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Title Mortality in traditional Chinese thought / edited by Amy Olberding and Philip J. Ivanhoe
Published Albany : State University of New York Press, [2011]
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Description 1 online resource (ix, 313 pages) : illustrations
Series SUNY series in Chinese philosophy and culture
SUNY series in Chinese philosophy and culture.
Contents Preparation for the afterlife in ancient China / Mu-chou Poo -- Ascend to Heaven or stay in the tomb? : paintings in Mawangdui Tomb 1 and the virtual ritual of revival in second-century B.C.E. China / Eugene Y. Wang -- Concepts of death and the afterlife reflected in newly discovered tomb objects and texts from Han China / Jue Guo -- War, death, and ancient Chinese cosmology : thinking through the thickness of culture / Roger T. Ames -- Death and dying in the Analects / Philip J. Ivanhoe -- I know not "seems" : grief for parents in the Analects / Amy Olberding -- Allotment and death in early China / Mark Csikszentmihalyi -- Death in the Zhuangzi : mind, nature, and the art of forgetting / Mark Berkson -- Sages, the past, and the dead : death in the Huainanzi / Michael Puett -- Linji and William James on mortality : two visions of pragmatism / Tao Jiang -- Death as the ultimate concern in the neo-Confucian tradition : Wang Yangming's followers as an example / Guoxiang Peng
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Text in English with some exerpts in Chinese
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Subject Death.
Philosophy, Chinese.
Form Electronic book
Author Ivanhoe, P. J.
Olberding, Amy.
LC no. 2010024677
ISBN 1438435649
1441695443 (electronic bk.)
9781441695444 (electronic bk.)