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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Table of Contents:
  • 880-01 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.
  • 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.