|Confucian personalities / Edited by Arthur F. Wright and Denis Twitchett ; With contributions by Albert E. Dien ... [et al.].|
Developed from a research conference organized by the Committee on Chinese Thought of the Association for Asian Studies.
Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. -387).
Contents: Values, roles, and personalities / Arthur F. Wright -- Problems of Chinese biography / Denis Twitchett -- Yen Chih-t'ui (531-591+): a Buddho-confucian / Albert E. Dien -- T'ang literati: a composite biography / Hans H. Frankel -- Lu Chih (754-805): imperial adviser and court official / Denis Twitchett -- Feng Tao: an essay on confucian loyalty / Wang Gung-Wu -- From myth to myth: the case of Yüeh Fei's biography / Hellmut Wilhelm -- Chu Hsi's political career: a study in ambivalence / Conrad M. Schirokauer -- Yeh-lü Ch'u-ts'ai (1189-1243): Buddhist idealist and confucian statesman / Igor De Rachewiltz -- Chia Ssu-tao (1213-1275): a "bad last minister"? / Herbert Franke -- A fourteenth-century poet: Kao Ch'i / Frederick W. Mote -- Tung Ch'i-ch'ang (1555-1636): apathy in government and fervor in art / Nelson I. Wu -- K'ang Yu-wei (1858-1927): his intellectual background and early thought / Richard C. Howard -- Liao P'ing and the confucian departure from history / Joseph R. Levenson.