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Monday, February 29, 2016

The Economic History of China: From Antiquity to the Nineteenth Century

Author:
Richard von Glahn

Publication Year: 
2016

Publisher:
Cambridge University Press




Abstract:

China's extraordinary rise as an economic powerhouse in the past two decades poses a challenge to many long-held assumptions about the relationship between political institutions and economic development. Economic prosperity also was vitally important to the longevity of the Chinese Empire throughout the preindustrial era. Before the eighteenth century, China's economy shared some of the features, such as highly productive agriculture and sophisticated markets, found in the most advanced regions of Europe. 

But in many respects, from the central importance of irrigated rice farming to family structure, property rights, the status of merchants, the monetary system, and the imperial state's fiscal and economic policies, China's preindustrial economy diverged from the Western path of development. In this comprehensive but accessible study, Richard von Glahn examines the institutional foundations, continuities and discontinuities in China's economic development over three millennia, from the Bronze Age to the early twentieth century.

Table of Contents:

Introduction

1. The Bronze Age economy (1045 to 707 BCE)

2. From city-state to autocratic monarchy (707 to 250 BCE) 

3. Economic foundations of the universal empire (250 to 81 BCE)

4. Magnate society and the estate economy (81 BCE to 485 CE)

5. The Chinese-nomad synthesis and the reunification of the empire (485 to 755)

6. Economic transformation in the Tang-Song transition (755 to 1127)

7. The heyday of the Jiangnan economy (1127 to 1550)

8. The maturation of the market economy (1550 to 1800)

9. Domestic crises and global challenges: restructuring the imperial economy (1800 to 1900)

Bibliography 
Index

Friday, February 26, 2016

中華帝国のジレンマ― 礼的思想と法的秩序

Author:
富谷至 (Tomiya Itaru)

Publication Date:
2016.2.15

Publisher:
筑摩書房






Table of Contents:

序文—法と礼の世界への誘い

Ⅰ 中国古代の礼
1 『論語』に見える礼
2 心の中の礼——孟子
3 作為の礼——荀子
4 礼典の成立

Ⅱ 中国古代法の成立と法的規範
1 法の起源と展開
2 律と令の法形式
3 律と令の法典化
4 中国法の原理

Ⅲ 交差する礼的秩序と法的秩序
1 礼から法へ
2 処罰される感謝の行為
3 法と礼の男女関係
4 殺人の奨励と礼賛

総論

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

中国古代都城の設計と思想: 円丘祭祀の歴史的展開

Author:
佐川英治 (Sagawa, Eiji)

Publisher:
勉誠出版

Publication Month:
2016. 2




Abstract:

日本の平城京や渤海の上京の模範となった唐の長安城のプランは、中国の伝統的な都城のイメージとは一線を画すものであった。唐・長安城のプランの淵源はどこにあり、それはいかなる意味をもつものだったのか。漢から唐にかけて、都城の設計の起点が宗廟から南郊、円丘へと移っていく過程を検証し、唐・長安城の基本設計が北魏・洛陽城に始まることを明らかにする。さらに、日本の藤原京から平城京への遷都と北魏の洛陽遷都および隋の大興城遷都との比較検討を通じて、古代東アジアにおける都城の理念を明らかにする。

“本書考察了自漢到唐期間中國古代都城的設計與空間配置的變化,提出了以下的觀點:都城的設計最初是以擔當祭祀功能的宗廟為中心,而後轉為南郊(郊祀),之後則是圓丘。圓丘的出現有其劃時代之意義,象徵古代都城的設計脫離了《考工記》的內容,一如均田制之於井田制之轉變。圓丘出現於北魏的洛陽城,它是此後隋代大興城、唐代洛陽城的藍本,也影響到了古代日本與渤海國的都城設計。”(轉自台大東亞文化研究論壇)

Table of Contents:



