In: Asian and African Studies, vol. 27, no. 2
Rok, strany: 2018, 111 - 124
Tang Yijie, Yue Daiyun, “Cultural Revolution”, New Confucianism, harmony vs. uniformity, universal values
Typ článku: Chinese Philosophy
Professor Tang Yijie (1927 ̶ 2014) was one of the most prominent philosophers of the PRC after the “Cultural Revolution” (1966 ̶ 1976). He was the leading representative of New Confucianism, the main trend in Chinese philosophy of the 20th and (beginning of the) 21st centuries. This essay points out mainly the author’s personal reminiscences concerning him and his wife Yue Daiyun (1931 ̶ ) and their strain to overcome the huge impact of the ultra-leftist views of the period 1949 ̶ 1978, which made all scholarly development in the humanities impossible. It is mostly about our meetings, correspondence, discussions and the facts often unknown to other scholars, but also within the possibilities of a short review presenting his life and work.
Gálik, M. 2018. TANG YIJIE: CONTEMPORARY CHINESE NEW CONFUCIANIST. In Asian and African Studies, vol. 27, no.2, pp. 111-124. 1335-1257.
Gálik, M. (2018). TANG YIJIE: CONTEMPORARY CHINESE NEW CONFUCIANIST. Asian and African Studies, 27(2), 111-124. 1335-1257.
Vydavateľ: Institute of Oriental Studies
Publikované: 15. 11. 2018