Purdue University

Confucianism and Spiritual Traditions
in Mondern China and Beyond

Edited by Fenggang Yang and Johseph Tamney

 

Acknowledgments

 

vii

List of Contributors

 

ix

Introduction: Nationalism, Globalization, and Chinese Traditions in the Twenty-Frist Century

Joseph B. TAMNEY Fenggang YANG

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PART I: CONFUCIAN REVIVALISM IN CHINA AND BEYOND:
POTENTIALS AND REALITIES

A Study of the Renaissance of Traditional Confucian Culture in Contemporary China

KANG Xiaoguang

33

Confucian Spirituality in Contemporary China

TU Weiming

75

The Resilience of Confucianism in Chinese Societies

Joseph B. TAMNEY

97

From Beijing to Boston: The Future Contributions of the Globalization of New Confucianism

John BERTHRONG

131

 

 

 

PART II: CONFUCIANISM AND RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY:
PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

The Daoist Encounter with Modernity: Some Issues in the History and Sociology of Daoism in the Modern Era

David A. PALMER

Xun LIU

151

The Modern Significance of Some Basic Concepts in Chinese Buddhism

FANG Litian

175

Indigenization of Imported Religions in China: The Case of Islam and the Hui People

JIAN Zhixiang

MA Rong

201

Protesanism in Modern China as "Foreign Religion" and "Chinese Religion": Autonomy, Independence, and the Constraints of Foreign Hegemony

Daniel H. BAYS

229

Confucianism, Christianity, and Religious Freedom: Debates in the Transformation Period of Mondern China (1900-1920)

LIU Yi

247

Spiritual Accomplishment in Confucianism and Spiritual Transcendence in Christianity

ZHUO Xinping

277

 

 

 

PART III: THE SOCIAL REALITIES OF RITUAL:
FROM EXEGETIC TO ANALYTIC

Confucian Humaneness (Ren) Across Social Barriers

Robert Cummings NEVILLE

295

The Revival of Confucian Rites in Contemporary China

Anna SUN

309

Religion, Ritual, and the Public Good in China

Robert P. WELLER

329

 

 

 

Index

 

351

 

 

 

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