1. Introduction; Part I. Three Perspectives on the Authenticity of the Ch'un-ch'iu fan-lu: 2. A biography of Tung Chung-shu; 3. A history of Tung Chung-shu's literary corpus; 4. The authorship of the Ch'un-ch'iu fan-lu; Part II. Exegesis and Canonization: 5. The Spring and Autumn and Kung-yang tradition; 6. Reforming the Ch'in laws; 7. The wider circle of Han jurisprudence; 8. Refashioning the imperial rites; 9. Canon, cosmos, and court patronage; 10. Conclusion; Part III. Appendices: Appendix 1. The birth and death dates of Tung Chung-shu; Appendix 2. The dates of the Han-shu 56 memorials; Appendix 3. Han transmission of Kung-yang learning; Appendix 4. Han dynasty disciples of Tung Chung-shu; Appendix 5. Citations and titles attributed to Tung Chung-shu; Appendix 6. Transmission of Ch'un-ch'iu fan-lu editions.
From Chronicle to Canon: The Hermeneutics of the Spring and Autumn according to Tung Chung-shuby Sarah A. Queen, Denis Twitchett, Patrick Hannan
Pub. Date: 04/28/2003
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Every general account of the development of Chinese thought makes mention of Tung Chung-shu (195-105 bce) as one of the pivotal philosophers of the Han. The Luxuriant Gems of the Spring and Autumn Annals established the first state-sponsored Confucian orthodoxy, and created a view of the ruler and his role in government that was focal in political discussion for two thous and years. The author has carefully scrutinized this text for authenticity, and her book represents the most systematic account yet of Tung Chung-shu's importance in Chinese philosophy and religion.
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