Filial piety and its divine rewards

the legend of Dong Yong and Weaving Maiden with related texts
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Hackett Pub. Co. , Indianapolis
Dong, Yong (Legendary character) -- Legends, Zhi Nü (Chinese deity) -- Legends, Filial piety -- China -- Fol
Other titlesLegend of Dong Yong and Weaving Maiden with related texts
Statementedited and translated, with introduction, by Wilt L. Idema.
GenreLegends, Folklore
ContributionsIdema, W. L.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGR335.4.D65 F55 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23575979M
ISBN 139781603841351, 9781603841368
LC Control Number2009025798

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Filial Piety and Its Divine Rewards: The Legend of Dong Yong and Weaving Maiden with Related Texts by Wilt L. Idema. tales, and plays extolling filial piety (xiao)--the foundational virtue of imperial China--none was more popular in that era than the legend of Dong Yong and his heavenly helpmate, Weaving Maiden.

a glossary, and a. In Confucian, Chinese Buddhist and Taoist ethics, filial piety (Chinese: 孝, xiào) is a virtue of respect for one's parents, elders, and Confucian Classic of Filial Piety, thought to be written around the Qin-Han period, has historically been the authoritative source on the Confucian tenet of filial piety.

The book, a purported dialogue between Confucius and his student Tseng Chinese: 孝. Filial Piety and Its Divine Rewards by Wilt L. Idema,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1).

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It consists of a connected series of bare annals of the state of Lu for the years B.C. To these five "Kings" belongs a sixth, the so-called "Hiao-king" (Book of Filial Piety). The Chinese attribute its composition to Confucius, but in the opinion of critical scholars, it is the product of the school of his disciple, Tsang-tze.

Filial Piety in Chinese Religion Filial piety was an integral part of Chinese culture and therefore was embraced by three of China's main religions: Confucianism, Buddhism, and Daoism.

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Among the three, Confucianism, with its well documented social hierarchy, supported the ideals of filial piety the most. Filial Piety in Chinese Thought and History. by Alan Chan,Sor-Hoon Tan. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book.

Rate it Brand: Taylor And Francis. Filial Piety and Its Divine Rewards: The Legend of Dong Yong and Weaving Maiden, with Related Texts. By Wilt L. Idema. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company, Inc., xxiv + pp.

Appendix, bibliography, glossary. As demonstrated by the bibliography included in the recent Festschrifi in his. Filial Piety and Its Divine Rewards Of the many ballads, tales, and plays extolling filial piety (xiao)—the foundational virtue of imperial China—none was more popular in that era than the legend of Dong Yong and his heavenly helpmate, Weaving Maiden.

Filial Piety and Its Divine Rewards. Of the many ballads, tales, and plays extolling filial piety (xiao)—the foundational virtue of imperial China—none was more popular in that era than the legend of Dong Yong and his heavenly helpmate, Weaving Maiden.

Continually revised and embellished over a millennium, the tale's popularity remains. Chinese Folklore: Myths, Legends, and Fairy Tales, CHT /CHI   For this reason, Judge Bao and the Rule of Law will be widely welcomed by those with an interest in Chinese popular culture, Chinese fiction, Chinese understandings of the law in the premodern era, and the recycling of traditional tales in the present day.

The translations are highly readable with helpful notes on items of cultural knowledge. — Wilt L. Idema, Filial Piety and its Divine Rewards (Hackett,proofread) — Johan Elverskog, Buddhism and Islam on the Silk Road (Pennsylvania,copyedit) — Yi-Li Wu, Reproducing Title: Editorial services (copyediting.

Ten-panel Folding Screen with Scenes of Filial Piety The "Book of Filial Piety" is one of the ethical and moral texts associated with the Chinese sage Confucius (6th-5th century BC). Filial Piety and Its Divine Rewards: The Legend of Dong Yong and Weaving Maiden with Related Texts - AbeBooks: pins.

of Filial Piety, a narrative known since the second century bce and recorded in many versions in oral literature and popular literature. Idema treated the prerevolutionary history of the narrative and translated texts in his work Filial Piety and Its Divine Rewards: The Legend of Dong Yong and Weaving Maiden with Related Texts.

Filial Piety, Guanxi, Loyalty, and Money 53 Moscovici & Vignaux, ), a recent development in the theory of social representations, explicitly draws attention to the dynamics of social knowl. " Piety, that it may become truth and reality, demands morality as its fulfilment, as the only concrete element in which the idea of fellowship with God is realized; morality, that it may find its perfect unfolding, requires the aid of piety, in the light of which alone it can comprehend its.

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Stay safe and healthy. Please wash your hands and practise social distancing. Check out our resources for adapting to these times.7 pins. Filial piety has been an important aspect of Buddhist ethics since early Buddhism, and was essential in the apologetics and texts of Chinese the Early Buddhist Texts such as the Nikāyas and Āgamas, filial piety is prescribed and practiced in three ways: to repay the gratitude toward one's parents; as a good karma or merit; and as a way to contribute to and sustain the social order.

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Wilt L. Idema (born 12 November ) is a Dutch scholar and Sinologist teaching at Harvard University specializing in Chinese literature, with interests in early Chinese drama, Chinese women's literature of the premodern period, Chinese popular narrative ballads, and early development of Chinese vernacular fiction.

He and his wife have two children. This volume originated as a sequel to my work on Dong Yong, Filial Piety and Its Divine Rewards.

Once I started looking into the modern stage adaptations of the legend of Dong Yong’s meeting with an immortal, I was amazed by the number of available scripts, especially of the HuangmeiCited by: 3.

book reviews China THE METAMORPHOSIS OF TIANXIAN PEI: LOCAL OPERA UNDER THE REVOLUTION (­). By Wilt L. Idema. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, + x pp.

$ Tianxian Pei, translated throughout this text as Married to a Heavenly Immortal, is a well-known Huangmei opera. Popular in the PRC since its performance at the East China.

Idema, Wilt L. Filial Piety and Its Divine Rewards, Hackett Publishing, Guo Jujing. “Entering Servitude To Pay For Father’s Funeral: Dong Yong” (Parable Six), The Twenty-Four Paragons of Filial Piety [Ershishi Xiao]. Translator unknown. Koshoibekova, Nargiz.Filial Piety and Its Divine Rewards Wilt L.

Idema Of the many ballads, tales, and plays extolling filial piety (xiao)--the foundational virtue of imperial China--none was more popular in that era than the legend of Dong Yong and his heavenly helpmate, Weaving Maiden.FILIAL PIETY IN CONFUCIANISM AND ISLAM: A COMPARATIVE LITERARY ANALYSIS OF QUR’ĀN, HADĪTH, AND FOUR CHINESE CLASSICS.

Abstract. This article is an attempt to compare the teachings of Confucius and Islam, specifically The Four Books, which are authoritative works on Confucius, and the original sources of Islam, Qur’ān and Sunnah.