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Digital Anthology


Confucianism    1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5

Daoism    1 , 2

Legalism

Critiques

Chinese History and Philosophy

Printed Anthology of Chinese Philosophy


Chinese Philosophy

  • Chinese Philosophy in Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, by Roger T. Ames, David L. Hall.

    Confucianism

    Confucius (551-479 BCE)
    Text:The Analects
  • Confucian Analects, translated by James Legge.
  • The Analects of Confucius, translated by Arthur Waley.
  • Key characters in the Analects by 8 translators.

    Confucianism

    Mencius (371 - 289 BCE ?)
    Text: Mencius
  • Mencius, translated by James Legge.

    Confucianism

    Text: The Great Learning
  • The Great Learning , translated by James Legge.

    Confucianism

    Text: The Doctrine of the Mean
  • The Doctrine of the Mean, translated by James Legge.

    Daoism

    Lao Tzu (?) / Laozi (?)
    Text: Tao-Te Ching / Dao-De Jing
  • Dao De Jing, translated by D.C Lau

    Daoism

    Chuang Tzu / Zhuang Zi (4 cent. BCE)
    Text: Chuang Tzu / Zhuangzi
    Harpo Marx
    "Where can I find a man who has forgotten words so I can have a word with him?"
    (Zhuangzi, ch. 26)
  • Chuang Tzu, translated by Lin Yu-tang.

    Confucianism

    Hsun Tzu / Xunzi (310-? BCE)
    Text: Hsun Tzu / Xunzi
  • Ch. 6: Contra Twelve Philosophers. In Knoblock, trans. Xunzi, vol. 1.
  • Ch. 17: A Discussion of Heaven. In Watson, trans. Hsun Tzu, Basic Writings.
  • Ch. 19: A Discussion Of Rites. In Watson, trans. Hsun Tzu, Basic Writings.
  • Ch. 20: A Discussion Of Music. In Watson, trans. Hsun Tzu, Basic Writings.
    (A Discussion of Heaven - 17 +A Discussion of Ritual - 19) plus
  • Ch. 33:Human Nature Is Bad, in Patricia Ebrey, Chinese Civilization : A Sourcebook, 2d ed.

    Legalism

    Han Fei Tzu / Han Fei Zi (280?-233 BCE)
    Text: Han Fei Tzu / Han Fei Zi
  • The Five Vermin.
    Eminence in Learning.
    translated by J. Knoblock.
  • Having regulations.
    The two handles.
    W.L. Liao, trans, The Complete Works of Han Fei Tzu.
  • (The way of the Ruler) + The Ten Faults.

    Critiques

  • A Study of Chinese Philosophy in the West - A Bibliographic Introduction, by Karel L. van der Leeuw.

    Chinese History and Philosophy

  • Chapter One, Off to a Good Start.
  • Chapter Two, Classical China.
  • Chapter Three, Early Confucianism (Confucius, Mencius, and Xunzi).
  • Chapter Four, Early Daoism.
  • Chapter Five, Legalism.
  • Chapter Six, The World of Thought in the Han Dynasty (and Later).
  • Chapter Seven, Later Daoism.
  • Chapter Eight, The Middle Dynasties.
  • Chapter Nine, Later Confucianism.
  • Chapter Ten, Late Imperial China.
  • Chapter Eleven, Women & Men in Society.
  • Chapter Twelve, Optional Supplement, Myth, History, Cultural Values, Social Tensions.


    Printed Anthology of Chinese Philosophy

  • Readings in Classical Chinese Philosophy, by Philip J. Ivanhoe (Editor), Bryan W. Van Norden (Editor).
  • A Source Book in Chinese Philosophy, by Chan Wing-Tsit.


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