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Monday, December 30, 2013

中国新出資料学の展開―第四回日中学者中国古代史論壇論文集

Editor: 
渡邉義浩 

Publisher: 
汲古書院

Publication Year: 
2013

Table of Contents:

主旨 第四回日中学者中国古代史論壇の開催にあたって(池田知久) 致辞(卜憲群)
全体会


主題報告
一 日本の中國簡帛研究の課題と展望――中國思想史研究を中心にして―― …………… 池田知久
二 新世紀以来中国簡帛研究的基本状況(二〇〇〇~二〇一二年)………卜憲群


基調報告
一 新時代の疑古と釈古 ……………………………… 谷中信一
二 関于秦文書制度的幾個問題 ………………… 陳  偉


分科会Ⅰ(先秦)
一 中国出土資料と宗教研究――禹の治水神話を題材に―― …………… 池澤 優
二 先秦兵学の展開――『銀雀山漢墓竹簡[貮]』を手がかりとして――... 湯浅邦弘
三 「日書」の史料的性格について――質日・視日との関連を中心として―― …… 工藤元男
四 地域・文化概念としての楚の成立――清華簡を手掛かりとして―... 小寺 敦
五 上博楚簡『李頌』の文献的性格(要旨)…………………竹田健二
六 江陵岳山秦牘《日書》研究 ……………………… 劉國勝
七 平壌楽浪地区出土の『論語』竹簡(要旨)…………………… 李成市
討論:司会 近藤浩之 卜憲群  コメント:宇野茂彦


分科会Ⅱ(秦漢)
一 秦の文字統一について ……………………… 大西克也
二 里耶秦簡と出土資料学 ………………………… 藤田勝久
三 出土秦漢戸籍簡的類別及登記内容的演変 ………………… 王彦輝
四 漢簡『蒼頡篇』研究――分章形態を中心として―― ………… 福田哲之
五 天長紀荘漢墓木牘《榬遂致謝孟書》的復原与研究 ……… 鄔文玲
六 馬王堆漢墓帛書《隂陽五行》乙篇の構造と思想 …………… 名和敏光
七 従道徳正義到政治正義――従張家山漢簡《蓋盧》看先秦時代兵家思想的一個側面―― 王啓発
討論:司会 藤田勝久 陳  偉  コメント:佐藤 進


分科会Ⅲ(魏晉南北朝~宋明)
一 従麻風病的伝播蠡測印度仏医対漢唐時期中医的影響(要旨) …… 高  凱
――以簡帛《五十二病方》、《悪病大風方》与孫思邈《千金方》為例――
二 河西出土魏晋・五胡十六国時代漢語文献の基礎的整理  ………町田隆吉
三 徳蔵吐魯番双語文書残片Ch/So10334(TI α)v 的道教内容考釈…… 劉  屹
四 従王光、叱羅招男夫婦墓誌論西魏北周史二題(要旨)………… 葉  煒
五 柳開事迹与宋初士林的豪横之気………………… 陳  峰
六 対《論語》“今之学者為人”的詮釈与宋代儒学的内傾……… 肖永明
七 公私“文書”与明代民事訴訟書証探析――以徽州訴訟文書為中心――…… 阿風

討論:司会 氣賀澤保規 陳  峰  コメント:池田 温

総合討論:司会 渡邉義浩 王啓発 氣賀澤保規 李炳青
Developments in the Study of Newly Unearthed Chinese Documents    Watanabe Yoshihiro




Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Zhuangzi: Text and Context 莊子: 文本與脈絡

Author: 
Livia Kohn

Publisher: 

Three Pines Press

Publication Year: 

2014

Abstract:


Zhuangzi: Text and Context is a comprehensive discussion of the ancient Daoist work Zhuangzi in 24 chapters, providing a chronologically-based outline of the context of the work, from the compilation of the text to its reading in 21st century ecology, plus a systematic discussion and interpretation of its central concepts from perfect happiness to playful uselessness.
The book integrates a vast spectrum of original and secondary sources, examines the history and ideas in a wide context, both within China and cross-culturally, and relates many of Zhuangzi's key notions and practices to modern science, notably physics, biology, and psychology. Encyclopedic in scope, meticulous in execution, and skillfully presented, it is a must for anyone interested in traditional Chinese thought.


