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The Chinese classic of family reverence : a philosophical translation of the Xiaojing / Henry Rosemont, Jr. and Roger T. Ames.

By: Rosemont, Henry, 1934- [author.].
Contributor(s): Ames, Roger T, 1947- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Honolulu : University of Hawai'i Press, �2009Description: 1 online resource (xv, 132 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781441620200; 1441620206; 9780824864637; 0824864638.Report number: 2008031256Subject(s): Xiao jing | Xiao jing | Xiao jing | Xiaojing | Ethics -- China | FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS -- Family Relationships | FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS -- Ethics & Morals | LITERARY CRITICISM -- Asian -- Chinese | Ethics | China | �Ubersetzung | Englisch | Etik -- KinaGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Chinese classic of family reverence.DDC classification: 173.0951 Other classification: 11.87 | 6,25 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
1. Why Study This Text? -- 2. Historical and Textual Background -- 2.1 Synopsis of the Work -- 2.2 Confucius -- 2.3 Master Zeng -- 2.4 The Text and Its Historical Context -- 3. Philosophical and Religious Background -- 3.1 Xiao in Classical Confucianism -- 3.2 The Socio-Political Dimensions of xiao -- 3.3 The Ethical Dimensions of xiao -- 3.4 Xiao and Human-centered Religiousness -- 4. The Chinese Lexicon of Key Philosophical Terms -- 5. The Classic of Family Reverence (Xiaojing) -- 5.1 Setting the Theme and Illuminating Its Meaning -- 5.2 The Emperor as Son of "tian" -- 5.3 The Hereditary Lords -- 5.4 The Ministers and High Officials -- 5.5 The Lower Officials -- 5.6 The Common People -- 5.7 The Three Powers and Resources -- 5.8 Governing through Family Reverence -- 5.9 Sagely Governing -- 5.10 A Narrative of Family Reverence in Practice -- 5.11 The Five Punishments -- 5.12 Elaborating upon "the Vital Way" -- 5.13 Elaborating upon "Consummate Character" -- 5.14 Elaborating upon "Raising One's Name High for Posterity" -- 5.15 On Remonstrance -- 5.16 Resonance -- 5.17 Serving One's Lord -- 5.18 Mourning for Parents -- 6. Notes to the Classic of Family Reverence
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 119-127) and index.

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1. Why Study This Text? -- 2. Historical and Textual Background -- 2.1 Synopsis of the Work -- 2.2 Confucius -- 2.3 Master Zeng -- 2.4 The Text and Its Historical Context -- 3. Philosophical and Religious Background -- 3.1 Xiao in Classical Confucianism -- 3.2 The Socio-Political Dimensions of xiao -- 3.3 The Ethical Dimensions of xiao -- 3.4 Xiao and Human-centered Religiousness -- 4. The Chinese Lexicon of Key Philosophical Terms -- 5. The Classic of Family Reverence (Xiaojing) -- 5.1 Setting the Theme and Illuminating Its Meaning -- 5.2 The Emperor as Son of "tian" -- 5.3 The Hereditary Lords -- 5.4 The Ministers and High Officials -- 5.5 The Lower Officials -- 5.6 The Common People -- 5.7 The Three Powers and Resources -- 5.8 Governing through Family Reverence -- 5.9 Sagely Governing -- 5.10 A Narrative of Family Reverence in Practice -- 5.11 The Five Punishments -- 5.12 Elaborating upon "the Vital Way" -- 5.13 Elaborating upon "Consummate Character" -- 5.14 Elaborating upon "Raising One's Name High for Posterity" -- 5.15 On Remonstrance -- 5.16 Resonance -- 5.17 Serving One's Lord -- 5.18 Mourning for Parents -- 6. Notes to the Classic of Family Reverence

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