Meeting of Minds: Intellectual and Religious Interaction in East Asian Traditions of Thought : Essays in Honor of Wing-tsit Chan and William Theodore de Bary

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Columbia University Press, 1997 - 391 ページ
In Meeting of Minds, eleven prominent scholars explore intellectual and religious interactions among diverse traditions of the East Asian world. The authors consider central issues including concepts of religious authority, perceptions of the relation between knowledge and action, the sense of "the sacred" within the realm of ordinary human existence, and the concern with historical experience and practicality as criteria for evaluating ideas and beliefs.
 

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
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Three Visions of Jen Irene Bloom
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Chu Hsi and Meditation Rodney L Taylor
43
Sung NeoConfucian Views on Geomancy Patricia Ebrey
75
A Case of Confucianization of Buddhism? Chunfang Yii
144
in the NeoConfucian Context Koichi Shinohara
175
The Collapse of the Unitary Vision
209
The Acceptance of Chinese NeoConfucianism in Japan in the Early
238
Confucianism and Nativism in Tokugawa Japan Peter Nobco
278
Mastery and the Mind Okada Takehiko
297
Uno Tetsutos Travels
341
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Joshua A. Fogel (PhD Columbia) is Canada Research Chair in the History Department at York University. Among many other works, he is the author of Articulating the Sinosphere: Sino-Japanese Relations in Space and Time and the translator of Inoue Yasushi's The Blue Wolf: A Novel of the Life of Chinggis Khan.

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