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The Sacred Books of China: The Texts of Confucianism (Part IV: The LI KI, I-X), (The Sacred Books of the East, Volume 27)

by F. Max Muller (Ed.) & James Legge (Tr.)

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Contents Preface Introduction I. THREE DIFFERENT Li KING, OR RITUAL BOOKS, ACKNOWLEDGED IN CHINA. THE Recovery OF THE FIRST TWO, AND Formation OF THE, THIRD, UNDER THE HAN DYNASTY : How Confucius spoke of the Li. How Mencius spoke of them. Now there are three Li King or three Rituals. State of the Li Books at the rise of the Han dynasty. Work of the emperors of Han in recovering the Ancient books. I. Recovery of the i Li. ii. King Hsien of Ho-kien, and his recovery of the Kau Li. iii. Formation of the Li Ki. Council of B.C. 51. Condition in B.C. 26. Hau Bhang and the two Tais. Ma Yung and Kang Hsuan. Zhai Yung and his manusculpt. Li of the Greater Tai. II. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE Chinese CHARACTER CALLED Li MEANING OF THE TITLE Li Ki. VALUE OF THE WORK : Li is a symbol of Religious import, and a symbol for the feeling of propriety. Translation of the title. The value of the Li Ki. The Li Ki as one of the five King. III. BRIEF NOTICES OF THE, DIFFERENT BOOKS WHICH MAKE UP THE COLLECTION : Book 1. Kbu Li 2. Than Kung 3. Wang Kih 4. Yueh Ling 5. Zang-Zze Wan 6. Wan Wang Shih-Zze 7. Li Yun 8. Li Khi 9. Kiao Theh Sang 10. Nei Zeh 11. Yu Zao 12. Ming Thang Wei 13. Sang Fu Hsiao Ki 14. Ta Kwan 15. Shao i 16. Hsio Ki 17. Yo Ki 18. Za Ki 19. Sang Ta Ki 20. Ki Fa 21. Ki i 22. Ki Thung 23. King Kieh 24. Ai Kung Wan 25. Ai Kung-ni Yen Ku 26. Khung-Zze Hsien Ku 27. Fang Ki 28. Kung Yung 29. Piao Ki 30. Zze i 31. Pan Sang 32. Wan Sang 33. Fu Wan 34. Kien Kwan 35. San Nien Wan 36. Shan i 37. Thau Hu 38. Zu Hsing 39. Ta Hsio 40. Kwan i 41. Hwan i 42. Hsiang Yin Kiu i 43. She i 44. Yen i 45. Phing i 46. Sang Fu Sze Kih Book 1. Khu Li or Summary of the Rules of Propriety Sec. A : Part I Part II Part III Part IV Part V Sec. B : Part I Part II Part III 2. The Than Kung Sec. A : Part I Part II Part III Sec. B : Part I Part II Part III Appendix to Book II Plates I-VI 3. The Royal Regulations Sec. A Sec. B Sec. C Sec. D Sec. E 4. Yueh Ling or Proceedings of Government in the Different Months : Sec. A : Part I Part II Part III Sec. B : Part I Part II Part III Supplementary Section Sec. C : Part I Part II Part III Sec. D : Part I Part II Part III 5. The Questions of Zang-Zze Sec. A Sec. B 6. Wan Wang Shih-Zze or King Wan as Son and Heir Sec. A Sec. B 7. The Li Yun or Ceremonial Usages ;-Their Origin, Development, and Intention Sec. A Sec. B Sec. C Sec. D 8. The Li Khi or Rites in the Formation of Character Sec. A Sec. B 9. The Kiao Theh Sang or the Single Victim at the Border Sacrifices Sec. A Sec. B Sec. C 10. The Nei Zeh or the Pattern of the Family Sec. A Sec. B

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Book :
The Sacred Books of China: The Texts of Confucianism (Part IV: The LI KI, I-X), (The Sacred Books of the East, Volume 27)
Book ID :
39007
Author :
F. Max Muller (Ed.) & James Legge (Tr.)
ISBN 13 :
9788120801288
Year of Publication :
2008
Edition :
Reprint
Publisher :
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt Ltd
Binding :
Hardcover
Pages :
498
Size :
15 x 23 cm
Weight :
0.75 kg

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