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Author Song, Jaeyoon

Title Traces of Grand Peace Classics and State Activism in Imperial China
Published Boston : BRILL, 2015


Description 1 online resource (453 p.)
Series Harvard University Studies in East Asian Law Ser
Harvard University Studies in East Asian Law Ser
Contents Intro -- Traces of Grand Peace: Classics and State Activism in Imperial China -- Contents -- List of Tables and Figures -- Conventions -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- PART I: WEALTH, POWER, AND LEGITIMACY -- 1. A Brief History of the Zhouli, 200 BC-AD 900 -- 2. The Ascent of the Zhouli before the New Policies -- 3. The Zhouli and Li Gou's Constitutional Agenda -- 4. The Rise of the Zhouli during the New Policies Period -- PART II: BUREAUCRACY AND STATE MANAGEMENT -- 5. The New Learning and the Politics of Etymology -- 6. Premiership and the Principles of Bureaucracy
7. The Supreme Ruler and Political Legitimacy -- PART III: ECONOMIC PLANS, SOCIAL ORGANIZATION, AND MORAL SUASION -- 8. Economic Plans and Popular Welfare -- 9. The Realms of Governance and the Methods of Education -- 10. "To Unify Morality and Correct Customs" -- PART IV: POLITICAL VISIONS AND PLANS FOR REFORM IN THE NEW POLICIES PERIOD -- 11. The Political Geography of the Western Zhou -- 12. The Fengjian System in the Zhouli -- 13. The Market, Social Organization, and the Military System -- 14. Taking Back the Zhouli in the Southern Song -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography
List of Chinese Characters -- Index -- Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series
Notes Description based upon print version of record
Subject Zhou Gong, -1105 B.C. -- Influence
Zhou li -- Criticism, interpretation, etc
Zhou Gong, -1105 B.C.
Chinese literature -- 221 B.C.-960 A.D. -- History and criticism
Chinese literature
Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)
Genre/Form Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781684170821