CULTURAL HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY LIFE

SERIES III. ASIA, VOLUME 3



CONFUCIANISM, BUDDHISM, DAOISM, CHRISTIANITY AND CHINESE CULTURE

by

TANG YI-JIE

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface  

Introduction

Part I. The Structure and Study of Chinese Philosophy

1. Prospects for the Study of the History of Chinese Philosophy, and the Issue of the True, the Good and the Beautiful in China's Traditional Philosophy

 

2. Questions Concerning the Categorical System of Traditional Chinese Philosophy

 

3. New Progress in the Study of the History of Chinese Philosophy

Part II. Confucian Philosophy

 

4. An Inquiry into the Possibility of a Third-phase Development of Confucianism

 

5. The Problem of Harmonious Communities in Ancient China 

 

Part III. Daoist Philosophy

 

6. On the Dao De Jing (Tao Te Ching

 

7. The Origin and Characteristics of Daoism (Taoism) 

8. The Daoist Religion of China

Part IV. Buddhist and Christian Philosophies and Chinese Culture

 

9. The Introduction of Indian Buddhism into China: A Perspective on the Meaning of Studies in Comparative Philosophy and Comparative Religion

 

10. Relationships Between Traditional and Imported Thought and Culture in China: the Importation of Buddhism

 

11. The Attempt of Matteo Ricci to Link Chinese and Western Cultures

Appendices

A. Characteristics of Traditional Chinese Philosophy: An Outline

 

B. Theories of Life and Death in Confucianism, Buddhism, and Daoism (Taoism): An Outline

 

C. The Entry of Indian Buddhism into China: the Merger of Two Cultures: An Outline

 

D. Trends in the Development of Contemporary Chinese Philosophy: An Outline

Acknowledgements

 



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