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

ToC, Early China, Volume 41 (2018)

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TOC, Early China, Volume 41 (2018)

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Articles

HISTORY AS FUTURE—TIME, PREDICTION, AND HISTORICAL NARRATIVE IN THE ZUO ZHUAN

Piotr Gibas

POETRY, “THE METAL-BOUND COFFER,” AND THE DUKE OF ZHOU

Kuan-yun Huang

THE ZHOU XUN 周訓 AND “ELEVATING THE WORTHY” (SHANG XIAN 尚賢)

Andrej Fech

SACRIFICE VS. SUSTENANCE: FOOD AS A BURIAL GOOD IN LATE PRE-IMPERIAL AND EARLY IMPERIAL CHINESE TOMBS AND ITS RELATION FUNERARY RITES

Armin Selbitschka

SINGLE- AND MULTI-PIECE MANUSCRIPTS IN EARLY IMPERIAL CHINA: ON THE BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE OF A TERMINOLOGICAL DISTINCTION

Thies Staack

OVERGROWN COURTYARDS AND TILLED FIELDS: IMAGE-BASED DEBATES ON GOVERNANCE AND BODY POLITICS IN THE MENGZI, ZHUANGZI, AND HUAINANZI

Tobias Benedikt Zürn

WANTON GODDESSES TO UNSPOKEN WORTHIES: GENDERED HERMENEUTICS IN THE CHU CI ZHANGJU

Monica E. M. Zikpi

IDENTIFYING THE TEXTUAL SOURCES OF SHI JI: REVIEWING PAST RESEARCH FOR A MORE ENCOMPASSING METHODOLOGY

Trever McKay

Research Notes

SHUN 舜 AND THE INTERPRETATION OF EARLY ORTHOGRAPHICAL VARIATION

Jonathan M. Smith

REJOINDER TO JONATHAN SMITH, RESEARCH NOTE ON SHUN 舜

Adam D. Smith

Review Article

CHEN WEI 陳偉 (ed.), QIN JIANDU YANJIU 秦簡牘研究 (RESEARCH ON QIN STRIPS) FIVE VOLUME BOOK SERIES: A REVIEW ARTICLE

Christopher J. Foster

Exhibition Review

NEW EXHIBITION EXAMINES THE SOCIAL LIFE OF BRONZES THROUGH THE CENTURIES

Martin Powers

Obituaries, Book Reviews, and Bibliography available on Cambridge Core

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