Table of contents for Filial piety in Chinese thought and history / Edited by Alan K.L. Chan and Sor-hoon Tan.


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Acknowledgements	iii
Contributors	iv
Introduction	1
1. The Evolution of the Concept of Filial Piety (Xiao) in the Laozi, the Zhuangzi, and the 
Guodian Bamboo Text Yucong IKEDA TOMOHISA	21
2. Filial Piety with a Vengeance: the Tension between Rites and Law in the Han
 ANNE CHENG	52
3. Reverent Caring: the Parent-Son Relationship in early Medieval Tales of Filial 
Offsprings KEITH KNAPP	80
4. Filial Devotion for Women: A Buddhist Testimony from Third Century China
 YUET KEUNG LO	134 
5. Immortal Parents and Universal Kin: Family Values in Medieval Daoism
 LIVIA KOHN	172
6. Filial Piety and "Authentic Parents" in Religious Daoism 
 MUGITANI KUNIO	208
7. Imperial Filial Piety as a Political Problem PATRICIA EBREY	230
8. From the Classic of Filial Piety to the Biographical Accounts of Filial Piety: Emperor 
Chengzu and Imperial Filial Piety of the Ming Dynasty LEE CHEUK YIN	264
9. Does Xiao Come Before Ren? ALAN K.L. CHAN	287
10. Filial Piety, Commiseration, and the Virtue of Ren SIN YEE CHAN	325
11. Filial Piety as Virtue PHILIP J. IVANHOE	353
12. Filial Piety as Respect for Tradition A. T. NUYEN	378
13. Reflections on Filiality, Nature, and Nurture LISA RAPHALS	399
14. Filial Daughters-In-Law: Questioning Confucian Filiality SOR-HOON TAN
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Filial piety China, Conduct of life