Tung Chung Shu Ch UN Ch Iu Fan Lu (Etudes asiatiques suisses. Monographies)
Read Online
Share

Tung Chung Shu Ch UN Ch Iu Fan Lu (Etudes asiatiques suisses. Monographies)

  • 311 Want to read
  • ·
  • 80 Currently reading

Published by Herbert Lang Et Co Ag .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Chun chiu,
  • Confucius

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages417
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9024236M
ISBN 103261038934
ISBN 109783261038937

Download Tung Chung Shu Ch UN Ch Iu Fan Lu (Etudes asiatiques suisses. Monographies)

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

Every general account of the development of Chinese thought makes mention of Tung Chung-shu (ca. - B.C.E.) as one of the pivotal philosophers of the Han ( B.C.E. - C.E.). Tung's interpretations helped establish the first state-sponsored Confucian Canon, and created an ideal of the ruler and his role in government that was central to political discussion for two thousand years. Ch'un-ch'iu fan-lu, 35 TUNG CHUNG-SHU After years of violent struggle between the feudal chieftains and petty warlords of the Warring States period, the Ch'in Dynasty unified China in B.C.E. by breaking up the old states and replacing them with prefectures under direct imperial control, abolishing the feudal system, completing the Great Wall and building a network of highways throughout the land.   Some Remarks on a New Translation of the Chunqiu fanlu - Robert H. Gassmann, Tung Chung-shu Ch'un-ch'iu Fan-lu. Üppiger Tau des Frühling-und-Herbst-Klassikers: Übersetzung und Annotation der Kapitel eins bis sechs. Schweizer Asiatische Studien Monographien Bd. 8, Bern: Peter Lang, - Volume 17Author: Gary Arbuckle. of Tung Chung-shu and the problem of his writings, and indicates the urgent need for an exhaustive textual inquiry into the Ch'un ch'iu fan lu. The second is concerned with that aspect of New Text Confucianism which was responsible for its victory, namel y its Yin Yang teachings, together with the origin and absorption into Confucian dogma of this.

Professor Queen's accomplishment is a meticulous dissection of Tung Chung-shu's major work. The Luxuriant Gems of the Spring and Autumn Annals (Ch'un-ch'iu fan lu) established the first state-sponsored Confucian Canon, and created an ideal of the ruler and his role in government that was central to political discussion for two thousand years. The Kung-yang Tung Chung-shu chih-yii fragments are case summaries followed by Tung's judgments, while thefirstsix chapters of the Ch 'un-ch 'iu fan-lu consist of questions and answers on the Kung-yang Commentary, suggesting records of instructive discussions or . Tung Chung-shu, Ch'un-ch'iu fan-lu (Luxuriant Gems of the Spring and Autumn Annals) (Taipei: Taiwan Shang-wu yin-shu-kuan, ) Sarah A. Queen, From Chronicle to Canon: The Hermeneutics of the «Spring and Autumn» According to Tung Chung-shu (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ), p.   The Tract of T'ai-shang on Action and Response (Taishang ganying pian), a brief work of only characters, described the mechanisms of retribution, particularly how an individual's acts were regularly reported to heaven: "Inside a man's body there are the Three Worm Spirits (Sanshi shen) who on every fifty-seventh day of the sixty-day cycle report a man's crimes and transgressions to the.

The Hermeneutics of the Spring and Autumn according to Tung Chung-shu. Get access. Buy the print book Check if you have access via personal or institutional login. Log in Register Recommend to librarian. Chunqiu fanlu 春秋繁露 "Rich dew of the Spring and Autumn Classic" is a political treatise written by the Former Han-period 前漢 ( BCE-8 CE) philosopher Dong Zhongshu 董仲舒 ( BCE), who used the Confucian Classic Chunqiu 春秋 "Spring and Autumn Annals" to develop a modern exegesis of the text with a political meaning for contemporary rulers. ' TUNG Chung-shu V4EPf Ch'un-ch'iu fan-lu a, 5b (edit. of IVu-ying-tien chii-che'n-pan ch'iian-shu A4 f4i "). A book by an unknown author has been reconstructed from these and other citations, with the title Ch'ing-yii chih-yii shu? 4, published in the Y-han-shan-fang chi-i-shu HijE. ii 4IW by. For most of Chinese history, it has been accepted that the Former Han. Confucian philosopher Dong Zhongshu (c. B.C.) either. wrote or directly inspired most or all of the essay collection which cur. rently passes under the title of Chunqiu fanlu (Luxuriant Dew of. the Spring and Autumn Annals).