Religious Diversity in Chinese Thought

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P. Schmidt-Leukel, J. Gentz
Springer, Sep 4, 2013 - History - 262 pages
This collection of essays by major scholars analyze the religious diversity in Chinese religion, bringing together topics from traditional and contemporary contexts and Chinese religions' encounters with Western religion.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Part I The Broader Context
15
Part II Perspectives from Premodern China
51
Part III Aspects of the Modern and Contemporary Debate
155
Index of Names
258
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Judith A. Berling, Berkeley, USA Chau Adam Yuet, University of Cambridge, UK Philip Clart, University of Leipzig, Germany Joachim Gentz, University of Edinburgh, UK Barend Ter Haar, University of Leiden, the Netherlands Livia Kohn, Boston University, USA Lai Pan-Chiu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Liu Peng, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China Murata Sachiko, State University of New York, USA Rebecca Nedostup, Boston College, USA Shi Zhiru, Pomona College, Claremont, USA Matteo Nicolini-Zani, University of Venice, Monastery of Bose, Magnano, Italy Gregor Paul, University of Karlsruhe, German China Association Perry Schmidt-Leukel, University of Münster, Germany Nicolas Standaert, University of Leuven, Belgium Wang Zhicheng, Zhejiang University Hangzhou, China Robert Weller, Boston University, USA Yao Xinzhong, Kings College London, UK

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