Heterodoxy in Late Imperial China

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Kwang-Ching Liu, Richard Hon-Chun Shek
University of Hawaii Press, 2004 - History - 523 pages
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Ten international academics explore heterodoxy dissent challenging the beliefs and meanings of the established norm in late Imperial China. In this process, they trace the origins of the cultural and intellectual protests to aspects of Daoism and Buddhism in the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911)
 

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Contents

The Triads and Their Ideology Up to
9
Eschatology KwangChing Liu and Richard Shek
29
The Heterodoxy of Buddhism
73
The Origins of Ming Buddhist Schism Whahn W Lai
109
The Loyal and Filial Sect
139
A Case Study of the Cult
172
Shamanism in the Eyes of Ming and Qing Elites
209
ETERNAL MOTHER RELIGION
242
Wenhsiung Hsu
323
The Heaven and Earth Society in the Nineteenth
354
An Interpretation David Faure
365
The Taipings in Chinese Sectarian Perspective
393
Popular and Elite Heterodoxy Toward
431
THE TWENTIETHCENTURY PERSPECTIVE 463
477
GLOSSARY
491
CONTRIBUTORS 507
509

Religion and Politics in the White Lotus Rebellion
281

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