Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy (English translation), Translated by Julie Lee Wei

中國哲學十九講 (英譯本), 牟宗三 著, 李珠麗 譯

[Translator’s note: The translation on this website and on https://nineteenlectures.wordpress.com are the only translations on the internet authorized by Julie Lee Wei. The translation was placed on the internet, briefly in 2004, and again in 2014. Recently it has been inaccessible because the server was compromised. It is now placed on the internet once again, although with different pagination. –J. L. Wei., Jan. 2020]

Title page
Foreword
Table of Contents
Author’s Preface
Introduction by Stephen C. Angle, "Mou Zongsan and his Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy"
Translator’s Preface
Acknowledgement
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 1 The Special Character of Chinese Philosophy
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 2 Two Kinds of Truth and the Difference in their Universality
Mou Zongssan, Nineteen Lecturs on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 3 The Emphasis in Chinese Philosophy and the Question of the Origins of the Pre-Qin Philosophers
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 4 The Character of the Confucian System
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 5 The Metaphysics, Xuan Principles, of Daoism
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 6 The Character of the System of Xuan Principles—the Horizontal Discussion of the Vertical
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 7 "The Functional Representation" of Dao
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 8 The Rise and Progress of Legalism
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 9 The Legalists: The Significance of their Political Innovations
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectues on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 10 The Pre-Qin School of Names and Their Thought
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 11 The Principal Issues in Wei-Jin Metaphysics, Xuanxue, and their Metaphysicsl Content and Value
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 12 Non-Mainstream Thought of the Wei, Jin, and Liang Dynasties, and the Philosophical Significance of Buddhist "Dependant-Origin Substance-Empty": A Brief Discussion
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 13 Two Truths and Three Substances: Where Do We Put Science?
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 14 "One Mind Opens Two Doors" in the Awakening of Faith in the Mahayana
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 15 The Meaning of Perfect Teaching in Buddhism
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 16 Analytical Discourse and Non-Analytical Discourse and "Expressing Perfect Teaching"
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 17 Perfect Teaching and the Perfect Good
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 18 An Outline of Song and Ming Confucianism
Mou Zongsan, Nineteen Lectures on Chinese Philosophy, Lecture 19 The Perfection and Ripeness of the Vertical System
Bibliography
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