Confucianism in action. Edited by David S. Nivison and Arthur F. Wright, with contributions by Wm. Theodore De Bary [and others].

; Wright, Arthur F., 1913-1976, editor ; Y. C. Wang Collection
Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 1959.

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Other Authors Wright, Arthur F., 1913-1976,
Y. C. Wang Collection.
Subjects China -- Civilización.
China -- Civilization.
China.
Chine -- Civilisation.
Civilization.
Confucianism.
Confucianisme.
Series Stanford studies in the civilizations of eastern Asia.
Description xiv, 390 pages portrait 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1959.
Notes "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" (pages [335]-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.
Production Credits "Papers presented at the 1957 and 1958 conferences sponsored by the Committee on Chinese Thought"--Page ix.
Geographic Area China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)382743
(OCoLC)ocm00382743
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WorldCat Identities Nivison, David S.,
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