The Analects Is A Compendium Of The Sayings Of Confucius Bce , Transcribed And Passed Down By His Disciples How It Came To Be Transformed By Zhu Xi Into One Of The Most Philosophically Significant Texts In The Confucian Tradition Is The Subject Of This BookScholarly Attention In China Had Long Been Devoted To The Analects By The Time Of Zhu Xi, A Rich History Of Commentary Had Grown Up Around It But Zhu, Claiming That The Analects Was One Of The Authoritative Texts In The Canon And Should Be Read Before All Others, Gave It A Still Privileged Status In The Tradition He Spent Decades Preparing An Extended Interlinear Commentary On It Sustained By A Newer, Elaborate Language Of Metaphysics, Zhu S Commentary On The Analects Marked A Significant Shift In The Philosophical Orientation Of Confucianism A Shift That Redefined The Confucian Tradition For The Next Eight Centuries, Not Only In China, But In Japan And Korea WellGardner S Translations And Analysis Of Zhu Xi S Commentary On The Analects Show One Of China S Great Thinkers In An Interesting And Complex Act Of Philosophical Negotiation Through An Interlinear, Line By Line Dialogue With Confucius, Zhu Effected A Reconciliation Of The Teachings Of The Master, Commentary By Later Exegetes, And Contemporary Philosophical Concerns Of Song Dynasty Scholars By Comparing Zhu S Reading Of The Analects With The Earlier Standard Reading By He Yan , Gardner Illuminates What Is Dramatically New In Zhu Xi S Interpretation Of The Analects A Pioneering Study Of Zhu Xi S Reading Of The Analects, This Book Demonstrates How Commentary Is Both Informed By A Text And Informs Future Readings, And Highlights The Importance Of Interlinear Commentary As A Genre In Chinese Philosophy
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- Zhu Xi's Reading of the Analects: Canon, Commentary, and the Classical Tradition (Asian Studies)
- Daniel K. Gardner
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