Classics in Chinese philosophy : from Mo Tzu to Mao Tse-Tung / edited by Wade Baskin.
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- During the last century China has undergone more change than during any other period in its long and turbulent history. Roughly a quarter of the world's population has been directly affected by the radical transformation that culminated in the establishment of the present Communist state-one which claims to have translated into reality the Confucian ideal of securing the equality of all men. In underdeveloped regions throughout the world, wherever the quest for social justice has been checked, millions of people have been indirectly affected by these changes. Western scholars, somewhat perplex
- Cover Page; Title Page; Dedication; Preface; Contents; Confucius (551-478 B.C.); The Teachings of the Master; I Ching (Book of Changes); Lao Tzŭ (480-390 B.C.); Tâo Te Ching; Mo Tzŭ (470-396 B.C.); The Mo Tzŭ Book; Lieh Tzŭ (450-375 B.C.); Heaven's Gifts; Yang Chu (440-260 B.C.); The Yang Chu Chapter of the Lieh-tzŭ; Shang Yang (400-338 B.C.); The Book of Lord Shang; Hui Shih (380-305 B.C.); The Aphorisms; Chuang Tzŭ (bet. 399-286 B.C.); The Writings of Chuang Tzŭ; Mencius (372-289 B.C.); The Sayings of Mencius; Tzŭ Ssu (335-288 B.C.); The Way of the Mean; Hsun Tzŭ (bet. 335-238 B.C.)
Self-CultivationKung-sun Lung (320-250 B.C.); A Discussion on White Horses; Han Fei Tzŭ (280-233 B.C.); Six Contrarieties; Li Ssu (d. 208 B.C.); Memorials; Huai-nan Tzŭ (180-122 B.C.); Placing Customs on a Par; Tung Chung-shu (177-104 B.C.); Luxuriant Gems of the Spring and Autumn Annals; Wang Ch'ung (27-97 A.D.); Wrong Notions About Happiness (Fu-Hsü); Gautama Buddha (563-483 B.C.); The Attainment of Buddhahood; Ko Hung (268-334 A.D.); The Philosopher who Embraces Simplicity; Kuo Hsiang (d. 312 A.D.); Commentary on the Chuang Tzŭ; Hui-Yüan (334-416 A.D.)
A Monk Does Not Bow Down Before a KingT'an-luan (476-542 A.D.); Commentary to Vasubandhu's Essay on Rebirth; Chih K'ai (538-597); The Scripture of the Lotus of the Wonderful Law; Hsüan-tsang (596-664); Confirmation of the Consciousness-only System; Fa-tsang (643-712); The Golden Lion; Hui-Neng (658-713); The Platform Scripture; Shen-hui (670-762); Conversations; Han Yü (768-824); What Is The True Way (Yüan Tâo); Hui Hai (fl c. 780); On Sudden Illumination; Huang Po (d. 850); Sermons and Dialogues; Shao Yung (1011-1077); The Supreme Principles Governing the World; Chou Tun-i (1017-1073)
An Explanation of the Diagram of the Great UltimateChang Tsai (1020-1077); Great Harmony; Ch'eng Hao (1032-1086); Ten Matters Calling for Reform; Ch'eng I (1033-1107); Philosophy of Human Nature; Yüan-Wu Ko-Chin (1063-1135); Fa-Yen Answers Hui-Chao Regarding the Buddha Question; Chu Hsi (1130-1200); The Doctrine of the Mean; Lu Hsiang-shan (1139-1192); Law, Mind and Nature; Wang Yang-Ming (1472-1528); Instructions for Practical Life; Huang Tsung-Hsi (1610-1695); Kingship; Ku Yen-Wu (1613-1682); True Learning: Broad Knowledge, and a Sense of Shame; Wang Fu-Chih (1619-1693)
Man's Nature & DestinyK'ang Yu-Wei (1858-1927); Entering the World and Seeing Universal Suffering; Sun Yat-Sen (1864-1925); General Theory of Knowledge and Action; T'an Ssu-T'ung (1865-1898); On the Study of Humanity; Hu Shih (1891-1962); Pragmatism; Mao Tse-Tung (1893- ); On Practice; Yu-Lan Fung (1895- ); Philosophy of Contemporary China; Copyright Page
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- Baskin, Wade, editor.
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