Pioneer of the Chinese Revolution: Zhang Binglin and Confucianism

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INDEX
In this index an "f" after a number indicates a separate reference on the next page, and an "ff" indicates separate references on the next two pages. A continuous discussion over two or more pages is indicated by a span of page numbers, e.g., "57-59." Passim is used for a cluster of references in close but not consecutive sequence. Entries are alphabetized letter by letter up to the first punctuation mark.
Academy of National Learning, 22- 23, 146
Agriculturalists, 8, 120
Ai, Duke, 104
Ajia rekishi kenkyū nyūmon, xi
Akutagawa Ryūnosuke, 22
Alphabet, national phonetic, 14
American Indians, 82
Analects, 60, 93, 104, 118, 129
Anarchists, 137-41passim
Antiquity, doubts about, 11, 154
Aristocracy, 35
Aristotle, 106
Association for the Confucian Religion, 168
Atheism, 35
Australia, 81-82
Autocracy, monarchic, 39-40
Bakunin, M., 112
Ban Gu, 64, 68, 128
"Baojiao fei suoyi zun Kong lun," 105
Barbarians, 54-55; Zhang Binglin and, 33, 44, 56, 62f, 81, 128, 130
Beijing University, 23
Bentham, Jeremy, 31
Bibliographic science, 91
"Bibliographic Treatise," see under Hanshu
Bismarck, Otto von, 30
Black Emperor, 93, 99, 127
Bodhisattva, 12
"Bo Kang Youwei lun geming shu," 120-21
"Bo Kongjiao jianli yi," 122-33
Bolan fenmie ji, 98
Bourgeois reformism, 102
Boxer Uprising, 4, 17, 108, 114, 149
Bo Yi, 126, 166
Brahmans, 35-36
Britain, 102; democracy model of, 54; and India, 63, 77-82passim; Japan and, 79-82passim; and Australia and Canada, 82
Buddha, 35f
Buddhism, xiii, 3-4, 10-13passim, 94, 109, 167; sects, 11 (see also individual sects); in Zhang Binglin's writings, 16, 24, 28-29, 33-36, 51f, 76f, 113, 123-24, 131, 154-57; Zhang Binglin's readings in, 19, 28-29, 51, 69, 74f; Indian, 35-36, 66, 75, 78, 80, 124; Japan and, 36, 74, 80; Zhang Binglin's lecture on, 72
Byron, G., 80f

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction - Shimada Kenji's Contributions to the Study of East Asian History vii
  • One Zhang Binglin: Traditional Chinese Scholar and Revolutionary 1
  • Two Confucius in the Era of the 1911 Revolution 85
  • Conclusion 139
  • Reference Matter 143
  • Notes 145
  • Character List 170
  • Index 177
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