An annotated translation of Zhong lun [Chung lun] or Discourse on the mean by Xu Gan [Kan Hsü] (170-217 A.D.)
With the establishment of the five Confucian classics as the orthodox state teachings in the reign of Emperor Wu (r.l4l-87 B.C.) of Han ) (206 B.C.-220 A.D.), classical studies became the major focus of Han scholarship until the end of the dynasty. As a result of the establishment of Han classical studies, two schools of scholarship - the New Text School and the Old Text School - came into being and influenced the specific directions intellectual activity was to take in this period. The New...[Show more]
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