Warp, Weft, and Way

Chinese and Comparative Philosophy 中國哲學與比較哲學

2015 Early China ToC

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EARLY CHINA 38 (2015)



   Sarah Allan


Magdalene von Dewall (1927-2014): A Portrait

   Lothar von Falkenhausen

Nivison and the Philosophical Study of Confucian Thought: In Memory of David S. Nivison (1923 – 2014)

   Kwong-loi Shun

Heavy and Light Body Parts: The Weighing Metaphor in Early Chinese Dialogues

   Carine Defoort

The Role of Qing 情 in the Huainanzi’s Ethics

   Matthew L. Duperon

The Notion of Originality and Degrees of Faithfulness in Translationg Classical Chinese: Comparing Translations of the Liezi

   Xiaofan Amy Li

Taotie, Dragon, Pheonix, and Farmer: A Highly Decorated Qin Excavated from Jiuliandun

   Yang Yuanzheng

Signs, Clues and Traces: Anticipation in Ancient Chinese Political and Military Texts

   Albert Galvany

All Things Flow into Form 凡物流形 and the “One” in the Laozi

   Franklin Perkins


Anne P. Underhill, ed., A Companion to Chinese Archaeology

   Brian Lander

Wang Haicheng, Writing and the Ancient State: Early China in Comparative Perspective

   Rens Krijgsman

+ Book Notices, Annual Bibliography, and Dissertation Abstracts

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