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Saturday, April 19, 2014

The Huainanzi and Textual Production in Early China 《淮南子》與早期中國的文本生產

Editors: 
Sarah A. Queen & Michael Puett

Publication Year: 
2014

Publisher: 
Brill

Abstract: 

The Han dynasty Huainanzi is a compendium of knowledge covering every subject from self-cultivation, astronomy, and calendrics, to the arts of government. This edited volume follows a multi-disciplinary approach to explore how and why the Huainanzi was produced and how we should interpret the work.

Table of Contents:

Acknowledgements
Foreword
About the Contributors
Introduction - Sarah A. Queen and Michael Puett

PART ONE AUTHORSHIP AND TEXTUAL FORMATION:

1. Root-Branches Structuralism in the Huainanzi - Andrew Meyer
2. Daoist Inner Cultivation Thought and the Textual Structure of the Huainanzi - Harold D. Roth
3. Representations of Confucius in the Huainanzi - Sarah A. Queen
4. Creating a Book and Performing it: The “Yao Lüe” Chapter of the Huainanzi as a Western Han Fu - Martin Kern

PART TWO KNOWLEDGE AND RHETORIC:

5. Tool Metaphors in the Huainanzi and Other Early Texts - John S. Major
6. The Huainanzi’s “Heavenly Patterns” and the Shiji’s “Treatise on the Celestial Offices”: What’s the Difference? - David W. Pankenier
7. A Note on Logical Connectives in the Huainanzi - Michael Nylan

PART THREE AUDIENCE AND RECEPTION:

8. Sages, Creation, and the End of History in the Huainanzi
       《淮南子》中聖人,創造與歷史的終結 - Michael Puett
9. The Liu Clan’s ‘Flesh and Bone’: The Foundation of Liu An’s Vision of Empire 
     劉氏骨肉: 劉安帝國觀的基礎- Judson B. Murray
10. The Discourse about Lords (Zhuhou) in the Huainanzi 《淮南子》諸侯論
       - Griet Vankeerberghen 
11. Breaking through Heaven’s Glass Ceiling: The Significance of the Commoner Woman of Qi in the “Lan Ming” Chapter of the Huananzi - Anne Behnke Kinney

References
Index of Terms




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