Internet Guide for Chinese Studies Newsletter
06 Feb 2005, recorded by Hanno E. Lecher

New in IGCS - Philosophy


Ed./Corp.: Confucius2000, [China?].
Language: Chinese (GB).

Supplied note: "The most highly trafficked Chinese site on Confucianism.
Hundreds of articles by contemporary Chinese scholars on a wide variety of
topics, updated daily" [cited from, accessed 5 Feb

Description: The site also includes a very powerful search facility able to
search either the complete site or only certain parts. An extra search
facility with predefined search terms (mostly names of scholars such as Qian
Mu etc.) is also available.

Contents: (1) Confucius; (2) Confucianism; (3) Taoism; (4) Voices from East
and West; (5) Scholarship; (6) Thoughts, history, words and poems; (7)
Sources; (8) Discussion board; (9) Articles by scholars; (10) Journals; (11)
State of the field; (12) News; (13) Tsinghua University research on ancient
bamboo and silk documents; (14) Research on the Yijing; (15) Discussion
forum on education on the Classics; (16) Research on Shao Yong; (17)
Classical Chinese Studies FAQ; (18) Research on the philosophical schools of
the Zhou Dynasty; (19) The shrine of Zhang Zai and his academy; (20) Emotion
and Righteousness - Ethics and Law; (21) Confucianism and Religion; (22)
Buddhism; (23) Confucianism in Japan; (24) Trends of thought in 20th Century
China; (25) Society of East Asian Philosophy (Korea); (26) Duan Zhengyuan
and the Society of Ethics; (27) School of Taizhou; (28) Park and shrine of
Cheng Hao and Cheng Yi; (29) Site search.

Resource suggested by Rudolf Wagner, Institute of Chinese Studies,
Heidelberg University, Germany.


With kind regards,

Hanno E. Lecher



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