Law and Morality in Ancient China: The Silk Manuscripts of Huang-Lao

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Index
Aesthetic order 206

compared to Huang-Lao33-37, 68, 104-05

compared to pragmatic coherence 113-17

versus logical order 34-35

Allinson, Robert325 n70
Ames, Roger T. xii, 149, 175, 205-06

see also Hall and Ames

apophatic meditation 179, 197-99
Aristotle37-38, 47
Austin, John142-43
Bentham, Jeremy127
Bodde, Derk5, 43-44, 49, 82, 118, 124, 154
Boshu, see Huang-Lao Boshu
causal correlative cosmology 227-29
Chan, Wing-tsit221-22, 224
Chang Leo S.140, 145-46, 149, 153
Chen Guying220
Coherence theory 214

ethical 20-21, 122, 128, 171, 210

law 20, 79, 119

of interpretation 118

vs correspondence theories 21, 107108, 110, 122, 132-33

compliance, see shun
Confucianism 84, 103-137

aesthetic order 104, 106

compared to Daoism 205-06, 224

see also distinguished from Lao Zi, Zhuang Zi

compared to Huang-Lao 3, 47, 76, 81, 133-37, 171

dao as emergent 105, 114

pragmatisim 105-117

tian 42, 120-121

Confucius60

dao 33, 104, 106, 173, 191

ethics 124-26, 171 see also morality of virtue

epistemology 172-75

legal philosophy 25, 76, 118-125, 130, 135-36

politics 126-33

tian42

contrariness, see ni
conventionalism 40-41
correspondence theory 21, 107, 110, 112-13
Creel, Herrlee12, 241
Cua A.S.130, 206
dang (hitting the mark/ correspondence) 60-61, 69, 80
dao

Huang-Lao 32, 35-37, 51-55, 175

cosmic natural order 28, 51-55

rule governed 32, 35

relation to tian 53-55

see also Lao Zi, Zhuang Zi, Confucius

Daoism 4, 37 see Lao Zi, Zhuang Zi
de (virtue, potency, reward) 73, 128, 173, 179, 185-86, 188, 189-90, 203, 211, 220, 238, 301 n14

-375-

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  • Law and Morality in Ancient China *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • I - Introduction 1
  • II - The Natural Way of Huang-Lao 27
  • III - The Socical and Political Philosophy of Huang-Lao 75
  • IV - The Anthropocentric Pragmatism of Confucius 103
  • V - The Pragmatic Statesmanship of Han Fei 139
  • VI - The Daoist Ways of Lao Zi and Zhuang Zi 171
  • VII - The Evolution of Huang-Lao Thought 217
  • VIII - Epilogue 263
  • Appendix - He Guan Zi and Huang-Lao Thought 273
  • Notes 285
  • Bibliography 355
  • Index 375
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