Confucianism, Buddhism, Daoism, Christianity and Chinese Culture

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This book includes ten representative essays of Tang Yijie, focusing on cultural interaction among Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and Christianity. It brings up the concept of “harmony in diversity” with profound impact in the field of philosophy at home and abroad.

About the Author
Tang Yijie was a contemporary Chinese philosophy master, Professor of Philosophy at Peking University, the member of Central Research Institute of Culture and History, and dean of Chinese Academy of Culture.
Table of Contents
I An Inquiry into the Possibility of a Third-Phase Development of Confucianism 2
壹 关于儒家思想第三期发展可能性的探讨 3
II Confucianism & Constructive Postmodernism 12
贰 儒学与建构性后现代主义 13
III The Contemporary Significance of Confucianism 34
叁 儒学的现代意义 35
IV Immanence and Transcendence in Chinese Chan Buddhism 88
肆 论禅宗思想中的内在性与超越性 89
V The Origin and Characteristics of Daoism 120
伍 论道教的产生和它的特点 121
VI The Attempt of Matteo Ricci to Link Chinese and Western Cultures 150
陆 论利玛窦汇合东西文化的尝试 151
VII Questions Concerning the Categorical System of Traditional Chinese Philosophy 176
柒 论中国传统哲学范畴体系的诸问题 177
VIII A Reconsideration of the Question of “The True, the Good,
and the Beautiful” in Traditional Chinese Philosophy 224
捌 再论中国传统哲学的真善美问题 225
IX On the Clash and Coexistence of Human Civilizations 266
玖 “文明的冲突”与“文明的共存” 267
X The Coexistence of Cultural Diversity: Sources of the Value of Harmony in Diversity 304
拾 文化的多元共处——“和而不同”的价值资源 305
Notes 318
注释 318
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