|Sources of Chinese Tradition|
|Sources of Chinese Tradition / compiled by Wm. Theodore de Bary, Wing-tsit Chan [and] Burton Watson. With contributions by Yi-pao Mei [and others].|
Translations from various sources and by various individuals.
Bibliography: p. -956.
Contents: Pt. 1. The classical period. The Chinese tradition in antiquity ; Confucius ; Mo Tzu: universal love, utilitarianism, and uniformity ; Taoism ; Logic and cosmology ; Molders of the Confucian tradition ; The legalists. -- Pt. 2. The imperial age: Chʻin and Han. The imperial order ; The universal order ; The economic order ; Rationalism and superstition ; Confucianism and the Confucian canon ; The great Han historians. -- Pt. 3. Neo-Taoism and Buddhism. Neo-Taoism ; The introduction of Buddhism ; The schools of Buddhism I ; The schools of Buddhism II. -- Pt. 4. The Confucian revival. Precursors of the Confucian revival ; The Confucian revival in the Sung ; Neo-Confucianism: the school of principle or reason ; Neo-Confucianism: the school of the mind or intuition ; The late harvest of Confucian scholarship ; Popular religion and secret societies. -- Pt. 5. China and the new world. The opening of China to the West ; The heavenly kingdom of the Taipings ; Reform and reaction under the Manchus ; The Nationalist Revolution ; The new culture movement ; Chinese Communism.
Title: Records of Civilization: Sources and Studies.