... already established in the Hebrew canon for his retelling of Israel's history (especially Samuel, Kings, and Psalms). ... and reshaping of excerpts from those earlier canonical documents.45 The Place of Chronicles in the Canon THE ...
Author: Andrew E. Hill
Publisher: Zondervan Academic
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11 Sarah Queen, From Chronicle to Canon. The hermeneutics of the Spring and Autumn, according to Tung Chung-shu (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996), 13, 40, 76–7. 12 Michael Loewe, Dong Zhongshu, a 'Confucian' Heritage and the ...
Author: Dawid Rogacz
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Challenging the Eurocentric misconception that the philosophy of history is a Western invention, this book reconstructs Chinese thought and offers the first systematic treatment of classical Chinese philosophy of history. Dawid Rogacz charts the development from pre-imperial Confucian philosophy of history, the Warring States period and the Han dynasty through to the neo-Confucian philosophy of the Tang and Song era and finally to the Ming and Qing dynasties. Revealing underexplored areas of Chinese thought, he provides Western readers with new insight into original texts and the ideas of over forty Chinese philosophers, including Mencius, Shang Yang, Dong Zhongshu, Wang Chong, Liu Zongyuan, Shao Yong, Li Zhi, Wang Fuzhi and Zhang Xuecheng. This vast interpretive body is compared with the main premises of Western philosophy of history in order to open new lines of inquiry and directions for comparative study. Clarifying key ideas in the Chinese tradition that have been misrepresented or shoehorned to fit Western definitions, this book offers an important reconsideration of how Chinese philosophers have understood history.
From Chronicle to Canon : the Hermeneutics of the " Spring and Autumn Annals ” According to Tung Chung - shu . Ph.D. Dissertation , Harvard University . 1996. From Chronicle to Canon : the Hermeneutics of the " Spring and Autumn ...
Author: Lisa Ann Raphals
Publisher: SUNY Press
Category: Social Science
Explores historical and philosophical shifts in the depiction of women and virtue in the early years of the Chinese state. Includes an examination of the history of yin-yang theories.
GEORGE RAWLINSON , M.A. , Camden Professor of Ancient History in the University of Oxford , and Canon of Canterbury . ... J. Hammond ; Books of Chronicles , Professor Barker ; Job , Professor Milligan ; The Psalms , Canon Elliot ...
A later editor would certainly have given the entire edict in both writings ( the Chronicle and the book 1 What Bertheau ... And even supposing that the Chronicle was received into the canon as a supplement , after the books of Ezra and ...
Author: Uta-Renate BlumenthalPublish On: 2019-07-30
De Filippi claimed in this chronicle that Cardinal Albinus had been a member of the congregation of canons at S. Maria de Crescenzago. Gabriele Pennotto referred to de Filippi's chronicle in not very flattering terms, but nevertheless ...
Author: Uta-Renate Blumenthal
Category: Social Science
Published in 1998, these essays focus on Rome and the curia in the 11th and 12th centuries. Several relate to Cardinal Deusdedit and his canonical collection (1087) and to the pontificate of Paschal II (1099-1118). Both personalities and their ideas are presented within the larger setting of contemporary problems, highlighting divergent currents among ecclesiastical reformers at a time of the investiture controversies. A third common theme is formed by discussions of the organization and archival practices of the curia, which were of fundamental importance for the growth and codification of canon law, not to mention papal control of the Church.
Author: Griet VankeerberghenPublish On: 2001-01-01
See Queen , From Chronicle to Canon , 254. In my discussion I focus on the memorials , leaving out the Chunqiu fanlu # **** , because the relation of the latter text to the historical Dong Zhongshu is less clear . 99. See chap . 1.
Author: Griet Vankeerberghen
Publisher: SUNY Press
The book goes on to explore the relationship of moral, intellectual, and political authority in the first century of the Han dynasty, a period when the regime sought to monopolize all moral and intellectual authority."--BOOK JACKET.
begins one year after and ends 3 years before the Persian Dynasty XXVIII of the Chronicle . In the Canon , as the text now stands , Cambyses has only two full years for himself , viz . his 7th and his 8th ; but , as we have corrected it ...
From Chronicle to Canon:the Hermeneutics of the Spring and Autumn, according to Tong Chung-shu. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Raphals L. 1998a. Sharing the Light: Representations of Women and Virtue in Early China.
Author: Elisabeth Hsu
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A study of the earliest extensive account of Chinese pulse diagnosis, focusing on a biography of Chunyu Yi.
But unless the division had been made before, no one would ever have thought of considering the first half of this book, i.e. our present Chronicle, unworthy of a place in the canon, since it contains, in great part, new information not ...