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Chinese detective fiction. Siu, R. London: Ithaca Press. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. It remains the dominant form of monastic Daoism in the modern world, especially in its Longmen Dragon Gate lineage. This landmark anthology provides complete or partial translations of twenty-one Quanzhen texts.
Most have never been translated or even discussed in scholarly literature.
Louis Komjathy gives particular attention to work completed by the Quanzhen movement s founder, Wang Chongyang CE , and his first generation disciples. Translations include representative works from every major genre of Quanzhen literature, from poetry and discourse records to didactic texts, commentaries, and hagiographies.
Three monastic manuals from the late medieval and late imperial periods of Quanzhen history are also included. An introduction to Quanzhen Daoism begins the work, and each chapter provides discussions of the history and topics relevant to each translation.
Customer Reviews. Write a review. See any care plans, options and policies that may be associated with this product. Email address. Please enter a valid email address. Based on this brief overview of Quanzhen Daoist history, from its origins in the life and teachings of Wang Chongyang to its diverse expressions in the contemporary world, we may, for heuristic purposes and developing my earlier periodization Komjathy a, ; cf. Yao a; Goossaert , identify a variety of historical phases: 1 formative ; 2 incipient organized ; 3 organized ; 4 expansive ; 5 resurgent ; 6 modern ; 7 contemporary present.
The formative phase dates from Wang Chongyang's decision to fully commit to a Daoist religious way of life and his gathering of the first-generation disciples. The incipient organized phase dates from the coalescing of the early religious community, including the establishment of the five Shandong associations, to the completion of the three-year mourning period following Wang Chongyang's death. The organized phase corresponds to the early ministerial work of the first-generation adherents, the formation of the Quanzhen patriarchate, and the meeting of Qiu Changchun with Chinggis Qan.
The expansive phase. The resurgent phase includes Wang Changyue's revitalization and standardization of Quanzhen monasticism, his formulation of an official Longmen lineage, and the eventual patronage of the Qing imperial elite. The modern phase includes the end of dynastic rule and imperial patronage, including a movement toward increasing secularization, modernization, and detraditionalization.
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Finally, the contemporary phase begins with Deng Xiaoping's social and economic reforms and extends to the recent revitalization and globalization of Quanzhen. Quanzhen Literature Quanzhen literature includes any text that was composed by or is associated with a Quanzhen religious adherent; they are literary works whose authors have affiliation with the Quanzhen tradition and which originate in a Quanzhen religious context see Schipper and Verellen , Such pre-Quanzhen works, usually earlier Daoist scriptures daojing , became part of the religious tradition, but they are not Quanzhen in origin or content.
In my own research, I have found the following typology to be helpful: 1 literary anthologies; 2 discourse records; 3 didactic texts; 4 scriptures and exegeses; 5 histories, hagiographies, and epigraphy; 6 gazetteers and topographies; 7 precept texts and monastic manuals; 8 ritual and liturgical texts; and 9 encyclopedias.
The preferred genre among the early community was poetry; this was followed in prominence by discourse records and, to a lesser extent, by commentaries.