序論 中国古代都城史研究序説
一 中国史上における隋唐都城プラン─那波利貞と陳寅恪─
二 都城と礼制─楊寛の「坐北朝南」論─
三 中国都城プランの内在的発展説とその課題

第一章 宗廟と禁苑─中国古代都城の神聖空間─
はじめに
第一節 都城と宗廟
第二節 宗廟を中心となす都城観念
第三節 「左祖右社」への道
第四節 儀礼空間としての禁苑
おわりに

第二章 漢代の郊祀と都城の空間
はじめに
第一節 前漢長安城における南北郊の設置
第二節 王莽による郊祀制度改革
第三節 南北郊路と後漢洛陽城
おわりに

第三章 「奢靡」と「狂直」─洛陽建設をめぐる魏の明帝と高堂隆─
はじめに
第一節 明帝の「奢靡」
第二節 長安と洛陽
第三節 高堂隆の「狂直」
おわりに

第四章 曹魏太極殿の所在について
はじめに
第一節 太極殿の漢南宮所在説について
第二節 太極殿の所在をめぐる考古学的アプローチ
第三節 『文館詞林』「魏曹植毀●(*)城故殿令一首」の理解をめぐって
第四節 魏晋洛陽城と北魏洛陽城の連続性について
おわりに

第五章 北魏平城の鹿苑の機能とその変遷
はじめに
第一節 鹿苑の規模と景観
第二節 鹿苑の資源と機能
第三節 狩猟場としての鹿苑
第四節 鹿苑の変化と陰山の環境
おわりに

第六章 北魏洛陽城の形成と空間配置─外郭と中軸線を中心に─
はじめに
第一節 北魏洛陽外郭城の復元
第二節 北魏外郭城と中軸線
第三節 洛陽における中軸線の機能と発展
第四節 北魏の都市建設と中軸線
おわりに

第七章 中国都城史上における六朝建康城の位置づけについて
はじめに
第一節 六朝建康城と北魏洛陽城の中軸線
第二節 建康城の御道と南郊
第三節 建康城発展の方向性
おわりに

第八章 西郊から円丘へ─『文館詞林』後魏孝文帝祭円丘大赦詔に見る孝文帝の祭天儀礼─
はじめに
第一節 『文館詞林』後魏孝文帝祭円丘大赦詔
第二節 中国における儒教式祭天儀礼の性格
第三節 孝文帝による儒教式祭天儀礼の導入とその内実
第四節 北魏における祭天の性格
おわりに─唐における南郊の廃止─

終章 古代東アジアの都城の理念─北魏洛陽城から日本平城京へ─
はじめに
第一節 隋文帝の大興城造営
第二節 北魏孝文帝の洛陽遷都
第三節 日本の平城京遷都
おわりに

参考文献一覧
後記
〔中文要旨〕中国古代都城的设计与思想
〔Abstract〕Capital City Planning in Ancient China and Its Underpinning Ideas
索引(建築・事項・地名・人名・文献)

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Roaming into the Beyond: Representations of Xian Immortality in Early Medieval Chinese Verse

Author:
Zornica Kirkova

Publisher:
Brill

Publication Month:
April 2016




Abstract:

In Roaming into the Beyond Zornica Kirkova provides the first detailed study in a Western language of Daoism-inspired themes in early medieval Chinese poetry. She examines representations of Daoist xian 仙 immortality in a broad range of versified literature from the Han until the end of the Six Dynasties, focusing on the transformations of themes, concepts, and imagery within a wide literary and religious context. Adopting a more integrated approach, the author explores both the complex interaction between poetry and Daoist religion and the interrelations between various verse forms and poetic themes. This book not only enhances our understanding of the complexities of early medieval literature but also reevaluates the place of Daoist religious thought in the intellectual life of the period.

