|Chinese thought and institutions|
|Author||Fairbank, John King, 1907-1991|
|Pub. Location||[Taipei 臺北?]||Publisher||---|
|Date||1957||Phys. Desc.||xiii, 438 p. :map, diagrams ; 21 cm.|
|Location||Dir. Office Gallery North||Call Number||DS721.F26 1957a|
|Chinese thought and institutions / edited by John K. Fairbank; with contributions by T'ung-tsu Ch'ü [and others].|
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Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. 345-410).
Introduction: problems of method and of content / John K. Fairbank -- The intellectual history of China: preliminary reflections / Benjamin Schwartz -- The political function of astronomy and astronomers in Han China / Wolfram Eberhard -- The formation of Sui ideology, 581-604 / Arthur F. Wright -- An early Sung reformer: Fan Chung-yen / James T.C. Liu -- The Tung-lin movement of the late Ming period / Charles O. Hucker -- Chinese despotism and the Confucian ideal: a seventeenth-century view / W.T. de Bary -- Synarchy under the treaties / John K. Fairbank -- Chinese class structure and its ideology / Tʻung-tsu Chʻü -- Region, family, and individual in the Chinese examination system / E.A. Kracke, Jr. -- The functional relationship between Confucian thought and Chinese religion / C.K. Yang -- The concept of "pao" as a basis for social relations in China / Lien-sheng Yang -- The scholar's frustration: notes on a type of "fu" / Hellmut Wilhelm -- The amateur ideal in Ming and early Chʻing society: evidence from painting / Joseph R. Levenson.