Table of contents for Heterodoxy in late Imperial China / Edited by Kwang-Ching Liu and Richard Shek.


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PREFACE
Introduction
PART I. THE EARLY SOURCES
1. Early Daoism in Retrospect: Cosmology, Ethics, and
Eschatology Kwang-Ching Liu and Richard Shek
2. Ethics and Polity: The Heterodoxy of Buddhism,
Maitreyanism, and the Early White Lotus
Richard Shek
3. The Origins of Ming Buddhist Schism  Whalen Wl Lai

PART II. ASPECTS OF POPULAR RELIGION
4. Daoism and Orthodoxy: The Loyal and Filial Sect
Richard Shek
5. Daoism and Local Cults: A Case Study of the Cult
of Marshal Wen Paul R. Katz
6. Shamanism in the Eyes of Ming and Qing Elites
" Donald S. Sutton

PART III. ETERNAL MOTHER RELIGION
7. Eternal Mother Religion: Its History and Ethics
Richard Shek and Tetsur5 Noguchi
8. Religion and Politics in the White Lotus Rebellion
of 1796 in Hubei Kwang-Ching Liu




PART IV. LATE QING PERSPECTIVES
9. The Triads and Their Ideology Up to the
Early Nineteenth Century: A Brief History
Wen-hsiung Hsu
10. The Heaven and Earth Society in the Nineteenth
Century: An Interpretation David Faure
11. The Taipings in Chinese Sectarian Perspective
P Richard Bohr
12. Popular and Elite Heterodoxy Toward the
End of the Qing Don C. Price

AFTERWORD: THE TWENTIETH-CENTURY PERSPECTIVE
APPENDIX: A NOTE ON THE USAGE OF THE
CHINESE TERMS FOR HETERODOXY
GLOSSARY
CONTRIBUTORS
INDEX





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: China Religion History, Heresy