Table of Contents:

Introduction
Religious and literary background
The dramatis personae
A phenomenology of immortals
The world of the immortals
The way to immortality
Immortality in the context of the human world
Conclusion


Saturday, February 20, 2016

The Duke of Zhou Changes: A Study and Annotated Translation of the Zhouyi 周易

Author and Translator:
Stephen L. Field

Publication Year:
2015

Publisher:
Harrassowitz Verlag



Abstract:

The Zhouyi, Bronze Age progenitor to the Yijing (I Ching), or Book of Changes, was a divination manual created and utilized by the early rulers of the Zhou dynasty (founded 1046 BCE). This new translation dispenses with 20th century attempts to discredit tradition and endeavors to recover the context of its early Zhou dynasty origins. As such, interpretation of its language is based strictly upon pre-Confucian sources to avoid the anachronistic readings that accrued to the text in its evolution from a book of divination to a book of philosophy. For the first time in the book’s translation history, its judgment and line texts have been clearly labeled according to their content - either omen, counsel, or prognostication - in order to clarify their divinatory function. Furthermore, each hexagram is accompanied by a line-by-line commentary providing detailed background for the situations presented in the texts and explicating metaphorical language and technical syntax. The general public will appreciate the narrative cohesion of the commentaries, while the specialist will welcome the appended Chinese text. Finally, the book also provides the reader with explanations of the myth, legend, and history in the formative stages of the Zhouyi’s creation and gives comprehensive information on how to cast the oracle and interpret the resulting reading.

Table of Contents:

Introduction
Chinese Periods and Dynasties

Part 1. The Origin of the Zhouyi
1.1 A Short History of the Ancient Chinese
1.2 Ancient Chinese Divination
1.3 The Mythical Origins of the Yijing
1.4 The Historical Origin of the Yijing

Part 2. The Hexagram Texts

Part 3. Practical Applications
3.1 Casting the Yijing
3.1.1 Preparing for the Ritual
3.1.2 Formulating the Question
3.1.3 How to Cast the Milfoil
3.1.4 How to Cast the Coin Oracle
3.2 How to Interpret a Reading

Glossary
Bibliography
Index
Hexagram Location Chart


Thursday, February 18, 2016

A Distant Mirror: Articulating Indic Ideas in Sixth and Seventh Century Chinese Buddhism

Editors:
Chen-kuo Lin / Michael Radich

Publisher: 
Hamburg University Press

Publication Year:
2014




Abstract:

In this book, an international team of fourteen scholars investigates the Chinese reception of Indian Buddhist ideas, especially in the sixth and seventh centuries. Topics include Buddhist logic and epistemology (pramāṇa, yinming 因明); commentaries on Indian Buddhist texts; Chinese readings of systems as diverse as Madhyamaka, Yogācāra and tathāgatagarbha; the working out of Indian concepts and problematics in new Chinese works; and previously under-studied Chinese evidence for developments in India. 

The authors aim to consider the ways that these Chinese materials might furnish evidence of broader Buddhist trends, thereby problematizing a prevalent notion of “sinification”, which has led scholars to consider such materials predominantly in terms of trends ostensibly distinctive to China. The volume also tries to go beyond seeing sixth- and seventh-century China primarily as the age of the formation and establishment of the Chinese Buddhist “schools”. The authors attempt to view the ideas under study on their own terms, as valid Buddhist ideas engendered in a rich, “liminal” space of interchange between two large traditions.


** You can download it here for free:

http://blogs.sub.uni-hamburg.de/hup/products-page/publikationen/125/


Wednesday, February 17, 2016

前漢期黄河古河道の復元:リモートセンシングと歴史学 (The Restoration of the Old Course of the Yellow River in the Western Han Dynasty: Remote Sensing and Historiography)

Author:
長谷川順二 (HASEGAWA, Junji)

Publication Date:
2016.2.26

Publisher:
六一書房




Abstract:

