UGA 2150 English syllabus - Autumn 2007

UGA 2150 English syllabus - Autumn 2007 - UGA 2150B:...

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UGA 2150B: Chinese Culture and Its Philosophies CUHK 1st term, 2007-08 Instructor: Prof. C. Fraser Class time: Thursday, 8:30–10:15 am Office: FKH 430 E-mail: cjfraser@cuhk.edu.hk Location: NAH 11 Languages: English (Putonghua) Course web page: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/UGA2150/ Course Description: An introduction to Confucianism, Mohism, Daoism, and Buddhism aimed at enhancing students’ understanding of the roots of Chinese values and culture. The course will be taught in English and reading assignments will be in English. (Students who read Chinese are encouraged to read the primary sources in Chinese.) The course is organized as a lecture course, but class discussion is welcome and encouraged. Syllabus: Course notes are available under “Files” in the menu at left on the course web page (see the URL above). If you are taking the course, please go to the web page, click “Join This Group,” and sign up for the course group. 1. Introduction: Origins and General Features of Chinese Thought (6/9, 13/9) Core reading: P. J. Ivanhoe and B. Van Norden, eds., Readings in Classical Chinese Philosophy, pp. xi–xvii; “Announcement to the Prince of Kang,” http://cedar.forest.net/hackett/RCCP-princeofkang.htm; “The Announcement of the
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