TOC: Journal of Chinese Studies  no. 73 July 2021

中國文化研究所  Institute of Chinese Studies

中國文化研究所學報73 20217

Journal of Chinese Studies  no. 73 July 2021

【論 文 Articles】

  1. 許起山 論宋高宗朝後期的科舉及政局
  2. Ya Zuo Male Tears in Song China (960–1279)
  3. 張錦少 北京大學所藏高郵王氏手稿的流布與現狀考實
  4. 陸駿元 章太炎《左傳》研究之轉變——基於魏三體石經之啟發

【書 評 Book Reviews】

  1. T. H. Barrett, Women in Tang China. By Bret Hinsch.
  2. Wing-cheuk Chan, Xiong Shili’s Understanding of Reality and Function, 1920–1937. By Yu Sang.
  3. Karl-Heinz Pohl, Becoming Human: Li Zehou’s Ethics. By Jana S. Rošker.
  4. Morris Rossabi, Tea War: A History of Capitalism in China and India. By Andrew B. Liu.
  5. Wilt L. Idema, The Lady of Linshui Pacifies Demons: A Seventeenth-Century Novel. Translated by Kristin Ingrid Fryklund. Introduction by Mark Edward Lewis and Brigittez Baptandier. Annotations by Brigitte Baptandier.
  6. Peter Lorge, The Making of Song Dynasty History: Sources and Narratives, 960–1279. By Charles Hartman.
  7. Ellen Widmer, Further Adventures on the Journey to the West. By Master of Silent Whistle Studio.Translated by Qiancheng Li and Robert E. Hegel.
  8. François Gipouloux, Whampoa and the Canton Trade: Life and Death in a Chinese Port, 1700–1842. By Paul A. Van Dyke.
  9. Ann Waltner, Transmutations of Desire: Literature and Rebellion in Late Imperial China. By Li Qiancheng.
  10. Evelyn S. Rawski, Where Dragon Veins Meet: The Kangxi Emperor and  His Estate at Rehe. By Stephen H. Whiteman.
  11. Scott Pearce, China’s Northern Wei Dynasty, 386–535: The Struggle for Legitimacy. By Puning Liu.
  12. Lothar von Falkenhausen, Zhou History Unearthed: The Bamboo Manuscript Xinian and Early Chinese Historiography. By Yuri Pines.
  13. Joseph P. McDermott, Circulating the Code: Print Media and Legal Knowledge in Qing China. By Ting Zhang.
  14. Michael Hunter, Honor and Shame in Early China. By Mark Edward Lewis.

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TOC: Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture Vol. 36

The editors are delighted to announce the publication of Volume 36 of the Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture (JCPC), with the Special Topic: Texts and Contexts: Women in Korean Confucianism, and featuring Professor Hwa Yeong Wang as guest editor.

JCPC is published biannually (in February and August) and welcomes contributions of both articles and book reviews by qualified authors from around the world. The journal is cross-disciplinary in its outlook and presents work from philosophers, anthropologists, psychologists, sociologists, historians, theologians, political scientists as well as other disciplines. JCPC examines the historical, doctrinal, literary, social, and political developments that have formed contemporary versions of Confucianism for the purpose of interpreting and exploring Confucianism from a modern perspective. The Journal is indexed in AtlaSerials, BAS (Bibliography of Asian Studies), MLA Directory of Periodicals, and KCI (Korea Citation Index). The attached file contains the cover and complete table of contents of Volume 34.

The complete volume is available online at our web site: http://jcpc.skku.edu/.

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Special Issue on Buddhist Philosophy: Book Symposium on Why I Am Not a Buddhist by Evan Thompson
From the Editors
“Editors’ Introduction: Buddhist Modernism and Its Discontents,” A. Minh Nguyen and Yarran Hominh
Articles
“Précis of Why I Am Not a Buddhist,” Evan Thompson
“On Pursuing the Dialogue Between Buddhism and Science in Ways That Distort Neither,” Christian Coseru
“On Being a Good Friend to Buddhist Philosophy,” Bronwyn Finnegan
“Buddhism after Buddhist Modernism: Comments on Evan Thompson’s Why I Am Not a Buddhist,” Jonardon Ganeri
“Throwing Out the Buddha with the Offering Water: Comments on Evan Thompson’s Why I Am Not a Buddhist,” Jay L. Garfield
“Free to Be You and Me: Cosmopolitanism, Pluralism, and Buddhist Modernism,” Laura P. Guerrero
“Some Questions for Friends of Buddhism,” Sonam Kachru
“Thompson Is Not a Buddhist, But What about the Rest of Us?,” Constance Kassor
“Deconstructing Buddhist Modernism Without Postmodern Orientalism?,” Abraham Velez de Cea
“Buddhist Modernism: Let’s Be Suspicious But Not Because It Lacks Faith,” Louise Williams
“Replies to Critics,” Evan Thompson

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