2 edition of Toho Gakkai soritsu gojisshunen kinen tohogaku ronshu found in the catalog.
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The family of Liu Tsung-yiian, for instance, belonged to the Kuan-chung aristocracy, but it had resided in the south for a while. My foremost goal is to try to shed more, and hopefully new, light on the mid-T'ang Confucian revival through an appreciation of Liu's life and thought. Aside from Buddhism, Taoism, both as a Lebensanschauung and as a religion, also figured prominently in the T'ang cultural and intellectual world.
See Yao Wei-yuan, Pei-ch'ao hu-hsing k'ao Peking, 1958pp. The only exception was Chao K'uang, whose date we do not have. For this subject, see also Lii Ssu-mien, Sui T'ang Wu-tai shih, vol.
265-316the Lius had apparently already become a leading clan in the Ho-tung region; reportedly, at least two of its members attained high office in the central government.
Mair Tun-huang Popular Narratives Ira E. Edited by Mark Stevenson and Wu Cuncun. Giles viii Acknowledgments Whiting Foundation, and the University of British Columbia.
Theodore de Bary's "Introduction" also contain general discussion about various usages of the term "Neo-Confucianism. 106-23; David McMullen, "Historical and Literary Theory in the Mid-Eighth Century," in Denis Twitchett and Arthur F. More important, this book intends to demonstrate that Liu's Confucian ideal was far more representative than that of Han and Li in their own time.
149-53; Yii Ying-shih, "Ming-chiao wei-chi yii Wei-Chin shihfeng te yen-pien," in his chih-shih chieh-ts'eng, p. 7 Like many other great clans, however, the Ho-tung Liu clan did not begin to play a conspicuous role in history until the second decade of the fourth century, when the Western Chin collapsed under the attacks and uprisings of the so-called Five Barbarian Groups and China fell Toho Gakkai soritsu gojisshunen kinen tohogaku ronshu a north-south For generally accurate genealogical information of "Ho-tung Liu," see LTYC, pp.
14-15; Hoyt Tillman, "A New Direction in Confucian Scholarship: Approaches to Examining the Differences Between Neo-Confucianism and Tao-hsiieh? In addition, the T'ien-t'ai school, founded during the Sui, continued to be active in the T'ang, actually enjoying a philosophical renewal during the eighth century.
Second, Tan and Chao asserted that the ultimate purpose of canonical scholarship was to detect the sages' underlying principles. Edited by Donghua Daxue Zhongwen xi. 67599-1-0111 of The Hoso Daigaku kyozai:Texts of the University of the Air. However, in connection with social grouping, Shan-tung actually stood for a much larger area.
During the sixth century, however, amid military rebellions and political turmoil, the political power of the southern aristocracy sharply diminished.
74 See Chang Ch'un, "Tan Chao Lu," pp.
53 For some Buddhists' comments in relation to the notion of "Buddhism within and Confucianism without," see Tao-hsiian, ed.