中国第二の大河である黄河は、中国の民衆や社会に対して大きな恩恵を及ぼしてきた。一方で黄河は「善淤(濁る)、善決(決壊する)、善徙(移動する)」とも称され、決壊による災害を引き起こす恐るべき存在でもあった。そして繰り返される決壊により、黄河の河道は幾度も移動した。ひとたび黄河が移動すると、周辺の農地は荒れ果て、都城は崩壊し、時には行政区画の変更すら起きるなど、中国社会に多大な影響を及ぼしてきた。にも関わらず、これまで黄河の河道変化について詳細な考察は行われていない。
本書では戦国~前漢末の黄河古河道を対象として、従来の文献資料に基づく検討に加え、衛星画像や地形データ等のリモートセンシングデータ解析および黄河下流平原の現地調査を実施し、現在の地形や地質等の状況を確認したうえで古河道を復元する。また復元した古河道に基づき、当時の社会への影響等に関する再検討を行う。

Table of Contents:



第1部 前漢期黄河古河道復元に向けて
 第1章 文献資料にみる前漢前後の黄河変遷説
  はじめに
  第1節 黄河改道に関する諸説
  第2節 前漢黄河の開始および終了時期
  第3節 秦漢期黄河治水史
  第4節 前漢河道の位置
  おわりに
 第2章 黄河のすがた
  はじめに
  第1節 黄河の概要
  第2節 黄河の来源
  第3節 黄河の誕生時期
  第4節 黄河下流平原の地形的特性
  第5節 現在の黄河水問題
  おわりに
 第3章 本書における使用資料
  はじめに
  第1節 文献資料
  第2節 地図資料
  第3節 リモートセンシング(RS)データ
  おわりに

第2部 前漢期黄河の地域別検討
 第1章 河南省北東部・滑県~濮陽市
 
 第2章 河北省大名県~館陶県
 
 第3章 河南省武陟県~延津県~滑県
 
 第4章 河北省東光県~滄州市~黄驊市~渤海
 
 第5章 山東省聊城市~平原県~徳州市

第3部 復元古河道を利用した中国古代史の再検討
 第1章 前漢期の黄河決壊に関する一考察
  はじめに
  第1節 復元河道の概要
  第2節 決壊記事の検討─武帝元光3年春以降─
  第3節 黄河決壊の連鎖性
  おわりに
 第2章 「中国古代専制国家の基礎条件」に関する再検討
  はじめに
  第1節 木村説と前漢黄河
  第2節 RSデータを利用して復元した前漢期古河道
  第3節 復元河道に基づく木村説の再検討
  おわりに
 第3章 復元古河道(戦国~前漢末)の検証
  はじめに
  第1節 前漢黄河由来の微高地
  第2節 「沙河」と夏津県の由来
  第3節 本研究で判明した事実
  第4節 黄河改道と前漢郡県制の展開
  第5節 前漢以前の黄河下流平原の実情
  おわりに

補論 現地調査記
 第1章 調査の概要
 
 第2章 調査記Ⅰ 河南省滑県~濮陽市~南楽県
 
 第3章 調査記Ⅱ 河北省大名県~館陶県
 
 第4章 調査記Ⅲ 河南省武陟県~延津県~滑県
 
 第5章 調査記Ⅳ 河北省東光県~滄州市~黄驊市~渤海
 
 第6章 調査記Ⅴ 山東省聊城市~高唐県~平原県~徳州市
 
あとがき
中文要旨


Tuesday, February 16, 2016

The Ancient Highlands of Southwest China: From the Bronze Age to the Han Empire

Author:
Alice Yao

Publisher:
Oxford University Press

Publication Year:
2016




Abstract:

Although long considered to be a barren region on the periphery of ancient Chinese civilization, the southwest massif was once the political heartland of numerous Bronze Age kingdoms. Their distinctive material tradition--intricately cast bronze kettle drums and cowrie shell containers--have given archaeologists and historians a glimpse of the extraordinary wealth, artistry, and power exercised by highland leaders in prehistory. After a millennium of rule however, imperial conquest under the Han state reduced local power, leading to the disappearance of Bronze Age traditions and a fraught process of assimilation.

