Luxuriant Dew of the Spring and Autumn Annals
The Luxuriant Dew of the Spring and Autumn Annals (Chinese: 春秋繁露; pinyin: Chūnqiū Fánlù; Wade–Giles: Ch'unch'iu Fanlou) is one of the works attributed to Dong Zhongshu that has survived to the present, though its compilation might have continued past his lifetime into the 4th century. It is 82 chapters long and about 72,000 words, although 3 of the chapters within the present text have been lost, and there is considerable textual confusion in other chapters. In its current form, the book deals with topics such as the five elements and their relation to politics. One of the chapters in this book presents the concept of the "source" (元), which became important to later Neo-Confucianism.

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eBook available for $13.50. Click HERE for more information. "The intellectual contributions of the Han (206 BCE-CE 220) have for too long received short shrift in introductory anthologies of Chinese thought. It was during the Han's unprecedented centuries-long unification of China that a canon of classical texts emerged, syncretic and scholastic trends transformed the legacy of pre-imperial philosophy, and popular religious movements shook official verities. With Mark Csikszentmihalyi's collection, readers at last have an accessible, eclectic introduction to the key themes of thought during this crucial period. Providing clear introductory essays and elegant, readable translations, Csikszentmihalyi exercises a judicious revisionism by breaking down stereotypes of philosophical orthodoxy and offering a subtler vision of cross-fertilization in thought. 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TABLE OF CONTENTS:Foreword.Introduction.Ethics and Statecraft1. Self-Cultivation and Education 1.1 Dong Zhongshu, "An In-Depth Investigation into Names," Luxuriant Dew of the Spring and Autumn Annals 1.2 Jia Yi, "Protecting and Tutoring," History of the Han 1.3 Yang Xiong, "Putting Learning into Action," Model Sayings2. Law and Punishment 2.1 "A Case of Evidence Obtained through Torture," the Legal Precedents 2.2 Jia Yi, from "The Platform Steps," History of the Han 2.3 "Punishment and Virtue," Discourses on Salt and Iron 2.4 Cui Shi, "Memorial on Virtue and Punishment," History of the Latter Han3. Governing by Nonaction 3.1 Lu Jia, "Nonaction," New Discussions 3.2 Chao Cuo, "Responses to an Imperial Edict," History of the Han 3.3 "Responses to the Way," Masters of HuainanKnowledge4. The Way 4.1 Lu Jia, "The Basis of the Way," New Discussions 4.2 "Finding the Source of the Way," Masters of Huainan 4.3 Yang Xiong, "Asking about the Way," Model Sayings5. Kongzi 5.1 Master Gongyang, "Year 1 of the Reign of Duke Yin of Lu," Gongyang Commentary to the Spring and Autumn Annals 5.2 Sima Qian, "The Hereditary House of Kongzi," Records of the Historian 5.3 Wang Chong, "Asking Questions about Kongzi," Balanced Discussions6. Laozi 6.1 Sima Qian, "Laozi's Biography," Records of the Historian 6.2 Bian Shao, "The Laozi Inscription" 6.3 Xiang Kai, "Memorial to Emperor Huan," History of the Latter HanThe Natural World7. Demons and Spirits 7.1 "Far-Reaching Discussions," Masters of Huainan 7.2 Liu Xiang, from "Discriminating Things," Garden of Persuasions 7.3 Wang Chong, "Revising Demons," Balanced Discussions8. Death and Transcendence 8.1 Ban Gu, "Traditions Surrounding Yang Wangsun," History of the Han 8.2 Wang Chong, "Falsehoods about the Way," Balanced Discussions 8.3 "Fei Zhi" Stele Inscription9. Protective Talismans 9.1 "Cao Family" Talisman 9.2 "Sanli Village" Talisman 9.3 "Shaojia Drainage" Talisman10. Medicine and Divination 10.1 "Dipper Cloud," in the Miscellaneous Readings of Cosmic Patterns and Pneuma Images 10.2 Dong Zhongshu, "The Meaning of the Five Phases," Luxuriant Dew of the Spring and Autumn Annals 10.3 Sima Qian, "Traditions Surrounding the Diviners of Auspicious Days," Records of the Historian 10.4 "A Discussion of How Pneumas of the Five Organs Model on the Seasons," Basic Questions of the Yellow Emperor's Inner ClassicGlossary of Key Concepts.Translation Sources.Further Readings.Index.
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