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Emotion and Reason:

Collected Studies on Emotional Confucianism and

Neo-Rationalistic Confucianism

Contents

 

 

Preface. Being, Emotion and Spiritual States: A Comprehension of Meng Pei-yuan’s ThoughtsHuang Yu-shun

Part One: Studies on Feng You-lan’s Thoughts

I. Feng You-lan’s Theory of Emotion

§ Reason and Emotion: Rereading of Six Books of Zhen-yuan and Ferrying South: A CollectionMeng Pei-yuan

§ The Emotional and the Emotionless: Feng You-lan’s Discussion on EmotionChen Lai

II. Feng You-lan’s Neo-Rationalistic Confucianism

§ Being and Spiritual StatesYang Guo-rong

§ Feng You-lan’s Neo-Rationalistic Confucianism as A Development of Cheng-Zhu’s Rationalistic ConfucianismCai Fang-lu

III. Feng You-lan’s Thoughts of History of Chinese Philosophy

§ A Criticism to Feng You-lan’s ‘Summary’ of the History of Chinese PhilosophyMeng Pei-yuan

IV. Feng You-lan’s Outlook on Culture

§ Old Nation and New Mission: Feng You-lan’s Cultural Feelings and Views of CultureLi Cun-shan

Part Two: Studies on Meng Pei-yuan’s Thoughts

I. Meng Pei-yuan’s Emotional Confucianism

§ From Logical Reason to Emotional Reason: Meng Pei-yuan’s Succession and Development to Feng You-lan’s ThoughtsDing Wei-xiang

§ On Spiritual States and Emotion ---- A Direction of Modern Confucianism: From Feng You-lan to Meng Pei-yuanPeng Hua

§ An Existential Horizon of Confucianism: On Mr. Meng Pei-yuan’s Emotion and ReasonHuang Yu-shun

§ A Reversion to Confucian Metaphysics: A Review of Meng Pei-yuan’s ‘Emotional Confucianism’Cui Fa-zhan

§ A Creative Transformation of Hermeneutic Angle of Confucianism: On Mr. Meng Pei-yuan’s Emotional ConfucianismHe Shan-meng

II. Meng Pei-yuan’s Philosophy of Mind

§ The Spiritual States of Mind as a Transcendental Explanation of Chinese Philosophy: A Review of Meng Pei-yuan’s The Transcendence and Spiritual States of MindHuang Yu-shun

§ Our Feelings and Our Circumstances: National and Universal ---- A Review of The Transcendence and Spiritual States of MindRen Wen-li

III. Meng Pei-yuan’s Eco-Confucianism

§ Benevolence Out of Oneness of Heaven, Earth and All Things: On Mr. Meng Pei-yuan’s Emotional Eco-ConfucianismSong Da-qi

IV. Meng Pei-yuan’s Thoughts of History of Chinese Philosophy

§ ‘Bottle’ and ‘Wine’: The Tension in Feng You-lan’s Constructing ‘The History of Chinese Philosophy’ and Meng Pei-yuan’s SolutionLi Xiao-yu

Part Three: Some Research Papers of Meng’s Disciples

§ Canon and Awakening : Wang Yangming’s Playing at Yi-ching’ and ‘Awakening to the Tao at Longchang’Ren Wen-li

§ Pursuing the Present Existence of ConfucianismYu Zhi-ping

§ Benevolence in the Dimensions of Reason and EmotionXie Han-feng

§ Preliminary Study of Cheng Ming-dao’s Identifying the BenevolenceZhu Xue-fang

§ A Comparative Research to the Meaning of The Qian Divinatory Symbols in Current Text and Silk BookLiu Zhen

§ On Cheng-Zhu’s Basic Train of Thouht on Theory of Rites and LawsSong Da-qi

§ Confucianism and Life: The Question of Nationality and Modernity ---- Life-Confucianism as an Effort to ReviveHuang Yu-shun

Appendix I. Notes to Interview With Mr. Meng Pei-yuan

§ Mind and Spiritual States: An Interview With Research Fellow Meng Pei-yuanGan Chun-song

§ Understanding and Transcendence: Meng Pei-yuan’s Answering VistorZhao Ru-ming

§ Emotional Experiences and Chinese Philosophy: An Interview With Research Fellow Meng Pei-yuanCheng Zhao-wen

Appendix II. Relative References to Meng Pei-yuan

§ My Life in Chinese Philosophy StudyMeng Pei-yuan

§ A Catalogue of Meng Pei-yuan’s WorksRen Wen-li

Postscript

 

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