• Ji Zhe, Religion, modernité et temporalité. Une sociologie du bouddhisme Chan contemporain (Religion, modernity and temporality: A sociology of contemporary Chan Buddhism)

    Paris, CNRS Editions, 2016, 348 pp. Review by Sébastien Billioud For several years now and through a number of books and articles, Ji Zhe, professor at…

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  • In Memoriam: Joël Thoraval (1950-2016)

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  • Yoshiko Ashiwa and David L. Wank (eds), Making Religion, Making the, State. The Politics of Religion in Modern China

    Yoshiko Ashiwa and David L. Wank (eds), Making Religion, Making the, State. The Politics of Religion in Modern China, Stanford, Stanford University Press, 2009, 294…

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  • Lijiao: The Return of Ceremonies Honouring Confucius in Mainland China

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  • The Contemporary Revival of Confucianism: Anshen liming or the Religious Dimension of Confucianism

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  • John Makeham, Lost Soul, Confucianism in Contemporary Chinese Academic Discourse

    In describing the transformation of modern Confucianism into discourses disassociated from the whole body of practices to which it was traditionally attached, the historian Yu…

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  • Térence Billeter, L’Empereur jaune, Paris, Les Indes savantes, 2007, 549 pp.

    In this book on Huangdi, the Yellow Emperor, the mythical patron figure of Chinese civilization, Térence Billeter presents a meticulously documented study on the Chinese…

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  • Jiaohua: The Confucian Revival in China as an Educative Project

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  • Confucianism, “cultural tradition” and official discourses in China at the start of the new century

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  • Kwong-loi Shun, David B. Wong (eds.), Confucian Ethics, A Comparative Study of Self, Autonomy and Community, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2004, 228 pp

    “The truth is plain: there are no such [natural or human] rights, and belief in them is one with belief in witches and unicorns”.[1] This…

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