The religious thought of Chu Hsi /
Recognized as one of the greatest philosophers in classical China, Chu Hsi (1130-1200) is known in the West through translations of one of his many works, the Chin-ssu Lu. This study offers an examination of Chu Hsi's religious thought, based on readings of both primary and secondary sources.
New York :
Oxford University Press,
- The world of thought in Chu Hsi's time
- The great ultimate (T'ai-chi)
- Spiritual beings (Kuei-shen)
- Rituals (Li)
- Human nature (Jen-hsing) and the ethics of perfectability
- Personal cultivation (Hsiu-sheng)
- Philosophical disputes with Lu Chiu-yüan
- Chu Hsi and Taoism
- Chu Hsi and Buddhism
- Chu Hsi's critics
- Chu Hsi's relevance.