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Most studies of either Daoist influences and features or love and romance in Yuan drama concentrate on the male-dominated theme of deliverance ( dutuo ) or center on the “scholar-beauty” or “scholar-courtesan” romantic relationship, with little attention given to Daoist women involved in love...
This article argues for a reconsideration of how we categorize individual attempts at sanjiao heyi -style syntheses and characterize the broader late sixteenth-century milieu that nourished such attempts. In Zeng Zheng Kunyan bieyan 贈鄭昆嚴別言 ( Parting Words for Zheng Kunyan ), Huang Hui 黃輝...
This article takes the management of provincial finance during the years (1746–1748) of the Qianlong emperor’s first universal tax remission as a window through which to peer inquisitively at the fiscal system of the high-Qing era. How did that system work at provincial level, and how can we use...
This article questions the widely held assumption that the received Mengzi ( Mencius ) was composed by an author or authors familiar with the Lunyu ( Analects ). After reviewing the history of the association between Kongzi (Confucius) and Mengzi and between the Lunyu and Mengzi , it summarizes...
It is well known that the three bundles of bamboo strips found at Guōdiàn containing versions of materials appearing in the Lǎozǐ included no passages from the last fifteen chapters of the received text. This article examines closely those final fifteen chapters, arguing that they articulate a...
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