6 edition of Lun-hêng. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Translated from the Chinese and annotated by Alfred Forke|
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Lunheng adalah sebuah teks klasik Tionghoa karya Wang Chong ( kr. M). Pertama kali terbit pada 80 M, karya tersebut berisi esai-esai kritikal tentang ilmu alam dan mitologi, filsafat dan sastra Tionghoa.. Referensi. Chan, Wing-Tsit. A Source Book in Chinese ton University Press. Forke, Alfred, tr. Hanzi sederhana: 《论衡》. Abstract. The ancient Chinese model of the cosmos called gai tian (“canopy heaven”) that is explained in the Zhou bi (“gnomon at Zhou”) in the first century BC (but containing much older material) and in additional sources, differs fundamentally from the usual archaic conception of a flat earth with a hemispherical celestial vault, like that of the Presocratic Author: Dirk L. Couprie.
If several chapters of this book seem to be but slightly concerned with the special subject of Weihaiwei, it is because the chief interest of the place to the student lies in the fact that it is an epitomised China, and because if we wish fully to understand even this small fragment of the Empire we must make many long excursions through the. appeared, of which the best known is the Book of the Mountains and Seas (Shan Hai Ching). This book, arranged according to regions of the world, contains everything known at the time about geography, natural. philosophy, and the animal and plant world, and also about popular myths. This tendency to systemization is. shown also in the.
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The Lunheng, also known by numerous English translations, is a wide-ranging Chinese classic text by Wang Chong ( c. CE). First published in 80 CE, it contains critical essays on natural science and Chinese mythology, philosophy, and fied Chinese: 《论衡》.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wang, Chong. Lun-hêng. New York: Paragon Book Gallery, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.
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Lun-hêng, Volume 1, Part 1 ATLA monograph preservation program Lun-hêng, Alfred Forke Volume 14 of Mittheilungen des Seminars für orientalische Sprachen an der Königlichen Friedrich Wilhelms-Universität zu Berlin: Author: Chong Wang: Editor: Alfred Forke: Translated by: Alfred Forke: Publisher: O.
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1 Lun-Hêng. By Alfred Forke. Paragon Book Gallery, New York, Pt. I, iv + ; Pt. II, vi + U.S.S 2 D. Leslie is a Research Fellow in the Department of Far Eastern History, Australian National University, Canberra. LUN HENG fall of great men and reigns.
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Forke, Alfred, tr. Lun-hêng, Part 1. Philosophical Essays of Wang Ch'ung. Harrassowitz. Lun Hêng(论衡),works by Wang Ch'ung, PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS OF WANG CH'UNG,TRANSLATED FROM THE CHINESE AND ANNOTATED ALFRED FORKE. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Alfred Forke (Forke, Alfred, ) Forke, Alfred, Katalog des Pekinger Tripitaka der Königlichen Bibliothek zu Berlin (in German; Berlin: Behrend und Co., ) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing.
Additional books from the extended shelves. The first translator of the two chapters on Confucius and Mencius and of the autobiography, Hutchinson, says of the Lun-hêng:—"The whole book will repay perusal, treating as it does of a wide range of subjects, enabling us to form some idea of the state of the Chinese mind at the commencement of the Christian era.Wang Chong ?
2d ed. vi, p. ; 24 cm. Paragon Book Gallery New York, N.Y. BW25 L o "An unaltered and unabridged reprint of the last () edition" Includes bibliographical references and index.
Digitized for Prof. Anne Kinney, Dept. of Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures, University of Virginia.Une édition électronique réalisée à partir du texte de Wang Ch'ung, LUN-HÊNG [LUNHENG]. Part I, Philosophical essays. Ttraduits et annotés par Alfred Forke.
Leipzig, Londres, Réimpression par Paragon Book Gallery, New York, Volume I, pages de pages. Une édition réalisée par Pierre Palpant, bénévole, Paris.