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Publication of volume: Masters of Disguise? – Conceptions and Misconceptions of ‘Rhetoric’ in Chinese Antiquity

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The volume Masters of Disguise? – Conceptions and Misconceptions of ‘Rhetoric’ in Chinese Antiquity, edited by Wolfgang Behr and Lisa Indraccolo, has recently been published in a special issue of Asiatische Studien/ Études Asiatiques.

It can be accessed through http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/asia.2014.68.issue-4/issue-files/asia.2014.68.issue-4.xml for those who have access to DeGruyter online, and the contents page & introduction of the volume can be found under https://uzh.academia.edu/WolfgangBehr/Books.

A plaintext version of the contents follows below.

ASIATISCHE STUDIEN
ÉTUDES ASIATIQUES
2014 · VOLUME 68 · NUMBER 4

Special Issue: Masters of Disguise? – Conceptions and
Misconceptions of ‘Rhetoric’ in Chinese Antiquity
Edited by Wolfgang Behr and Lisa Indraccolo

Lisa Indraccolo and Wolfgang Behr
Introduction…………………………………. 889

Aufsätze – Articles – Articles

Øivind Andersen
A sidelong glance…………………………….. 915

Ralph Weber
On comparative approaches to rhetoric in ancient
China ………………………………………. 925

Dirk Meyer
The art of narrative and the rhetoric of persuasion in
the “*Jīn Téng” (Metal Bound Casket) from the Tsinghua
collection of manuscripts …………………….. 937

Lukáš Zádrapa
A weapon in the battle of definitions: a special
rhetorical strategy in Hánfēizǐ ………………… 969

Joachim Gentz
Rhetoric as the Art of Listening: Concepts of
Persuasion in the First Eleven Chapters of the
Guiguzi ……………………………………. 1001

Matthias L. Richter
Handling a double-edged sword: Controlling rhetoric
in early China ……………………………..  1021

Christian Schwermann
Rhetorical functions of quotations in late pre-
imperial and early imperial memorials on questions
of civilian-military leadership ………………. 1069

Attilio Andreini
The Yang Mo 楊墨 dualism and the rhetorical
construction of heterodoxy …………………… 1115

Oliver Weingarten
The sage as teacher and source of knowledge:
editorial strategies and formulaic utterances in
Confucius dialogues …………………………. 1175

Michael Nylan
On the antique rhetoric of friendship …………. 1225

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