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The Resource Body, Ritual and Identity : A New Interpretation of the Early Qing Confucian Yan Yuan (1635-1704)

Body, Ritual and Identity : A New Interpretation of the Early Qing Confucian Yan Yuan (1635-1704)

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Body, Ritual and Identity : A New Interpretation of the Early Qing Confucian Yan Yuan (1635-1704)
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Body, Ritual and Identity
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A New Interpretation of the Early Qing Confucian Yan Yuan (1635-1704)
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Sinica Leidensia Ser
Body, Ritual and Identity : A New Interpretation of the Early Qing Confucian Yan Yuan (1635-1704)
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Body, Ritual and Identity : A New Interpretation of the Early Qing Confucian Yan Yuan (1635-1704)
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Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- CHAPTER 1 -- Introduction: Why Yan Yuan? -- 1 The Problem -- 2 Appraisal of the Conventional Wisdom of Yan Yuan -- 3 Yan Yuan in Context: Double Marginal Status -- A The "Cultural Gap " Between Northern and Southern China -- B The Early Qing Intellectual Center in North China: The Sun Qifeng School -- 4 Research Agenda -- CHAPTER 2 -- The Formation of a Radical Anti-Zhu Xi Confucian -- 1 The Problem -- 2 Crises -- A The Beginning -- B The Young Man Zhu Bangliang -- C Conversion: Embodying the Confucian Way -- D The Crisis -- E The Interpretations -- F Turning against "Zhu" -- G Epilogue -- 3 Conclusion -- CHAPTER 3 -- Discontent with "Culture": Yan Yuan's Reconfiguration of Confucian Learning -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Masculine Protest: Bodily Learning Versus Literary Learning -- A Confucian Warriors? -- B Embodying the Way: Ritualization and Body Discipline -- C Quiet-sitting & Book-reading -- D Yan Yuan's "True" Confucian Learning -- 3 Against the "Culture" of Poetry, Prose, Calligraphy, and Painting: The "Four Vermin" in the World -- 4 Conclusion -- CHAPTER 4 -- Yan-Li School Reconsidered: Li Gong as "Disciple" -- 1 Introduction -- 2 In Search of Confirmation -- 3 A Disciple of Mao Qiling -- 4 Conclusion: The "Yan-Li School" in Perspective -- CHAPTER 5 -- From Oblivion to Glory: The Revival of Yan Yuan in Modern China -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Beginning -- 3 From a Confucian Reformer to a Great Chinese Thinker -- 4 Last Confucian? Chinese Dewey! -- 5 Conclusion -- CHAPTER 6 -- Conclusion: Body, Ritual and Identity -- 1 Confucian Ritualism and Wenren Culture Reconsidered -- 2 The Ideal of Manhood and Healthy Culture -- 3 Identity Crisis and Intellectual Transformation -- Bibliography -- Index
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