The Records of Ming Scholars

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The Records
of Ming Scholars

by
Huang Tsung-hsi

A Selected Translation
edited by Julia Ching

with the collaboration of
Chaoying Fang

HAWAI
University of Hawaii Press • Honolulu

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The Records of Ming Scholars
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Records of Ming Scholars *
  • Contributors vi
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Editor's Note xiii
  • Abbreviations xxi
  • Part One - Introduction *
  • I - The Author and the Work 3
  • II - The Philosophical Horizons 12
  • III - Regional Variations 21
  • IV - The Text and the Editions 27
  • V - The Ming-Ju Hsüeh-An and the Sung-Yüan Hsüeh-An 31
  • VI - Conclusion 33
  • Part Two - The Records of Ming Scholars Translation *
  • I - Author's Preface 41
  • II - Author's Introduction 45
  • III - Quotations from Liu Tsung-Chou 49
  • On Ts'Ao Tuan 51
  • On Hsüeh Hsüan 52
  • On Wu Yü-Pi 53
  • On Ch'En Chen-Sheng 54
  • On Chou Hui 54
  • On Ch'En Hsien-Chang 55
  • On Ch'En Hsüan 56
  • On Lo Lun 57
  • On Ts'Ai Ch'Ing 57
  • On Wang Yang-Ming 58
  • On Tsou Shou-Yi 60
  • On Wang Chi 61
  • On Lo Ch'In-Shun 62
  • On Lü Nan 65
  • On Meng Hua-Li, Meng Ch'Iu, and Chang Yüan-Pien 66
  • On Lo Hung-Hsien, Chao Chen-Chi, Wang Shih-Huai, Teng Yi-Tsan 67
  • On Lo Ju-Fang 67
  • On LI Ts'Ai 68
  • On Hsü Fu-Yüan 69
  • IV - The Records 70
  • 1 - The Ch'Ung-Jen School 70
  • Wu Yü-Pi 71
  • Hu Chü-Jen 77
  • 2 - The Po-Sha School 84
  • Ch'En Hsien-Chang 85
  • 3 - The Ho-Tung School 90
  • Hsüeh Hsüan 90
  • 4 - The San-Yüan School 96
  • Wang Shu 96
  • 5 - The Yao-Chiang School 100
  • Wang Shou-Jen 102
  • 6 - The Che-Chung School 107
  • Hsü Ai 109
  • Ch'Ien Te-Hung 111
  • Wang Chi 114
  • 7 - The Chiang-Yu School 118
  • Tsou Shou-Yi 118
  • Ou-Yang Te 121
  • Nieh Pao 127
  • Lo Hung-Hsien 131
  • Hu Chih 136
  • 8 - The Nan-Chung School 139
  • T'Ang Shun-Chih 144
  • 9 - The Ch'U-Chung School 148
  • Chiang Hsin 148
  • 10 - The Northern School 152
  • Mu K'Ung-Hui 153
  • 11 - The School of Yüeh and Min 154
  • Hsüeh K'An 156
  • 12 - The Chih-Hsiu School 160
  • Li Ts'Ai 160
  • 13 - The T'Ai-Chou School 165
  • Wang Ken 173
  • Wang Pi 179
  • Chu Shu 181
  • Han Chen 182
  • Hsü Yüeh 183
  • Lo Ju-Fang 185
  • Keng Ting-Hsiang 191
  • Keng Ting-Li 194
  • Chiao Hung 196
  • Chou Ju-Teng 199
  • 14 - The Kan-Ch'üan School 202
  • Chan Jo-Shui 202
  • Hsü Fu-Yüan 204
  • 15 - The Miscellaneous Scholars 207
  • Fang Hsiao-Ju 208
  • Ts'Ao Tuan 211
  • Lo Ch'In-Shun 213
  • Lü K'Un 218
  • Hao Ching 220
  • 16 - The Tung-Lin School 223
  • Ku Hsien-Ch'Eng 225
  • Kao P'An-Lung 234
  • Sun Shen-Hsing 243
  • Huang Tsun-Su 249
  • 17 - The Chi-Shan School 253
  • Liu Tsung-Chou 255
  • Part Three - Epilogue *
  • Epilogue 267
  • The Schools of Ming Thought According to Huang Tsung-Hsi *
  • Glossary of Technical Terms 277
  • Selected Bibliographies 293
  • Glossary of Transliterations 309
  • Index 329
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