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Japan and the Culture of the Four Seasons: Nature, Literature, and the Arts by Haruo Shirane (review)

Japan and the Culture of the Four Seasons: Nature, Literature, and the Arts by Haruo Shirane... pp. 3­40; Shigushan Kaogudui , "Shanxi Baoji Shigushan Xi Zhou muzang fajue jianbao" , Wenwu , 2013.2 [February 2013], pp. 4­54 (esp. Tomb No. 3). For an early, eighth-century b.c.e. example of actual spatial segregation by way of a partition wall that, in fact, predates the alleged ideological change by roughly three centuries, see Henan Xinyang Diqu Wenguanhui and Guangshan Xian Wenguanhui , "Chunqiu zaoqi Huang Junmeng fufu mu fajue baogao" , Kaogu , 1984.4 [April 1984], pp. 302­332, 348. 6 ­ For the respective bibliographic references, see note 2 above. 7 ­ For references to the respective excavation reports as well as a brief discussion of the silk banners found at Yinqueshan and Jinqueshan, see Annette Kieser, "Das Gräberfeld von Linyi, Provinz Shandong," in Tradition und Wandel: Untersuchungen zu Gräberfeldern der Westlichen Han-Zeit (206 v. Chr­9 n. Chr.), ed. Margarete Prüch and Annette Kieser, Forschungen zur Archäologie Außereuropäischer Kulturen, Band 4 (Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag, 2006), pp. 100­204, esp. pp. 127­129. 8 ­ Kenneth Brashier, "Han Thanatology and the Division of `Souls,' " Early China 21 (1996): 125­158. 9 ­ A similar argument has recently been made by Kenneth Brashier. See his Ancestral Memory in Ancient China (Cambridge, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Philosophy East and West University of Hawai'I Press

Japan and the Culture of the Four Seasons: Nature, Literature, and the Arts by Haruo Shirane (review)

Philosophy East and West , Volume 64 (4) – Nov 5, 2014

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pp. 3­40; Shigushan Kaogudui , "Shanxi Baoji Shigushan Xi Zhou muzang fajue jianbao" , Wenwu , 2013.2 [February 2013], pp. 4­54 (esp. Tomb No. 3). For an early, eighth-century b.c.e. example of actual spatial segregation by way of a partition wall that, in fact, predates the alleged ideological change by roughly three centuries, see Henan Xinyang Diqu Wenguanhui and Guangshan Xian Wenguanhui , "Chunqiu zaoqi Huang Junmeng fufu mu fajue baogao" , Kaogu , 1984.4 [April 1984], pp. 302­332, 348. 6 ­ For the respective bibliographic references, see note 2 above. 7 ­ For references to the respective excavation reports as well as a brief discussion of the silk banners found at Yinqueshan and Jinqueshan, see Annette Kieser, "Das Gräberfeld von Linyi, Provinz Shandong," in Tradition und Wandel: Untersuchungen zu Gräberfeldern der Westlichen Han-Zeit (206 v. Chr­9 n. Chr.), ed. Margarete Prüch and Annette Kieser, Forschungen zur Archäologie Außereuropäischer Kulturen, Band 4 (Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag, 2006), pp. 100­204, esp. pp. 127­129. 8 ­ Kenneth Brashier, "Han Thanatology and the Division of `Souls,' " Early China 21 (1996): 125­158. 9 ­ A similar argument has recently been made by Kenneth Brashier. See his Ancestral Memory in Ancient China (Cambridge,

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