Part /. The Structure and Study of Chinese Philosophy

1. Prospects for the Study of the History of Chinese_5

Philosophy, and the Issue of the True, the Good and the Beautiful in China's Traditional Philosophy

2. Questions Concerning the Categorical System of_\J_

Traditional Chinese Philosophy

3. New Progress in the Study of the History of_39

Chinese Philosophy

Part II. Confucian Philosophy

4. An Inquiry into the Possibility of a Third-phase_5J

Development of Confucianism

5. The Problem of Harmonious Communities in Ancient China 55

Part III. Daoist Philosophy

7. The Origin and Characteristics of Daoism (Taoism)_67

8. The Daoist Religion of China_8]

Part IV. Buddhist and Christian Philosophies and Chinese Culture

9 The Introduction of Indian Buddhism into China:_89

A Perspective on the Meaning of Studies in Comparative Philosophy and Comparative Religion

10. Relationships Between Traditional and Imported_139

Thought and Culture in China: the Importation of Buddhism

11. The Attempt of Matteo Ricci to Link Chinese and_147

Western Cultures


A. Characteristics of Traditional Chinese Philosophy:_161

An Outline

B. Theories of Life and Death in Confucianism,_165

Buddhism, and Daoism (Taoism): An Outline

C. The Entry of Indian Buddhism into China:_169

the Merger of Two Cultures: An Outline

D. Trends in the Development of Contemporary_173

Chinese Philosophy: An Outline



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