Readings of Chinese Culture Series: Academics II

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Table of Contents
Chapter One Evolution of the Principlism: Historical Prerequisite for the Formation of Mindology
1. Nature is Principle, and Others: Intensification of Metaphysical Noumenon
2. Lu Jiuyuan: Tension between Mind and Principle
3. Wavering between the Theories of Zhu Xi and Lu Jiuyuan

Chapter Two Records of the Instructions and Reviews and Wang Yangming's Mindology
1. From Records of the Instructions and Reviews to The Complete Works of Yangming
2. Reconstruction of Mind-Body
3. Mind and Thing
4. Innate Knowledge as Moral Nature
5. Distinction between Community and Self
6. To Attain Innate Knowledge
7. Unity of Knowledge and Action

Chapter Three Mindology and Thoughts in the Late Ming Dynasty
1. The Taizhou Sect
2. The Theory of Child-Mind and the Principle of Individual
3. Return to Nature-Noumenon
4. Unfoldment of the Theory of Attaining Innate Knowledge
5. The Donglin Sect and Mindology

Chapter Four Mindology at the Turn of the Ming and Qing Dynasties
1. What Effort Attains Is Noumenon
2. Distinction between the Individual and the Whole

Chapter Five Reverberations of Mindology in the Modern Times
1. Innate Knowledge and Individuality
2. Innate Knowledge and Intuition
3. Mind-Power and Will-Desire
4. Unity of Knowledge and Action, and Oneness of Nature and
I. Bibliography
II. Glossary
Readings of Chinese Culture Series: Academics II