Instead of a clash between center and periphery or barbarism and civilization, The Ancient Highlands of Southwest China examines the classic study of imperial conquest as a confrontation of different political times. Alice Yao grounds an archaeological account of the region where local landscape histories and funerary traditions bring to light a history of competing elite lineages, warrior cultures, and of kingly genealogies. In particular, this book illustrates how buried precious material objects--drums, ornate weaponry, and cowries--enabled the transmission and memorialization of biographies and lineage wealth across successive generations. A provocative picture emerges of imperial absorption and change as a problem entangling the generational time of highland leadership and its political cycles and the penetration of Chinese dynastic history as well as time of bureaucracy and state economy. Yao extends conventional approaches to empires to show how prehistoric forms of temporal experience can complicate imperial efforts to incorporate and unify time.

Table of Contents:

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Part I. De-centering a historicity of the periphery

1. History regained in prehistory
2. Death and funerary ritual: where multiple time frames converge

Part II. Bronze Age histories

3. Time and place in the early Bronze Age
4. Bronze kettledrums and iconic halberds: the political symbols of an emerging regional tradition (650-500BC)
5. A southwest political time (500-250BC)

Part III. Native subjects and Han rule

6. A divided and entangled imperial frontier
7. The d(eb)atability of the past: the past in the imperial present



Saturday, February 13, 2016

The Letter to Ren An and Sima Qian's Legacy

Authors and Translators:
Stephen W Durrant; Wai-yee Li; Michael Nylan; Hans van Ess

Publication Month:
2016 April

Publisher:
University Of Washington Press




Abstract:

Sima Qian (first century BCE), the author of Record of the Historian (Shiji 史記), is China's earliest and best-known historian, and his "Letter to Ren An" is the most famous letter in Chinese history. In the letter, Sima Qian explains his decision to finish his life's work, the first comprehensive history of China, instead of honorably committing suicide following his castration for "deceiving the emperor." In the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, some scholars have queried the authenticity of the letter. Is it a genuine piece of writing by Sima Qian or an early work of literary impersonation? The Letter to Ren An and Sima Qian's Legacy provides a full translation of the letter and uses different methods to explore issues in textual history. It also shows how ideas about friendship, loyalty, factionalism, and authorship encoded in the letter have far-reaching implications for the study of China.

Table of Contents:

Han dynasty emperors

The letter to Ren An: English translation

Seeking answers, finding more questions / Stephen Durrant

Dissent against Emperor Wu of the Han / Hans van Ess

Friendship and other tropes in The letter to Ren An / Michael Nylan

The letter to Ren An and authorship in the Chinese tradition / Wai-yee Li

Appendix: The letter to Ren An: Chinese text

Glossary of Chinese characters

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Introduction to the Tsinghua Bamboo-Strip Manuscripts

Authors:
Liu, Guozhong 劉國忠

Translators:
Foster, Christopher
French, William N.

Publication Date:
18 February 2016

Publisher:
Brill





Abstract:

The Tsinghua University bamboo-strip manuscripts are among the most extraordinary collections of ancient texts discovered in China to date. In Introduction to the Tsinghua Bamboo-Strip Manuscripts, Liu Guozhong, one of the scholars intimately involved in editing the Tsinghua strips, offers a straightforward overview to the complexities inherent in researching this collection. Liu provides an invaluable glimpse into how these artifacts were cleaned, preserved, and prepared for publication, while also situating them within a history of similar finds. He moreover explores in detail a number of crucial questions raised by the Tsinghua strips, from the transmission of the Shangshu 尚書 and the nature of the oft-neglected Yi Zhoushu 逸周書, to the implications these texts have for our understanding of early Western Zhou history.


Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Traces of the Sage: Monument, Materiality, and the First Temple of Confucius

Author: 
James A Flath

Publisher: 
University of Hawaiʻi Press

Publisher:
2016



Abstract:

The Temple of Confucius (Kong Temple) in Qufu is the definitive monument to the world's greatest sage. From its humble origins deep in China's past, the home of Confucius grew in size and stature under the auspices of almost every major dynasty until it was the largest and most richly endowed temple in the Ming and Qing empires. The decline of state-sponsored ritualism in the twentieth century triggered a profound identity crisis for the temple and its worshipers, yet the fragile relic survived decades of neglect, war, and revolution and is now recognized as a national treasure and a World Heritage Site.

Traces of the Sage is the first comprehensive account of the history and material culture of Kong Temple. Following the temple's development through time and across space, it relates architecture to the practice of Confucianism, explains the temple's phenomenal perseverance, and explores the culture of building in China. Other chapters consider the problem of Confucian heritage conservation and development over the last hundred years—a period when the validity of Confucianism has been called into question—and the challenge of remaking Confucian heritage as a commercial enterprise. By reconstructing its "social life," the study interprets Kong Temple as an active site of transaction and negotiation and argues that meaning does not hide behind architecture but emerges from the circulation and regeneration of its spaces and materials.

The most complete work on a seminal monument in Chinese history through millennia, Traces of the Sage will find a ready audience among cultural and political historians of imperial and modern China as well as students and scholars of architectural history and theory and Chinese ritual.

Table of Contents:

Kong Temple as structure
Ritual as material culture
Kong Temple as space
Kong Temple and the modern politics of culture
Confucius Inc.


Monday, February 8, 2016

[Dissertation] Production of Commodities and Iron Economy in Early China: A Case Study of a Western Han Iron Foundry at Taicheng

Author:
Lam, Wengcheong

School: 
Harvard University

Department:
Department of Anthropology

Year:
2015

Abstract:

How the exchange of commodities and control over resources shaped the social world is a major concern in anthropology. In the domain of history, the form and structure of market economy during the Han period is also a long debated issue. Consequently, the study of imperial control over commodities within an anthropological framework is a promising avenue that sheds new light on debates about the Han commodity economy. 

This dissertation addresses the production and distribution system of the Han iron industry in order to investigate the nature of commodities and resource control. This project integrates metallurgical and zooarchaeological approaches to analyzing manufacturing remains at an iron foundry site named Taicheng 邰城, as well as iron objects from various cemeteries in the Guanzhong basin, Shaanxi, the capital area of the Western Han Empire (202 BCE-9 CE). The results provide new evidence demonstrating the “commodity economy” of iron in the capital area, in fact, functioned as a multi-level network system. Even within the same category of iron products, the degree of commodification and the scope of market networks widely varied in the Western Han period, a fact that has been overlooked in previous literature. In addition, the transportation of iron goods to the capital created a massive market network connecting different parts of the Empire and generated the momentum for the capital to dominate over its eastern territory.


Thursday, February 4, 2016

The Grand Scribe's Records - Volume X: The Memoirs of Han China, Part III

Editor:
William H. Nienhauser, Jr.

Translators:
Chiu Ming Chan, Hans van Ess, William H. Nienhauser, Jr., Thomas D. Noel, Marc Nürnberger, Jakob Pöllath, Andreas Siegl, and Lianlian Wu

Publication Year:
2016

Publisher:
Indiana University Press


Abstract:

In The Grand Scribe’s Records: Volume X, readers can follow Ssu-ma Qian’s depiction of the later years of the reign of Emperor Wu of the Han (r. 140–87 BC). The volume begins with four chapters describing the Han’s attempts to subdue states north, east, south and west of the empire. The subsequent long biography of Ssu-ma Hsiang-ju (179–117) presents one of the era’s major literary figures who came to oppose the Emperor’s expensive military campaigns against these states. It is followed by an equally extended portrayal of Liu An (d. 122), King of Huai-nan, who was seen as an internal threat and forced to commit suicide. The final chapters recount narratives of the ideal officials (all predating the Han) and the Confucians the Emperor championed.

