Two The Ideological Trend of Atheism in the Spring and Autumn Period and the Naive Dialectics of Shi Mo and Sun Wu
   Ⅰ. The Ideological Trend of Atheism in the Spring and Autumn Period
    1. Ji Liang and Shi Xiao: Putting Man above the Gods
    2. Shu Xing and Zi Chan: separating heaven and man
   Ⅱ. Yan Ying and Shi Mo: Naive Dialectics
    1. Yan Ying's two propositions: "Harmony and identity are different" and "The no and the yes may complete each other."
    2. Shi Mo's two propositions: "Things are produced in twos" and "All things have their counterparts."
   Ⅲ. Sun Wu's Naive Materialism and Military Dialectics
    1. The Sunzi and naive materialism in the proposition "Know yourself as well as the enemy."
    2. Military dialectics in Sunzi as summed up in the proposition "The direct and the indirect lead to each other in turn."
  Chapter Three The Philosophy of Confucius
   Ⅰ. The World Outlook of "Following Fate and Benevolence"
    1. From esteeming heaven to fatalism
    2. The benevolent thought stressing the subjective and con- scientious spirit
   Ⅱ. The Cognitive Theory Laying Equal Stress on Learning and
Thinking
    1. Stressing superior wisdom: "The wisest are born with knowl-
edge."
    2. Cognitive method: "My studies lie low, while my penetration rises high."
   Ⅲ. The Doctrine of the Mean: "Taking Hold of the Two Extremes and Determine the Mean"
    1. The harmony of contradictions
    2. The developmental view of history: "Three dynasties all followed the former regulations."
    3. The cognitive method: "Keeping to the two extremes" and "Learning the new by restudying the old."
   Ⅳ. The Historical Role of Confucius
  Chapter Four The Mohist School 68
   Ⅰ. Materialist Empiricism on the Basis of "What People Have Seen with Their Own Eyes and Heard with Their Own Ears."
    1. The origin of cognition is "the actual experience of the eyes and ears of the multitude."
    2. "Nominate things on the basis of facts" and "examine analogical things to know the cause."
    ……
中国哲学史(下)Book 2
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