Zhang Zai - Research Article from Encyclopedia of Religion

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Confucianism; Qi; Ren and Yi; Taiji.

Bibliography

The thought of Zhang Zai is introduced with a translation of the Western Inscription as well as of his other major work, Correcting Youthful Ignorance, in A Source Book in Chinese Philosophy, translated by Wing-tsit Chan (Princeton, 1963), pp. 495–517, and Sources of Chinese Tradition from Earliest times to 1600, 2d ed., compiled by Wm. Theodore de Bary and Irene Bloom (New York, 1999), vol. 1, pp. 682–689. Selections from Zhang Zai's writings are included in the major anthology of Song dynasty Neo-Confucianism compiled by Zhu Xi and Lü Zu-qian, translated into English by Wing-tsit Chan as Reflections on Things at Hand (New York, 1967). Discussions of Zhang Zai's thought may be found in Fung Yu-lan's A History of Chinese Philosophy, 2d ed., vol. 2, The Period of Classical Learning, translated by Derk Bodde (Princeton, 1953), pp. 477–498, and in Carsun Chang's The Development...

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