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    Neo-Confucian Shinto Thought in Early Tokugawa Zhu Xi Studies: Comparing the Work of Hayashi Razan and Yamazaki Ansai.Chang Kun-Chiang 張崑將 - 2019 - Contemporary Chinese Thought 49 (3-4):219-240.
    The author examines some Confucian-trained Tokugawa Japanese scholars who were concerned about the deleterious impact of Buddhism on native Shinto thought and practice. Several leading Confucian-tr...
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    Zhu Xi's Grasp of Buddhism and its Limitations.Chen-Feng Tsai 蔡振豐 - 2019 - Contemporary Chinese Thought 49 (3-4):186-206.
    Zhu Xi was familiar with Buddhism in youth. After devoting himself to Confucianism at age 30, he became critical of Buddhism. The author shows that Zhu Xi made two basic criticisms of Chinese Buddh...
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    Zhu Xi’s Study of the Chuci and the Tradition of Confucian Aesthetics.Chen Chao-Ying 陳昭瑛 - 2019 - Contemporary Chinese Thought 49 (3-4):207-218.
    Zhu Xi regarded the Chuci as highly as the Shijing. The author argues that Zhu’s positive reading of Chuci turned on the author Qu Yuan’s patriotic intent but neglected the cultural bac...
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  4. On the Relationship Between Philosophical Constructions and Interpretations of the Classics with a Focus on Zhu Xi’s Interpretation of the Four Books.Chun-Chieh Huang 黃俊傑 - 2019 - Contemporary Chinese Thought 49 (3-4):171-185.
    This chapter examines the tension between philosophical construction and classical interpretation. It analyses Zhu Xi’s very specific philosophical interpretations of early classics, such as the Fo...
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    New Challenge and New Significance for Zhu Xi’s Doctrine of “Liyi Fenshu” in the Age of Globalization.Huang Chun-Chieh 黃俊傑 - 2019 - Contemporary Chinese Thought 49 (3-4):241-250.
    Zhu’s doctrine of “liyi fenshu” shows the balanced ecological transmission of pattern among phenomena. However, used as an ideology it becomes a tool of the central authority. The author takes this...
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