By Amy Olberding (auth.), Amy Olberding (eds.)
This quantity surveys the most important philosophical ideas, arguments, and commitments of the Confucian classic, the Analects. In thematically prepared chapters, prime students offer a close, scholarly creation to the textual content and the sign rules ascribed to its protagonist, Confucius.
The quantity opens with chapters that mirror the most recent scholarship at the disputed origins of the textual content and an outline of the wide commentarial culture it generated. those are by way of chapters that separately discover key components of the text’s philosophical panorama, articulating either the feel of options resembling ren, li, and xiao in addition to their position within the wider area of the textual content. a last part addresses renowned interpretive demanding situations and scholarly disputes in examining the Analects, comparing, for instance, the alignment among the Analects and modern ethical idea and the contested nature of its non secular sensibility.
Dao significant other to the Analects deals a finished and whole survey of the text's philosophical idiom and issues, in addition to its heritage and a few of the liveliest present debates surrounding it. This e-book is a perfect source for either researchers and complicated scholars drawn to gaining higher perception into one of many earliest and such a lot influential Confucian classics.
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Such encomia notwithstanding, Neo-Confucian commentators, in particular, could not overlook that Confucius in the Analects had apparently neglected to discuss fully or define adequately the most profound Neo-Confucian philosophical ideas or metaphysical terms. 13). One of the earliest of their explanations, by the thirdcentury commentator HE Yan 何晏 (d. 4b). Another, posed by ZHU Xi, was that “the Sage [Confucius] taught people the broad outline. He spoke only of filiality, brotherliness, fidelity, and trust, words for daily use and constant practice.