Sources of East Asian Tradition: Premodern Asia, 第 1 巻

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Wm. Theodore De Bary, William Theodore De Bary
Columbia University Press, 2008 - 909 ページ

In Sources of East Asian Tradition, Wm. Theodore de Bary offers a selection of essential readings from his immensely popular anthologies Sources of Chinese Tradition, Sources of Korean Tradition, and Sources of Japanese Tradition so readers can experience a concise but no less comprehensive portrait of the social, intellectual, and religious traditions of East Asia. Volume 1 samples writings from the earliest times to 1600, illuminating life in early China and the first imperial age, as well as the profound impact of Daoism, Buddhism, the Confucian revival, and Neo-Confucianism; the origins of Korean culture and political structures, up through the Choson dynasty; and major developments in early and medieval Japan. De Bary maintains his trademark balance of source materials, including seminal readings in the areas of history, society, politics, education, philosophy, and religion, thereby continuing his own tradition of providing an exceptional resource for teachers, scholars, students, and the general reader.

 

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Explanatory Note
3
The OracleBone Inscriptions of the Late Shang Dynasty
13
Confucius and the Analects
29
Utility Uniformity and Universal Love
41
The Way of Laozi and Zhuangzi
49
The Evolution of the Confucian Tradition in Antiquity
69
Legalists and Militarists
106
The Han Reaction to Qin Absolutism
126
The Rise of Buddhism
515
Local Clans and the Rise of the Meditation School
528
Early Koryo Political Structure
534
Military Rule and Late Koryo Reform
540
The Chontae and Chogye Schools
550
NeoConfucianism
558
Culture
573
Social Life
582

The Theoretical Basis of the Imperial Institution
132
The Imperial Order and Han Syntheses
152
Heaven Earth and the Human in the Classic ofFiliality
174
The Economic Order
194
The Great Han Historians
205
Learning of the Mysterious
211
Commandments of Lord Lao KS
219
Schools of Buddhist Doctrine
238
Schools of Buddhist Practice
264
Social Life and Political Culture in the Tang
290
The Confucian Revival in the Song
308
The Philosophy of Human Nature
336
Zhu Xis NeoConfucian Program
361
Thi s
370
Ideological Foundations of Late Imperial China
387
NeoConfucian Education
402
Self and Society in the Ming
428
Glossary of Key Terms
471
PART
477
Origins of Korean Culture
485
The Rise of the Three Kingdoms
491
The Introduction of Buddhism
497
Consolidation of the State
508
Economy
590
PART THREE
611
The Earliest Records of Japan
621
Early Shinto
630
Prince Shotoku and His Constitution
640
Chinese Thought and Institutions in Early Japan
656
ChineseStyle History and the Imperial Concept
662
Nara Buddhism
672
Saicho and Mount Hiei
684
Kukai and Esoteric Buddhism
698
Amida the Pure Land and the Response of
719
New Views of History
737
The Way of the Warrior
754
The Sun and the Lotus
773
Zen Buddhism
782
Shinto in Medieval japan
801
The Vocabular1 of Japanese Aesthetics
815
Womens Education
824
The Regime of the Unifiers
845
Bibliography
863
Index
875
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Wm. Theodore de Bary (1919-2017) was John Mitchell Mason Professor Emeritus and provost emeritus of Columbia University. His many books include Waiting for the Dawn, Message of the Mind, and Learning for One's Self, as well as Sources of Japanese Tradition and Sources of Korean Tradition, all published by Columbia University Press.

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