Sunday, December 22, 2013

後漢魏晋南北朝都城境域研究

Author 著者: 

塩沢裕仁 SHIOZAWA Hirohito



Publisher 出版社: 

雄山閣 Yuzakaku


Publication Year 出版年:  

2013





Table of Contents 内容:

   第1章 洛陽八関とその内包空間 漢魏洛陽盆地の空間的理解に触れて


   第2章 洛陽盆地における漢魏遺址の立地


   第3章 漢魏洛陽城の現状と水文をめぐる問題


   第4章 漢魏洛陽の変遷と金墉城 建康との比較において


   第5章 漢魏の都城“許昌”


   第6章 鄴城が有する都市空間


   第7章 六朝建康の都市空間


   第8章 鮮卑の都城“平城 


Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Birth of an Empire: The State of Qin Revisited 《帝國的誕生:再探秦國》

Editors: 

Yuri Pines, Gideon Shelach, Lothar von Falkenhausen, Robin D.S. Yates


Publication Year:
2013

Publisher:
University of California Press

Abstract:

In 221 BCE the state of Qin vanquished its rivals and established the first empire on Chinese soil, starting a millennium-long imperial age in Chinese history. Hailed by some and maligned by many, Qin has long been an enigma. In this pathbreaking study, the authors integrate textual sources with newly available archeological and paleographic materials, providing a boldly novel picture of Qin’s cultural and political trajectory, its evolving institutions and its religion, its place in China’s history, and the reasons for its success and for its ultimate collapse.

Table of Contents:


Introduction: Archaeological Perspectives on the Qin "Unification" of China  / 
Lothar von Falkenhausen with Gideon Shelach
羅泰、吉迪,〈導言:關於秦「統一」中國的考古學視角〉

1. New Explorations of Early Qin Culture / Zhao Huacheng
趙化成,〈新探早期秦文化〉

2. From Vassal State to Empire: An Archaeological Examination of Qin Culture  / Teng Mingyu
滕明予,〈從封國到帝國:以考古資料檢視秦文化〉

3. Collapse or Transformation? Anthropological and Archaeological Perspectives on the Fall of Qin / Gideon Shelach
吉迪,〈崩潰或轉變?從人類學與考古學視角看秦代的滅亡〉

Introduction: The Empire of the Scribes / Robin D.S. Yates
葉山,〈導言:書吏的帝國〉

4. Qin-Han Census and Tax and Corvée Administration: Notes on Newly Discovered Materials / Hsing I-tien
邢義田,〈秦漢戶口調查、稅收與徭役管理:關於新出土材料的幾點想法〉

5. Religion and Religious Life of the Qin / Poo Mu-chou
蒲慕洲,〈秦代的宗教與宗教生活〉

6. The Changing Status of Slaves in the Qin-Han Transition / Robin D.S. Yates
葉山,〈秦漢之際奴隸地位的改變〉

Introduction: The First Emperor and His Image / Yuri Pines
尤銳,〈導言:秦始皇及其形象〉

7. Emperor Wu of the Han and the First August Emperor of Qin in Sima Qian's Shiji / Hans van Ess
葉翰,〈司馬遷《史記》中的漢武帝與秦始皇〉

8. The Messianic Emperor: A New Look at Qin's Place in China's History / Yuri Pines
尤銳,〈救世主皇帝:新探秦代在中國史上的地位〉

9. The First Emperors: Image and Memory / Alexander Yakobson
亞歷山大・雅科布森,〈始皇帝們:形象與記憶〉

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Idle Talk: Gossip and Anecdote in Traditional China 閒聊:傳統中國的八卦與軼事

Editors:
Jack W. Chen, David Schaberg

Publisher:
University of California Press

Publication Year:
2013

Abstract: 
Gossip and anecdote may be “idle talk,” but they also serve to knit together individuals in society and to provide the materials through which literary culture and historical memory are constructed. This groundbreaking book provides a cultural history of gossip and anecdote in traditional China, beginning with the Han dynasty and ending with the Qing. The ten essays, along with the introduction and postface, address the verification, transmission, and interpretation of gossip and anecdote across literary and historical genres.

Table of Contents:

Acknowledgments ix 

Introduction           Jack W. Chen

1. Word of Mouth and the Sources of Western Han History 17 David Schaberg

2. Tales from Borderland: Anecdotes in Early Medieval China 38 Xiaofei Tian

3. Knowing Men and Being Known: Gossip and Social Networks in the Shishuo xinyu 55 Jack W. Chen

4. Oral Sources and Written Accounts: Authority in Tang Tales 71 Sarah M. Allen

5. I Read They Said He Sang What He Wrote: Orality, Writing, and Gossip in Tang Poetry Anecdotes 88 Graham Sanders

6. Gossip, Anecdote, and Literary History: Representations of the Yuanhe era in
Tang Anecdote Collections 107 Anna M. Shields

7. Shen Kuo Chats with Ink Stone and Writing Brush 132 Ronald Egan

8. Men, Women, and Gossip in Song China 154 Beverly Bossler

9. Glyphomantic Dream Anecdotes 178 Richard E. Strassberg

10. The Retributory Power of Gossip in the Story of The Stone 194 Dore J. Levy

Postface: “Believe it or not” 217 Stephen Owen

Bibliography 225 
Contributors 239 
Index 241

Sunday, December 1, 2013

Mozi: A Study and Translation of the Ethical and Political Writings 墨子

Translators and Authors:
Knoblock, John and Jeffrey Riegel

Publisher:

