4 edition of Dong Zhongshu, a Confucian heritage and the Chun qiu fan lu found in the catalog.
Dong Zhongshu, a Confucian heritage and the Chun qiu fan lu
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Michael Loewe|
|Series||China studies -- v. 20|
|LC Classifications||B128.T824 L64 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011006722|
The first chapter discusses Dong's intellectual biogra¬ phy, the second evaluates the reliability of the attribution to him of those sections of the Chun qiu fan lu which discuss the jiao, the third. translates the relevant sections, and the fourth discusses the theory of the sacrifice enunciated in these : Mark Edward Lewis. Attributed to the Han dynasty scholar Dong Zhongshu (circa −circa BC), Chun Qiu fan lu (The luxuriant dew of the Spring and Autumn annals) was an elaboration on the Spring and Autumn Annals, which date from about the s to the s ’s work focuses on the Gongyang Commentary (On the Annals) and its school, which predated his work by a .
The second reason relates to sociocultural norms on learning in CHCs. More specifically, CHCs are marked by greater incidence of teacher-centered teaching and Author: Charlene Tan. The changes Dong Zhongshu made to the earlier yin-yang theory shed new light on how the Chinese comprehen-sion of gender identities was created, revised, and contested. As the founder of imperial Confucianism, Dong Zhongshu (Tung Chung-shu) I f?f (1 B.C.E.) was the first prominent Confucian to integrate yin-yang theory into Confucianism.
This too is the father and son order, each receiving the other in turn As transmitters they are fathers, as receivers they are sons. There is an unvarying dependence of the sons on the fathers, and a direction from the fathers to the sons. Such is the Dao of heaven” From Chun Qiu Fan Lu, by Dong Zhongshu BC. Quoted by Needham in Vol II Cited by: 9. of Dong Zhongshu’s Confucian teaching”.8 The core of Dong’s cosmol ogy “is the correspondence between heaven and man, and its goal is essentially political”.9 Indeed, in a major work attributed to him – Chun qiu fan lu or Exuberant Dews of .
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Dong Zhongshu, a 'Confucian' Heritage and the Chunqiu Fanlu Michael Loewe Intellectual developments of the Western Han dynasty ( BCE 9 CE) have been studied hitherto on the assumptions that a system described as Confucianism acquired paramount importance and that Dong Zhongshu (ca. to ca. BCE) had been responsible for formulating its principles.
Intellectual developments of the Western Han dynasty ( BCE 9 CE) have been studied hitherto on the assumptions that a system described as Confucianism acquired paramount importance and that Dong Zhongshu (ca. to ca. BCE) had been responsible for formulating its Dong Zhongshu. In challenging these assumptions, this book examines Dong.
The assumption that a system described as 'Confucianism' formulated by Dong Zhongshu became accepted as the norm during the Western Han dynasty ( BCE - 9 CE) is challenged and his supposed authorship of the Chunqiu fanlu examined. The assumption that a system described as ‘Confucianism’ formulated by Dong Zhongshu became accepted as the norm during the Western Han dynasty ( BCE – 9 CE) is challenged and his supposed authorship of the Chunqiu fanlu examined.
Abstract In Dong Zhongshu: A 'Confucian' Heritage and the Chunqiu Fanlu, eminent sinologist Michael Loewe shines a bright light on the traditionally seminal but consistently understudied figure of Dong Zhongshu. Attributed to the Han dynasty scholar Dong Zhongshu (circa −circa BC), Chun Qiu fan lu (The luxuriant dew of the Spring and Autumn annals) was an elaboration on the Spring and Autumn Annals, which date from about the s to the s BC.
An early work that was influential to the development of rhetorical and literary style was Dong Zhongshu’s Chun Qiu Fan Lu(春秋繁露), known in English as Rich Dew of the Spring and Autumn Classic. Dong, Zhongshu. 董仲舒. / Chun qiu fan lu. In The classics of the twenty-two t of the Carved Plate Version of Zhejiang Book Co.
