|Confucianism in action / Edited by David S. Nivison and Arthur F. Wright, with contributions by Wm. Theodore De Bary ... [et al.].|
"Papers ... presented at the 1957 and 1958 conferences sponsored by the Committee on Chinese Thought ... of the Association for Asian Studies."
Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. -373).
Contents: Introduction / David S. Nivison -- Some common tendencies in neo-confucianism / Wm. Theodore De Bary -- Some polarities in confucian thought / Benjamin Schwartz -- An analysis of Chinese clan rules: confucian theories in action / Huizhen Wang Liu -- The Fan clan's charitable estate, 1050-1760 / Denis Twitchett -- Some characteristics of Chinese bureaucratic behavior / C.K. Yang -- Some classifications of bureaucrats in Chinese historiography / James T.C. Liu -- Confucianism and the Chinese censorial system / Charles O. Hucker -- Ho-shen and his accusers: ideology and political behavior in the eighteenth century / David S. Nivison -- The suggestiveness of vestiges: confucianism and monarchy at the last / Joseph R. Levenson -- The confucian teacher in Tokugawa Japan / John Whitney Hall -- Motoda Eifu: confucian lecturer to the Meiji emperor / Donald H. Shively.
|Series||Stanford studies in the civilizations of eastern Asia|
|Collection||Bibl. Sinensis Soc. Iesu||Rec. #||9000|