Table of Contents:

Acknowledgments
Introduction
On Using This Book
Weights and Measures (Lu Zongli)
List of Abbreviations

Memoir 53 The Southern Yüeh
Memoir 54 The Eastern Yüeh
Memoir 55 Ch’ao-hsien
Memoir 56 The Southwestern Barbarians
Memoir 57 Ssu-ma Hsiang-ju
Memoir 58 Huai-nan and Heng-shan
Memoir 59 The Officials Who Follow Reason
Memoir 60 Chi and Cheng
Memoir 61 The Confucian Scholars

Frequently Mentioned Commentators
Selected Recent Studies of the Shih chi
Index

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

東アジア古代金石文研究

Author:
門田誠一

Publisher:
法藏館

Publication Year:
2016



Abstract:

金石に刻まれた文字。そこに込められた思いとは? 5~8世紀の東アジア世界の宗教と信仰の具体相を、考古学と文献学の双方の手法を用い、多角的に考究する意欲的研究。

Table of Contents:

序 章 東アジア古代金石文の研究の目的と方法
第一節 東アジア古代金石文の比較・対照検討による文化史的研究
第二節 考古資料としての金石文 本書における研究対象
第三節 近年における金石文のアジア史的研究
第四節 本書における金石文研究の方法 出土文字資料としての研究

第一部 日本古代碑文の東アジア史的環境

第一章 山ノ上碑にみる孝の顕現――古代における儒・仏混淆の地域的様相
序言
第一節 山ノ上碑の宗教・思想的側面についての従前の研究
第二節 史書と経書にみる立碑の意味と墳墓との関係
第三節 山ノ上碑における孝の顕現
第四節 東国古代の石碑にみる祖先祭祀の変容
結語

第二章 金井沢碑に現れた祖先祭祀の史的特質
序言
第一節 金井沢碑の祖先祭祀に対する従前の見解
第二節 金井沢碑文の語句の出典論的検討
第三節 金井沢碑の祖先祭祀とその構成要素
第四節 金井沢碑の立碑背景と祖先祭祀
結語

第三章 奈良時代碑文にみる在地仏教の特質――金井沢碑と隋・唐造像銘との比較から
序言
第一節 金井沢碑の仏教信仰に関する従前の所説
第二節 隋・唐造像銘にみえる願目
第三節 金井沢碑にみえる仏教信仰の特質
結語

第二部 百済金石文と出土文字資料にみる仏教の特質

第一章 王興寺と飛鳥寺にみる舎利の奇瑞
序言
第一節 王興寺址塔心礎出土舎利容器銘文にみる舎利の奇瑞
第二節 敏達紀の舎利奇瑞譚と飛鳥寺の舎利
第三節 百済の舎利信仰の系譜
第四節 飛鳥寺の舎利信仰の系譜
結語

第二章 百済王室祈願寺と飛鳥寺の造寺思想
序言
第一節 百済王室祈願寺の舎利容器にみえる造寺思想
第二節 中国南北朝王族の造塔・造寺
第三節 飛鳥寺と百済王室祈願寺の造寺思想
結語

第三章 百済弥勒寺舎利奉迎記にみる仏教信仰の系譜―語句・文意と考古学的知見の検討
序言
第一節 弥勒寺西塔址出土舎利奉迎記銘文
第二節 舎利奉迎記の内容と出典に関する研究
第三節 語句の意味・出典と用法
第四節 仏教語と舎利の奇瑞
第五節 銘文語句と舎利埋納品からみた仏教の系譜
結語

第四章 百済における仏教語浸透の様相――陵山里出土木簡の検討
序言
第一節 扶余・陵山里出土百済木簡の概要
第二節 当該資料に対する研究の現況
第三節 木簡の語句の検討
第四節 木簡の釈文からみた百済仏教
結語

第三部 高句麗の金石文と墳墓にみる葬祭と信仰

第一章 高句麗千仏信仰の系譜――延嘉七年造像銘の検討
序言
第一節 千仏信仰を示す造像銘
第二節 延嘉七年金銅仏銘に関する従前の研究
第三節 北朝石窟の千仏信仰と高句麗
第四節 高句麗千仏信仰の内容と意味
結語