University of California, Berkeley

Publication Year:

2013

Abstract:


The authors of the Mozi, an anthology of enormous scope and great importance, can be credited with having produced, during the Warring States period (453–221 BCE), the earliest extended philosophical discourse in China on a varied set of topics that range from aggressive warfare and prolonged mourning for the dead, to frugality, love for others and belief in divine agency. Professor Riegel's study and translation offers a new interpretation of the Mozi's thirty six chapters on political and ethical philosophy. Based on an initial translation by the late John Knoblock, Riegel's groundbreaking work attempts to understand the Mozi in light of excavated manuscripts and recent scholarship on ancient Chinese philosophy.


Table of Contents:



Tables — x
Preface — xi
Abbreviations and Conventions — xvi
Introduction — 1
    I. Portrayals of Mozi — 1
  1. Dates and Birthplace — 1
  2. Master Mo and Master Kong — 2
  3. Master Mo and the Xia Legacy — 2
  4. Mozi as a Baseborn Artisan — 4
  5. Mozi the Magician — 5
    II. The Mohist School — 7
  1. The Three Branches of Mohism — 7
  2. The First-Generation Disciples — 9
  3. The Grand Master — 9
  4. The "Law" of the Mohist Community — 11
    III. The Creation of the Text of the Mozi — 14
    IV. Mohism’s Fate — 16
  1. Dates and Birthplace — 16
  2. Mozi’s Daoist Persona — 18
  3. Knowledge of Mozi during the Tang and Song — 21
  4. The Ming and Qing Reassessment — 23
  5. Mozi in the Twentieth Century — 24
    V. The Philosophy of the Political and Ethical Chapters — 26
  1. The Chapters of Group 2 — 27
  2. The Chapters of Group 1 — 36
  3. The Chapters of Group 4 — 39

Group 1: The Syncretic Writings
    Chapter 1: Cherishing Gentlemen — 41
        Chapter 2: Cultivate the Self — 47
        Chapter 3: On Dyes — 51
        Chapter 4: On the Proper Model — 56
        Chapter 5: Seven Worries — 61
        Chapter 6: Avoiding Excess — 67
        Chapter 7: Three Disputes — 75

Group 2: The Ten Doctrines
    Exalt the Worthy — 79
        Chapter 8: Exalt the Worthy (Upper) — 82
        Chapter 9: Exalt the Worthy (Middle) — 87
        Chapter 10: Exalt the Worthy (Lower) — 100
    Exalt Conformity — 108
        Chapter 11: Exalt Conformity (Upper) — 112
        Chapter 12: Exalt Conformity (Middle) — 116
        Chapter 13: Exalt Conformity (Lower) — 129
    Impartial Love — 139
        Chapter 14: Impartial Love (Upper) — 145
        Chapter 15: Impartial Love (Middle) — 149
        Chapter 16: Impartial Love (Lower) — 155
    Condemn Aggression — 169
        Chapter 17: Condemn Aggression (Upper) — 171
        Chapter 18: Condemn Aggression (Middle) — 174
        Chapter 19: Condemn Aggression (Lower) — 180
    Moderate Consumption — 192
        Chapter 20: Moderate Consumption (Upper) — 193
        Chapter 21: Moderate Consumption (Middle) — 196
    Moderate Burials — 201
        Chapter 25: Moderate Burials (Lower) — 203
    Heaven’s Will — 219
        Chapter 26: Heaven’s Will (Upper) — 223
        Chapter 27: Heaven’s Will (Middle) — 229
        Chapter 28: Heaven’s Will (Lower) — 241
    Explaining Ghosts — 252
        Chapter 31: Explaining Ghosts (Lower) — 254
    Condemn Music — 273
        Chapter 32: Condemn Music (Upper) — 275
    Condemn Fatalism — 284
        Chapter 35: Condemn Fatalism (Upper) — 289
        Chapter 36: Condemn Fatalism (Middle) — 297
        Chapter 37: Condemn Fatalism (Lower) — 302

Group 4: Condemn the Ru and the "Mohist Analects"
        Chapter 39: Condemn the Ru (Lower) — 312
        Chapter 46: Master Gengzhu — 326
        Chapter 47: Valuing Righteousness — 340
        Chapter 48: Master Gongmeng — 352
        Chapter 49: The Lord of Lu Asks a Question — 369
        Chapter 50: Master Gongshu — 387

Appendix A — 391
Appendix B — 393
Appendix C — 396
Additional Notes — 401
Bibliography — 479
Index — 491