Chinese Thinkers Through the Ages

The Wisdom of Confucius, The Wisdom of Mao, and Classics in Chinese Philosophy
Philosophical Library/Open Road (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 17. Juli 2018
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  • 1295 Seiten
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978-1-5040-5486-7 (ISBN)
From the I Ching to The Little Red Book: Two thousand years of wisdom from some of China's greatest philosophers and political thinkers. The Wisdom of Confucius: Whether considering his own life, human nature, or a society's responsibilities, Confucius's teachings emphasize morality, social relationships, justice, and sincerity. He pursued social and political reform, leaving a legacy of wisdom that remains vital today. Organized by topic and accompanied with contextual footnotes, this collection of quotations and lessons is often as entertaining as it is educational. The Wisdom of Mao: In this collection of essays, China's Chairman Mao Tse-Tung explains his interpretation of Marxism-Leninism that became known as Maoism. From examining the root causes of societal shifts to explaining the necessity of guerilla-based revolution, Mao mixes his philosophical positions with the history of the Chinese people. Classics in Chinese Philosophy: An anthology of the most important philosophical texts in Chinese history, from Confucius and the I Ching to Mao Tse-Tung and Yu-Lan Fung.
  • Intro
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • The Wisdom of Confucius
  • Title Page
  • Foreword
  • One
  • Two
  • Three
  • Four
  • Five
  • Six
  • Seven
  • Eight
  • Nine
  • Ten
  • Eleven
  • Twelve
  • The Wisdom of Mao
  • Title Page
  • Foreword
  • On Practice
  • Notes
  • On Contradiction
  • I. The Two World Outlooks
  • II. The Universality of Contradiction
  • III. The Particularity of Contradiction
  • IV. The Principal Contradiction and the Principal Aspect of a Contradiction
  • V. The Identity and Struggle of the Aspects of a Contradiction
  • VI. The Place of Antagonism in Contradiction
  • VII. Conclusion
  • Notes
  • On New Democracy
  • I. Whither China?
  • II. We Want to Build a New China
  • III. China's Historical Characteristics
  • IV. The Chinese Revolution is Part of the World Revolution
  • V. The Politics of New Democracy
  • VI. The Economy of New Democracy
  • VII. Refutation of Bourgeois Dictatorship
  • VIII. Refutation of "Left" Phrase-Mongering
  • IX. Refutation of the Die-Hards
  • X. The Three People's Principles, Old and New
  • XI. The Culture of New Democracy
  • XII. The Historical Characteristics of China's Cultural Revolution
  • XIII. The Four Periods
  • XIV. Some Wrong Ideas About the Nature of Culture
  • XV. A National, Scientific and Mass Culture
  • Notes
  • Classics in Chinese Philosophy
  • Title Page
  • Dedication
  • Preface
  • Confucius (551-478 B.C.)
  • The Teachings of the Master
  • I Ching (Book of Changes)
  • Lao Tzu (480-390 B.C.)
  • Tâo Te Ching
  • Mo Tzu (470-396 B.C.)
  • The Mo Tzu Book
  • Lieh Tzu (450-375 B.C.)
  • Heaven's Gifts
  • Yang Chu (440-260 B.C.)
  • The Yang Chu Chapter of the Lieh-tzu
  • Shang Yang (400-338 B.C.)
  • The Book of Lord Shang
  • Hui Shih (380-305 B.C.)
  • The Aphorisms
  • Chuang Tzu (bet. 399-286 B.C.)
  • The Writings of Chuang Tzu
  • Mencius (372-289 B.C.)
  • The Sayings of Mencius
  • Tzu Ssu (335-288 B.C.)
  • The Way of the Mean
  • Hsun Tzu (bet. 335-238 B.C.)
  • Self-Cultivation
  • Kung-sun Lung (320-250 B.C.)
  • A Discussion on White Horses
  • Han Fei Tzu (280-233 B.C.)
  • Six Contrarieties
  • Li Ssu (d. 208 B.C.)
  • Memorials
  • Huai-nan Tzu (180-122 B.C.)
  • Placing Customs on a Par
  • Tung Chung-shu (177-104 B.C.)
  • Luxuriant Gems of the Spring and Autumn Annals
  • Wang Ch'ung (27-97 A.D.)
  • Wrong Notions About Happiness (Fu-Hsü)
  • Gautama Buddha (563-483 B.C.)
  • The Attainment of Buddhahood
  • Ko Hung (268-334 A.D.)
  • The Philosopher who Embraces Simplicity
  • Kuo Hsiang (d. 312 A.D.)
  • Commentary on the Chuang Tzu
  • Hui-Yüan (334-416 A.D.)
  • A Monk Does Not Bow Down Before a King
  • T'an-luan (476-542 A.D.)
  • Commentary to Vasubandhu's Essay on Rebirth
  • Chih K'ai (538-597)
  • The Scripture of the Lotus of the Wonderful Law
  • Hsüan-tsang (596-664)
  • Confirmation of the Consciousness-only System
  • Fa-tsang (643-712)
  • The Golden Lion
  • Hui-Neng (658-713)
  • The Platform Scripture
  • Shen-hui (670-762)
  • Conversations
  • Han Yü (768-824)
  • What Is The True Way (Yüan Tâo)
  • Hui Hai (fl c. 780)
  • On Sudden Illumination
  • Huang Po (d. 850)
  • Sermons and Dialogues
  • Shao Yung (1011-1077)
  • The Supreme Principles Governing the World
  • Chou Tun-i (1017-1073)
  • An Explanation of the Diagram of the Great Ultimate
  • Chang Tsai (1020-1077)
  • Great Harmony
  • Ch'eng Hao (1032-1086)
  • Ten Matters Calling for Reform
  • Ch'eng I (1033-1107)
  • Philosophy of Human Nature
  • Yüan-Wu Ko-Chin (1063-1135)
  • Fa-Yen Answers Hui-Chao Regarding the Buddha Question
  • Chu Hsi (1130-1200)
  • The Doctrine of the Mean
  • Lu Hsiang-shan (1139-1192)
  • Law, Mind and Nature
  • Wang Yang-Ming (1472-1528)
  • Instructions for Practical Life
  • Huang Tsung-Hsi (1610-1695)
  • Kingship
  • Ku Yen-Wu (1613-1682)
  • True Learning: Broad Knowledge, and a Sense of Shame
  • Wang Fu-Chih (1619-1693)
  • Man's Nature & Destiny
  • K'ang Yu-Wei (1858-1927)
  • Entering the World and Seeing Universal Suffering
  • Sun Yat-Sen (1864-1925)
  • General Theory of Knowledge and Action
  • T'an Ssu-T'ung (1865-1898)
  • On the Study of Humanity
  • Hu Shih (1891-1962)
  • Pragmatism
  • Mao Tse-Tung (1893- )
  • On Practice
  • Yu-Lan Fung (1895- )
  • Philosophy of Contemporary China
  • About the Contributors
  • Copyright

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