|The unfolding of Neo-Confucianism|
|The unfolding of Neo-Confucianism / c by Wm. Theodore de Bary and the Conference on Seventeenth-Century Chinese Thought.|
Reprint. Originally published: New York, Columbia University Press, 1975.
Title also in Chinese: 理學之展示.
"This volume is the product of a Conference on Seventeenth-Century Chinese Thought, held at the Villa Serbelloni in September 1970, under the sponsorship of the Committee on the Study of Chinese Civilization of the American Council of Learned Societies."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Confucianism and Buddhism in the late Ming / Araki Kengo -- The spiritual autobiography of Te-ch'ing / Pei-yi Wu -- Chu-hung and lay Buddhism in the late Ming / Kristin Yü Greenblatt -- Neo-Confucian cultivation and the seventeenth-century "Enlightenment" / Wm. Theodore de Bary -- Orthodoxy and Enlightenment: Wang Shih-chen's theory of poetry and its antecedents / Richard John Lynn -- Chiao Hung and the revolt against Ch'eng-chu orthodoxy / Edward T. Ch'ien -- Liu Tsung-chou's Doctrine of moral mind and practice and his critique of Wang Yang-ming / Tang Chun-I -- From education to politics: the Fu She / William S. Atwell -- Fang I-chih: Western learning and the "investigation of things" / Willard J. Peterson -- Wang Fu-chih and the Neo-Confucian tradition / Ian McMorran -- Reason, substance, and human desires in seventeenth-century neo-Confucianism / Chung-ying Cheng -- Yen-yüan: from inner experience to lived concreteness / Wei-ming Tu -- The Hsing-li ching-i and the Ch'eng-chu school of the seventeenth century / Wing-tsit Chan.