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Textual Patterns of the Eight-Part Essays and Logic in Ancient Chinese Texts

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Beschreibung

This book systematically depicts the theory of textual patterns (chengshi) of the eight-part essays and logic in ancient Chinese texts. With the rare materials, it covers all the basic and important aspects of the whole process and values of chengshi, such as the transformation of different parts and the coherent expression of the doctrines, the planning of writing, and the application to the aesthetic and pedagogic fields. It also explores the similarities and disparities of logical patterns between ancient Chinese and Western texts. Though entirely fresh and tentative, the contrastive studies get new insights into the logic and philosophical concepts hidden in the writings for better understanding of the uniqueness and richness implied in Chinese culture.

Autorentext

Dr. Chunlan Jin, an associate professor of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics at the School of Foreign Languages at East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST), received her Ph.D. degree from East China Normal University in 2013. She was a Visiting Scholar at the Department of Classics at UCLA (2015~2016) and was granted the Eurasia-Pacific Uninet Scholarships (Austria, 2012). Her research focuses on linguistics, translation and language teaching. She has published influential papers in journals including SSCI and CSSCI and has edited several books on translation and language teaching as the chief-editor since 2001. Also, she was awarded by ECUST as the "Excellent Young Female Professor" in teaching and research in 2016.



Klappentext

This book systematically depicts the theory of textual patterns (chengshi) of the eight-part essays and logic in ancient Chinese texts. With the rare materials, it covers all the basic and important aspects of the whole process and values of chengshi, such as the transformation of different parts and the coherent expression of the doctrines, the planning of writing, and the application to the aesthetic and pedagogic fields. It also explores the similarities and disparities of logical patterns between ancient Chinese and Western texts. Though entirely fresh and tentative, the contrastive studies get new insights into the logic and philosophical concepts hidden in the writings for better understanding of the uniqueness and richness implied in Chinese culture.



Inhalt
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 A Comparison Between "Qi-cheng-zhuan-he" Pattern and Problem-solution Textual Patterns 1.2 A Conceptual Comprehension of Logic in Traditional Chinese Texts 1.3 The Study Goal, the Methodologies and Significance 1.3.1 The Preliminary Interpretation of the Organization of an Eight-part Es-say 1.3.2 Logical Argument: Universal or Exclusive? References
Chapter 2 Defining Text and Textual Patterns and Describing Logic in Chinese Text 2.1 Definition of Text and Textual patterns 2.2 Description of Logic in Ancient Chinese Text and Textual Patterns 2.3 Aristotle's Rhetoric 2.4. Universal Order (li, " ") in Ancient Chinese Rhetoric 2.5 A Comparison Between Western and Chinese Rhetoric on Textual Patterns 2.6 Contrastive and Intercultural Rhetoric on Textual Patterns References
Chapter 3 Logic in Ancient Chinese Texts 3.1 Discussion of Logic in Ancient Chinese Texts 3.2 Cultural, Rhetoric and Linguistic Factors in Textual Patterns References
Chapter 4 textual patterns of the eight-part essays 4.1 Backgrounds of the Eight-part Essays
4.2 Difference of the Eight-part Essays in Different Periods 4.3 Typical Texture Structure Analysis of Eight-legged Essays References
Chapter 5 Conclusion 5.1 Discussion of Textual Patterns in the Eight-part Essays
5.2 Discussion of Logical Patterns in the Eight-part Essays References
Appendix

Produktinformationen

Titel: Textual Patterns of the Eight-Part Essays and Logic in Ancient Chinese Texts
Autor:
EAN: 9789811523366
ISBN: 9811523363
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Singapore
Genre: Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaften
Anzahl Seiten: 160
Gewicht: 412g
Größe: H241mm x B160mm x T14mm
Jahr: 2020
Auflage: 1st ed. 2020