第二章 高句麗金銅仏銘にみる北朝仏教の影響と地域的展開――景四年辛卯銘金銅仏を中心に
序言
第一節 景四年辛卯金銅仏銘の釈字・釈読と従前の研究
第二節 銘文に関連する北朝造像銘
第三節 南朝造像銘にみる仏教信仰
第四節 景四年辛卯銘に現れた仏教信仰の内容と系譜
結語

第三章 広開土王碑の守墓と勲績記事の史的背景
序言
第一節 公開土王碑文の語句に関する出典論的研究
第二節 出典・典故からみた守墓の特質
第三節 勲績顕示記事の位置づけ
第四節 中国文献にみえる勲績顕示記事とその意味
第五節 立碑における勲績顕示の文化的意義
結語

第四章 高句麗王陵の築造思想にみる儒教と仏教――追孝から追福へ――
序言
第一節 高句麗王陵の造営思想に関する諸説
第二節 広開土王碑文の儒教関係の語句 「立碑」に関する思想と目録
第三節 高句麗王陵と追福
第四節 高句麗王陵築造思想の変化とその意味
結語

第四部 東アジアの祭祀と信仰の系譜と展開――金石文とその関連資・史料

第一章 東アジアにおける殺牛祭祀の系譜――新羅と日本古代の事例の相対的位置
序言
第一節 東アジアの殺牛祭祀についての従前の研究
第二節 新羅と日本古代の殺牛祭祀
第三節 東アジアにおける殺牛祭祀に関する文献・考古資料
第四節 東アジアにおける新羅と日本の殺牛祭祀の特質
結語

第二章 東アジアの霊山――地域史・交渉史の視点から
序言
第一節 中国の霊山と山岳信仰の多面的歴史相
第二節 東洋史学・中国文学の研究からみた『山海経』の山神祭祀
第三節 泰山 封禅儀礼の山
第四節 神仙思想・道教からみた霊山の様体 金文にみえる霊山と唐代の詩作より
第五節 円仁が書き残した霊山 五台山
第六節 成尋の記録による日宋交渉の向こうにみえる仏教の名山 天台山
第七節 日本僧の撰した石碑のある霊山 嵩山
第八節 阿弥陀信仰の展開した霊山 廬山
第九節 朝鮮半島の霊山と山岳信仰
第一〇節 三韓時代の山岳祭祀
第一一節 新羅の山岳祭祀
結語

第三章 東アジアの初期造塔の意味とその展開
序言
第一節 東アジアにおける造塔と舎利埋納に関する諸研究
第二節 中国南北朝時代の初期造塔と信仰
第三節 朝鮮三国時代の造塔と信仰
第四節 東アジアの初期造塔に関する信仰とその展開
結語

終 章
第一節 東アジアにおける日本古代の祖先祭祀と仏教信仰
第二節 朝鮮三国時代の仏教と魏晋南北朝からの影響
第三節 朝鮮三国時代における王陵と宗教文化
第四節 東アジアにおける祭祀の系譜と展開
第五節 金石文にみる東アジアの宗教と信仰

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Monday, February 1, 2016

The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine

Translator:
Ilza Veith (Foreword by Linda L. Barnes)

Publication Year: 
2015 (Paperback)

Publisher:
University of California Press




Abstract:

The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine has become a landmark in the history of Chinese civilization. Written in the form of a dialogue in which the emperor seeks information from his minister Ch’I-Po on questions of health and the art of healing, it is the oldest known document in Chinese medicine. Ilza Veith’s extensive introduction and monumental translation, first published in 1949, make available the historical and philosophical foundations of traditional practices that have seen a dynamic revival in China and throughout the West. A new foreword by Linda L. Barnes places the translation in its historic contexts, underlining its significance to the Western world’s understanding of Chinese medical practice.