|Chinese language, thought, and culture : Nivison and his critics|
|Chinese language, thought, and culture : Nivison and his critics / edited by Philip J. Ivanhoe ; foreword by Patrick Suppes.|
"Published works of David S. Nivison": p. -348.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Another copy Gleeson Library.
Foreword / Patrick Suppes -- 1. Toward a New Pronominal Hypothesis of Qi in Shang Chinese / Ken-ichi Takashima -- 2. Zou and Lu and the Sinification of Shandong / Edwin G. Pulleyblank -- 3. Micro-Periodization and the Calendar of a Shang Military Campaign / Edward L. Shaughnessy -- 4. The Mean in Original Confucianism / Kanaya Osamu -- 5. Women in the Life and Thought of Zhang Xuecheng / Susan Mann -- 6. Zhang Xuecheng Versus Dai Zhen: A Study in Intellectual Challenge and Response in Eighteenth-Century China / Yu Ying-shih -- 7. Beyond Post-Modernism / Henry Rosemont, Jr. -- 8. Duty and Virtue / Chad Hansen -- 9. A Villain in the Xunzi / Donald J. Munro -- 10. Xunzi on Moral Motivation / David B. Wong -- 11. What Should Western Philosophy Learn from Chinese Philosophy? / Bryan W. Van Norden -- 12. "Existentialism" in the School of Wang Yangming / Philip J. Ivanhoe -- Replies and Comments / David S. Nivision -- Published Works of David S. Nivision.