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Neo-Confucianism in Song Dynasty ৘࿐
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The development of Confucianism 1. The classical period— Xia, Shang and Zhou dynasty (c. 1700-221 BCE) 2. The Han dynasty (206 BCE—200 CE) 3. The Daoist Revival and the Arrival of Buddhism (220-907 CE) 4. The renaissance of the Song Neo-Confucianism; The flowering in the Yuan and Ming dynasties (960-1644 CE) 5. The “Han Studies” or “Evidential Research” movements of the Qing dynasty (1644-1911 CE)
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Confucianism Neo-Confuciansiom Northern Song Southern Song Late Tang Ming Yuan Song Five Masters Zhu and Lu Spring and Autumn Warring States Zhou Han Confucius Meng Zi
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Confucianism Humanity Ritual Loyalty Filial Piety Relationship The Gentleman Rectification of Names
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The poster of a recent movie Confucius
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Neo-Confucianism “Neo-Confucianism” is the name commonly applied to the revival of the various strands of Confucian philosophy and political culture that began in the middle of the 9th Century and reached new levels of intellectual and social creativity in the 11th Century in the Northern Song. Dynasty.
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Origins—Late Tang • Ouyang Xiu and Fan Zhongyan’s works New History of Tang( ྍน඀ ) Comprehensive Mirror Providing Material for Government( ሧᇍ๙࡫ ) • The Five Confucian Classics Classic of Poetry ( Shijing) Classic of History ( Shujing) Classic of Changes ( Yijing) Record of Rites ( Liji) Chronicles of the Spring and Autumn Period ( Chunqiu)
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Neo-Confucianism A Combination of… • Confucianism • Daoism • Buddhism
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Traits, Themes and Motifs Ren as the paramount virtue and marker for all the other virtues such as justice/ yi , ritual action/
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2010 for the course HIS 219 taught by Professor Jackson,g during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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