Zhu Xi - Research Article from Encyclopedia of Religion

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Chinese Religion; Confucianism; Li; Lu Xiangshan; Mengzi; Qi; Ren and Yi; Taiji; Tian; Zhang Zai; Zhou Dunyi.

Bibliography

Wing-tsit Chan's "The Study of Chu Hsi in the West," Journal of Asian Studies 35 (August 1976): 555–577, is a comprehensive survey and a most useful guide. Professor Chan has included translations from Zhu Xi in his A Source Book in Chinese Philosophy (Princeton, 1963) and translated Zhu Xi and Lü Ziqian's anthology of Northern Song neo-Confucianism, the Jinsi lu, under the title Reflections on Things at Hand (New York, 1967). Studies published since the appearance of Professor Chan's article include Journal of Chinese Philosophy 5.2 (June 1978), a special issue on Zhu Xi; Hoyt C. Tillman's Utilitarian Confucianism: Chen Liang's Challenge to Zhu Xi (Cambridge, Mass., 1982); Daniel K. Gardner's meticulous translations and insightful studies: Zhu Xi and the Da-xue (Cambridge, Mass., 1986); Learning to Be a Sage: Selections from the Conversations of...

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