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Lu Hsiang-shan

Siu-chi Huang

Lu Hsiang-shan

a twelfth century Chinese idealist philosopher.

by Siu-chi Huang

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Published by American Oriental Society in New Haven .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lu, Chiu-yüan, -- 1139-1193,
  • Philosophy, Chinese

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesAmerican Oriental series, Vol. 27
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[iii], 116 p. diag.
    Number of Pages116
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15263666M


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Genre/Form: Lu, Hsiang-Shan: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Huang, Siu-chi, Lu Hsiang shan. New Haven, Conn., American Oriental Society, The following pages attempt to examine Lu Hsiang-shan's reaction against the existing philosophy of his time and his advocacy of a form of monistic idealism which in the course of the past several centuries has been regarded as on of the most influential types of thought in Chinese by: 8.

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Lu Hsiang-Shan: A Twelfth Century Chinese Idealist PhilosopherCited by: 8. Lu Chiu-yuan () was a Chinese thinker, public official, and man of letters. He is regarded as the representative of the idealistic wing, as distinct from the rationalistic wing, of Sung-dynasty Neo-Confucianism.

Lu Chiu-yuan, better known in China by his literary name as Lu Hsiang-shan, had a remarkably original mind which was noticeable from.

Summary: Lu Xiangshan (Lu Hsiang-Shan 陸象山; Lu Jiuyuan陸九淵, ) is most famous for his philosophical disagreement with Zhu Xi, which led to the Lu Hsiang-shan book of the school of the heart/mind (xingxue 心學) founded by Wang and his brother met up with Zhu Xi at the Goose Lake and later exchanged numerous letters, which became more and more heated.

Lu Hsiang-Shan 作者: Hsiu-Chi Huang 出版社: Hyperion Pr 副标题: A 12th Century Chinese Idealist Philosopher (China Studies (Westport, Conn.).) 出版年: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: Author: Hsiu-Chi Huang. Huang's book analyzes the major Neo-Confucian philosophers from the eleventh to the sixteenth centuries.

Focusing on metaphysical, epistemological, and ethical philosophical issues, this study presents the historical development of the Neo-Confucian school, an outgrowth of ancient Confucianism, and characterizes its thought, background, and influence.

Works by Lu may be found in the typescript The Philosophy of Lu Hsiang-shan, a Neo-Confucian Monistic Idealist, translated by L.

Cady in 2 volumes (New York: Union Theological Seminary, ), which also contains discussion. Chan, Wing-tsit. A Source Book in Chinese Philosophy.

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A Source Book in Chinese Philosophy is a milestone along the complex and difficult road to significant understanding by Westerners of the Asian peoples and a monumental contribution to the cause of philosophy. It is the first anthology of Chinese philosophy to cover its entire historical development.

It provides substantial selections from all the great thinkers and schools in every 4/5(5). Quotes from Lu Xiangshan (Lu Hsiang Shan) ( The Four Beginnings (of humanity, righteousness, propriety, and wisdom) are all originally present in the self. Nothing need be added from the outside.

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Lu Hsiang-Shan by Siu Chi Huang,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The rationalistic tendency in Ch'eng I -- (1) "A Treatise on What Yen Tzu Loved to Learn" -- (2) "Letters in Reply to Yang Shih's Letter on the Western Inscription," -- Selected sayings -- The unity of mind and principle in Lu Hsiang-shan -- Pages: Chu Hsi Versus Lu Hsiang-Shan: A Philosophical Interpretation.

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Thank you for your patience. Brand: Philosophical Library/Open Road. Non-ultimate. One of the famous debates between Chu Hsi and Lu Hsiang-shan (Lu Chiu-yUan, 1 ) was over this idea.

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This book explains the general intellectual climate of the early Ch'ing period, and the political and cultural characteristics of the Ch'ing regime at the time. Professor Huang brings to life the book's central characters, Li Fu and the three great emperors he served: K'ang-hsi, Yung-cheng Price: $ Lu Hsiang-shan: A Twelfth Century Chinese Idealist Philosopher.

New Haven, CN: American Oriental Society. New Haven, CN: American Oriental Society. (A dated but still important study, containing both translation and analysis.)Cited by: 2.

Lu Hsiang-shan () originated a school of philosophy boldly developed from the Neo-Confucianist one of the Sung Dynasty (). His teaching, a Monistic Idealism, reached its culmination with Wang Yang-ming (), who expounded and developed it.

The book thus could work well as a collection of focused pieces on these scholars, although to use it in this way would be to miss its point. His analysis in chapter 9 of the long exchange of letters between Chu Hsi and Lu Chiu-yüan (Lu Hsiang-shan).

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Chao Lun Su by monk Hui-ta. Book of Chuang Tzu chap External Things. 33, Sung Yuan Hsueh An (Writings of Sung and Yuan Philosophers), Ch'eng Hao. Lu Hsiang-shan Ch'uan Chi (Complete Works of Lu Hsiang-shan), Records Conversations of Hsiang-shan.

36, Wang. (7) In Chu Hsi's debate with Lu Hsiang-shan on T'ai-chi (the Great Ultimate), the former made it clear that he did not mind that some of the ideas and terms might have been borrowed from Taoism or Buddhism, the two traditions he rejected for philosophical reasons.

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The /5(5). Lu Hsiang-shan / Lu Xiangshan. 陸象山 (also called Lu Chiu-yüan / Lu Jiuyüan陸九淵: ): Debated Chu Hsi at the Goose Lake Temple (). Denounced as “crypto-Buddhist” by Chu. Followed Ch'eng Hao: the human heart/mind. is "the Tao heart/mind." Regarded as founder of the lesser-known “Lu-Wang.

陸王.Yi Hwang. Yi Hwang (), Yi-dynasty philosopher, poet, scholar, and educator, was one of the greatest Korean Confucian philosophers, famous for his comprehensive studies of the great Sung Neo-Confucian philosopher Chu Hsi. Yi Hwang, whose literary appellation was T'oegye (Stream Hermit), was the youngest son of scholar Yi Sik, who died seven months after Yi .China Review International: Vol.

4, No. 2, Fall Chin-shing Huang. Philosophy, Philology, and Politics in Eighteenth-Century China: Li Fu and the Lu-Wang School under the Ch'ing. Cambridge Studies in Chinese History, Literature, and Institutions Series, vol.

Cambridge, New York, and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, xviii, pp. Hardcover, isbn 0 .