The Confucian persuasion.


Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 1960.

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Subjects China -- Civilización.
China -- Civilization.
Chine -- Civilisation.
Confucianisme.
Confucius and Confucianism.
Series Stanford studies in the civilizations of eastern Asia.
Description 390 pages.
Copyright Date 1960.
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Note" (pages [313]-375).
Contents Introduction / Arthur F. Wright -- The confucianization of South China / Hisayuki Miyakawa -- Sui Yang-Ti: personality and stereotype / Arthur F. Wright -- Neo-confucianism and Neo-legalism in T'ang intellectual life, 755-805 / Edwin G. Pulleyblank -- Confucian elements in the theory of painting / James F. Cahill -- Traditional heroes in Chinese popular fiction / Robert Ruhlmann -- Protest against conventions and conventions of protest / David S. Nivison -- Confucian eremitism in the Yüan period / Frederick W. Mote -- Some themes in Chinese rebel ideologies / Yuji Muramatsu -- Ill wind in the well-field: the erosion of the confucian ground of controversy / Joseph R. Levenson -- The anti-confucian movement in early Republican China / Tse-Tsung Chow.
Geographic Area China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)382744
(OCoLC)ocm00382744
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Wright, Arthur F., 1913-1976.
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