Confucius and the Analects revisited : new perspectives on composition, dating, and authorship /

Edited by Michael Hunter and Martin Kern and featuring contributions by preeminent scholars of early China, Confucius and the Analects Revisited: New Perspectives on Composition, Dating, and Authorship critically examines the long-standing debates surrounding the history of the Analects, for two mil...

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Other Authors: Hunter, Michael, Ph.D. (Editor), Kern, Martin (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2018.
Series:Studies in the history of Chinese texts ; 11.
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505 0 |6 880-01  |a Intro; Contents; List of Figures and Tables; Notes on Contributors; Introduction; Michael Hunter and Martin Kern; The Continuing Currency of the Lunyu; Our Position on the Lunyu; Of Rugs and Dominoes; The Contributions; Chapter 1; A Critical Overview of Some Contemporary Chinese Perspectives on the Composition and Date of the Lunyu; John Makeham; 1 The Guodian Materials and the Dating of the Lunyu; 2 The Shanghai Museum Strips, Intertextuality, and a Proto-Lunyu Corpus; Concluding Comments; Chapter 2; The Lunyu as an Accretion Text; Robert Eno; The Concept of an Accretion Text. 
505 8 |a The Evidence from Lunyu Intertextuality: Kongzi QuotationsDevelopments in Kongzi Quotation Practice; The Lunyu as a Layered Text; Reading the Lunyu as a Western Han Text; Conclusion; Chapter 4; Confucius and His Disciples in the Lunyu: The Basis for the Traditional View; Paul R. Goldin; Evidence from Intellectual History; The Evidence from Philosophical Vocabulary; Evidence from References to Other Philosophers; Chapter 5; The Lunyu, a Homeless Dog in Intellectual History: On the Dating of Discourses on Confucius's Success and Failure; Joachim Gentz. 
520 8 |a Edited by Michael Hunter and Martin Kern and featuring contributions by preeminent scholars of early China, Confucius and the Analects Revisited: New Perspectives on Composition, Dating, and Authorship critically examines the long-standing debates surrounding the history of the Analects, for two millennia considered the most authoritative source of the teachings of Confucius (551-479 BCE). Unlike most previous scholarship, it does not take the traditional view of the Analects' origins as given. Instead, it explores the validity and the implications of recent revisionist critiques from historical, philosophical, and literary perspectives, and further draws on recently discovered ancient manuscripts and new technological advances in the Digital Humanities. As such, it opens up new ways for productive engagement with the text.0Contributors: Mark Csikszentmihalyi, Paul van Els, Robert Eno, Joachim Gentz, Paul R. Goldin, Michael Hunter, Martin Kern, Esther Klein, John Makeham, Matthias L. Richter. 
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880 8 |6 505-00/$1  |a When were the Manuscripts CopiedWhere were the Manuscripts Copied; Why were the Manuscripts Copied; Conclusion; Chapter 7; Manuscript Formats and Textual Structure in Early China; Matthias L. Richter; Hypotheses about the Influence of Manuscript Formats on Texts; The Extension of Texts; Correspondence between the Text and Its Carrier; Mise-en-Page; Conclusion; Chapter 8; Interlocutor Collections, the Lunyu, and Proto-Lunyu Texts; Mark Csikszentmihalyi; Two Early Versions of the "Interlocutor Text" Origin Story; "Interlocutor Texts" in Early China: The Case of Zengzi 曾子. 
880 8 |6 505-00/$1  |a Theories of the Lunyu as an Accretion TextJapanese Sinology and the Accretion Theory; The Brookses' Accretion Theory; The Significance of Order within Disorder in the Lunyu; The Historical Context for the Compilation of the Lunyu; The Emergence of Confucian Aphoristic Collections; The Likely Role of Qin Encyclopedism; The Ru Underground of the Early Han and the Canonization of Confucius's Wisdom; Closing the Canon; Conclusion; Chapter 3; The Lunyu as a Western Han Text; Michael Hunter; The Title "Lunyu"; Han 漢 Bibliography and the Limitations Thereof. 
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