Chu Hsi and Neo-Confucianism

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Index
Ron-Guey Chu has rendered valuable assistance in the preparation of the Index.
Academies: in Chien-yang, 525; four leading, 525, 544n; others, 3, 6, 507, 524-525, 533, 544n
Academy regulations (for White Deer Hollow Academy), 586-588, 590
Activity and tranquillity: alternation of, 125- 129, 172, 202; Chou Tun-i on, 283; Chu Hsi on, 300-307; possessed by principle, 98; possessed by T’ai-chi, 95, 97, 100-101, 111. See also “Activity and tranquillity have no beginning”; I-fa; T’ai-chi-t’u shuo; Wei- fa; Yin yang
“Activity and tranquillity have no beginning and yin yang have no starting point”: dis- cussed, 126-129; quoted, 100, 125, 172, 202. See also Activity and tranquillity
Adler, Joseph A., 609
Agam-pramU+101na (The norm of Buddha’s teach- ings), 361
Ai, Duke: asking about Confucius’ pupils, 26; told the ideal way to govern, 329; asking about government, 332
Akta, 422
Amended commentary on the Great Learning: Chu Hsi’s revision, 10; criticized, 15, 540; discussed, 39, 243, 246; quoted, 29, 145- 146, 174, 285, 327-328, 365, 454. See also Huo-jan kuan-t’ung; Ke
American Council of Learned Societies, 6
Ames, Roger, 603
An Hsi, 524
Analects: Chin LU+FC-hsiang’s study of, 540; Chu Hsi’s work on, 419-420, see also Lun-yU+FC chi-chu, Ssu-shu chi-chu; on chung-shu, 443; in the Confucian tradition, 54, 474, see also Four Books; portrayal of Confucius, 36; Confucius standing by a stream, 442; on discipline of the mind, 281; on Heaven, 448; on improving oneself, 483; on jen, 213-214, 222-223, 284, 370-371; com- pared with Li-chi, 313; on four categories of man, 132; nature of, 2, 33; order in the Four Books, 47; original pattern of, 462; as recorded sayings, 35; on spiritual beings, 445; on the superior man’s behavior, 142; on the Way of Heaven, 443
Anselm, 360
Aquinas, Saint Thomas: compared with Chu Hsi, 3, 551; ontology of, 68; period of, 360
Araki Kengo, 379
Aristotle: compared with Chu Hsi, 109-110; investigating the highest principle, 61
Art and Neo-Confucianism, 198
Arts: study of, 236-237; and the Way, 237
Asami Keisai: on Chu Hsi’s theory of knowl- edge, 200; on Chu Hsi’s doctrine of wis- dom, 206; writings of, 218; and Yamazaki, 587
Astronomy, 162
Augustine, 139
Awakening of Faith, The: philosophy of Sinitic MahU+101yU+101na, 384; two-way theory in, 392
Ba Jin. See Pa Chin
Becker, Carl B., 611
Becoming: in the Book of Changes, 61; in Chu Hsi, 159
Being: in the Book of Changes, 61; in Chu Hsi, 159; in Neo-Taoism, 94; in Taoism, 382. See Nonbeing
Benevolence (jen). See Jen
Berthrong, John H., 609
Bette, Emilies, 238, 251n
Black, Alison H., 609
Bloom, Irene, 603
Bol, Peter, 603, 609
Book-learning: Chu Hsi on, 233-234, 245- 246, 286-287; curriculum of, 234-235; and investigation of things, 234; Lu Hsiang- shan on, 247
Book of Ceremonial (I-li): Chu Hsi’s evaluation of, 4, 320-321, 324; Chu Hsi’s remarks on, 318; Chu Hsi’s use of, 312; study of, 313

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