The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Confucianism, Vol. 1 by Rodney Leon Taylor

By Rodney Leon Taylor

- Over 2,000 completely cross-referenced entries indexed A-Z describe the most important ideals and practices of Confucianism.- Contents through topic part categorizes entries thematically: artwork, structure, and Iconography; Astrology, Cosmology, and Mythology; Biographical Entries; Ceremonies, Practices, and Rituals; options; Geography; Literature and Language; track; Rulers and Dynasties; colleges and teams; and Texts.- Black and white photographs and illustrations all through exhibit key geographical websites and supply compelling graphics inside Confucianism.- Charts and maps supply extra information.- Appendices offer a timeline of chinese language dynasties and glossaries of chinese language phrases transliterated in line with the Pinyn and Wade-Giles systems.- eight 0.5 eleven- Library-bound- 1,000 pages (500 in keeping with volume)- 2003

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The Sacred and the Profane: The Nature of Religion. Translated by Willard R. Trask. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1959. 9 Balanced Inquiries B temple, where one might find roof tiles with bat ornaments. Bat symbols are associated with Confucian temples in both Korea and China, but not Japan because there is no similar or common pronunciation. Palmer, Spencer J. Confucian Rituals in Korea. Berkeley, CA: Asian Humanities Press, 1984. Balanced Inquiries See Lun-heng. Before Form/After Form See hsing-erh-shang/hsing-erh-hsia.

Chia-ku-wen tzu-tien. Ch’eng-tu: Ssu-ch’uan tz’u-shu ch’u-pan-she, 1990. Karlgren, Bernhard. Grammata Serica Recensa. Göteborg, Sweden: Elanders Boktryckeri Aktiebolag, 1972. Thompson, Laurence G. Chinese Religion: An Introduction. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1995. Anthropomorphism Ancestral Cult See ancestors (tsu) and tsu-miao (ancestral shrine). Ancestral Shrine See tsu-miao (ancestral shrine). Ancestral Tablet See shen-wei (tablet). See tsu-miao (ancestral shrine). ” Anima/Animus Characteristics of the deepest layers of the human soul or self utilized in Swiss psychoanalyst Carl Jung’s theory of personality.

See also chin-sheng yü-chen; music; stone chime rack (pien-ch’ing). Palmer, Spencer J. Confucian Rituals in Korea. Berkeley, CA: Asian Humanities Press, 1984. Taylor, Rodney L. The Way of Heaven: An Introduction to the Confucian Religious Life. Leiden, Netherlands: E. J. Brill, 1986. Burning of the Books Destruction of early Chinese texts on two occasions during the Ch’in dynasty. , and was followed by the “burying of the Confucians” in the next year. It was proposed by Li Ssu, the Legalist prime minister.

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