Edition Author: Xuding Wang, Naiqiao Yang. 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.
Dong Zhongshu's thought integrated Yin Yang cosmology into a Confucian ethical framework. He emphasised the importance of the Spring and Autumn Annals as a source for both political and metaphysical ideas, following the tradition of the Gongyang Commentary in seeking hidden meanings from its e: 董仲舒.
In it, Dong interpreted the Confucian Classic “Spring and Autumn Annals” (Chunqiu), a chronicle of the events in Confucius’s native state of Lu between bce and bce, purportedly edited by Confucius. By Dong Zhongshu Introduction Dong Zhongshu (c. BCE) was a renowned Confucian scholar and government official during the reign of the Han Emperor Wu (r.
BCE). Emperor Wu’s reign was a defining period of the Former or Western Han. Among many who sought to discover profound meanings in the text was Dong Zhongshu (c. – c. bc), a great Han-dynasty Confucianist, who claimed that the natural phenomena recorded in the book (e.g., eclipse of the sun, shower of stars at night, drought) were intended as unmistakable warnings to future leaders of what happens when rulers prove unworthy.
Ch'un-ch'iu-fan-lu = Üppiger Tau des Frühling-und-Herbst-Klassikers: Chun qiu fan lu. Selections: Dong Zhongshu, a 'Confucian' heritage and the Chunqiu fanlu: Dong Zhongshu si xiang yan jiu, Dong zi fan lu: Dongzi wen ji [1 juan] EPWN online: Index du Tch'ouen ts'ieou fan lou: Luxuriant gems of the spring and autumn / attributed to Dong.
From chronicle to canon: the hermeneutics of the Spring and autumn, according to Tung Chung-shu /. Dong Zhongshu, a "Confucian" heritage and the Chunqiu fanlu by Michael Loewe () Studien zur geschichte des konfuzianischen dogmas und der chinesischen staatsreligion: das problem des Tschʻun-tsʻiu und Tung Tschung-schu's Tschʻun-tsʻiu fan lu by Otto Franke (Book) Lun Dong Zhongshu si xiang by Fucheng Zhou (Book).
Confucianism, also known as Ruism, is a system of thought and behavior originating in ancient sly described as tradition, a philosophy, a religion, a humanistic or rationalistic religion, a way of governing, or simply a way of life, Confucianism developed from what was later called the Hundred Schools of Thought from the teachings of the Chinese philosopher Chinese: 儒家.
1Lippiello explains though Chun Qiu Fan Lu is traditionally attributed to Dong Zhongshu, it is basically a composite book by Dong and the scholars who coopted Dong’s Confucian : Xun Yang. Confucianism, also known as Ruism, is a system of thought and behavior originating in ancient sly described as tradition, a philosophy, a religion, a humanistic or rationalistic religion, a way of governing, or simply a way of life,  Confucianism developed from what was later called the  Confucianism developed from what was later.
The convergence model of philosophical method in the early Han. Dong Zhongshu, a 'Confucian' heritage and the Chunqiu fanlu. such as Huai Nan Zi, Chun Qiu Fan Lu, Shiji. Even the astronomy Author: Alexus Mcleod. The present article deals with the philosophical theory and epistemological methodology of the Modern Confucian Xu Fuguan (–), a significant Taiwanese philosopher of the 20th century whose theoretical contributions are in the center of academic interests in China and Taiwan, though almost completely unexplored in the West.
The article’s main focus is on Xu’s Cited by: 1.The core of Confucian culture is ethics and values. Zhong Hua Book Company,  Xue Sainan. The Relation between Humanistic Care and Ideological and Political Education [J].
Modern Education Management, (6):  Dong Zhongshu. Chun Qiu Fan Lu [M]. Shanghai: Shanghai Ancient Books Publishing House, [11 Author: Zhi Jing.Sourced quotations by the Chinese Philosopher Dong Zhongshu ( BC — BC).
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