課程資訊
課程名稱
西方的中國學術思想史研究
STUDIES OF CHINESE INTELLECTUAL HISTORY IN THE WEST 
開課學期
97-2 
授課對象
文學院  歷史學研究所  
授課教師
田 浩 
課號
Hist5345 
課程識別碼
123 U7770 
班次
 
學分
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期三2,3(9:10~11:10) 
上課地點
文18 
備註
範疇:中國、外國。領域:思想。
限學士班三年級以上
總人數上限:24人 
Ceiba 課程網頁
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/972intellectual 
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課程概述

The ultimate purpose of this course is to enhance students’ understanding of Western approaches, methodologies, and interpretations of Chinese intellectual history. The focus will be on the Song period, particularly on Confucian thought and action during the Song. You may read these assignments in Chinese, but you are encouraged to also look at the English originals which are given in the weekly assignments. The course will culminate exploring a comparative history of ancient Greek and Han dynasty medicine because it is a particularly well executed work.

Discussion and written work is acceptable in either Chinese or English. You are encouraged to take the opportunity to practice your English, but if you do not feel comfortable speaking or writing in English, you may use Chinese. It is important to participate in discussions.

While reading and discussing articles and essays selected from major journals and books in the field, we will not only pay attention to understanding content, but more importantly to exploring the way the various authors have formulated the question or issues, how they weigh the importance of different evidence, how they sustain their line of argument and reach their conclusions. Although these essays have much to admire, we will also strive to read them critically and suggest ways the authors might have written better books or made stronger arguments. This approach should not only enhance our understanding of Chinese Studies abroad but also enable us to participate in international discourse on Chinese intellectual history.
 

課程目標
To practice our critical analytical skills and to prepare for class discussions, each student will come to class each week with a one-page report on the assigned reading. The report should provide a brief abstract of the author’s thesis and line of argument. Moreover, each person should make some tentative evaluation of the reading. These reports will help us focus on the issues to be discussed in class. These weekly written reports and discussion will be part of the final grade.

For the final exam, each student will write a concluding paper analyzing and reflecting on two of the assigned core readings and one additional reading of your choice. Some suggested examples are provided below; and if you do not consider these suggested examples appropriate to the theme you want to develop, the teacher will help you select a reading more appropriate to your theme. Try to select three items that are comparable and make some evaluation of how the subfield has developed. More details will be provided in class. That final exercise will provide not only a basis for pulling together what we have learned about the subject but also an opportunity to display our enhanced critical and analytical skills.
 
課程要求
Discussions and reports in either Chinese or English

課堂報告60% 出席10% 期末報告30% 
預期每週課後學習時數
 
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參考書目
Core Assigned Readings:

Kuriyama, Shigehisa The Expressiveness of the Body and the Divergence of Greek
and Chinese Medicine. New York: Zone Books, 2002.

《宋代思想史论》(Collected Essays on the History of Thought in the Song
Dynasty), edited by 田浩 (Hoyt Tillman), (北京:社会科学文献出版社,2003).
You are encouraged to read or at least refer to the original English articles
given for each reading in the weekly assignments.

Recommended Readings for Your Individual Paper:

Geoffrey Lloyd and Nathan Sivin, The Way and the Word: Science and Medicine in
Early China and Greece (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2002).

Peter K. Bol, “This Culture of Ours” (Stanford: Stanford University Press,
1992).

Tian Hao (Hoyt Tillman), Zhu Xi de siwei shijie (Zhu Xi's World of Thought),
Expanded and revised edition, (Taipei: Yunchen wenhua gongsi, 2008).

Hilde de Weerdt, Competition over Content: Negotiating Standards for the Civil
Service Examinations in Imperial China (1127-1279), (Cambridge, MA: Harvard
University Asia Center, Harvard University Press, 2007).

Lionel M. Jensen, Manufacturing Confucianism: Chinese Traditions and Universal
Civilization (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1997).
 
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評量方式
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課程進度
週次
日期
單元主題
第1週
02/18  Introduction and Overview 
第2週
02/25  Report and Discuss: essays by吾妻重二 and 田浩in《宋代思想史論》, 7-29, 77-97;或者其原文:“A New Direction in Confucian Scholarship,” Philosophy East and West, 42.3 (July 1992), 455-475. 
第3週
  Report and Discuss: 作者序言and essay by 詹啟華(Lionel Jensen) in 《宋代思想史論》, 1-6, 77-97;或者其原文: “Among Fallen Idols and Noble Dreams: Notes from the Field of Chinese Intellectual History,” Studies in Chinese History 《中國史學》7 (1998). 
第4週
  Report and Discuss: essay by 包弼德 (Peter Bol) in《宋代思想史論》, 111-183;或者其原文:“Government, Society, and State,” in Robert Hymes and Conrad Schirokauer, eds., Ordering the World (Berkeley: University of California Press), 128-92. 
第5週
  Report and Discuss: essay by 包弼德 (Peter Bol) in《宋代思想史論》, 184-230;或者其原文:“Su Shih and Culture,” in Kidder Smith, et al. eds., Sung Dynasty Uses of the I Ching (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1990), 56-99. 
第6週
  Report and Discuss: essays by 余英時 (Yu Ying-shih) and 金永植 (Kim Yung Sik) in《宋代思想史論》, 257-303;或者其原文:“Morality and Knowledge in Chu Hsi’s Philosophical System,” in Wing-tsit Chan, ed., Chu Hsi and Neo-Confucianism (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1986), 228-253; and “Chu Hsi on Calendar Specialists and their Knowledge,” T’oung Pao, 78.1-3 (1992), 94-115. 
第7週
  Report and Discuss: essays by 艾周思 (Joseph Adler) and 柏清韵 (Bettine Birge) in《宋代思想史論》, 304-393;或者其原文:“Chu Hsi and Divination,” in Kider Smith, et al eds., Sung Dynasty Uses of the I Ching (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1990), 169-205, 222-226, 234-35; and “Chu Hsi and Women’s Education,” in Wm. Theodore de Bary and John Chaffee, eds., Neo-Confucian Education (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1989), 325-367. 
第8週
  Report and Discuss: essays by賈德訥 (Daniel Gardner) and閔道安 (Achim Mittag) in《宋代思想史論》, 394-425, 489-517;或者其原文:“Modes of Thinking and Modes of Discourse in the Sung,” Journal of Asian Studies 50.3 (August 1991), 574-603; and “Change in Shijing Exegesis,” T’oung Pao 79.4-5 (1993), 197-224. 
第9週
  Report and Discuss: essays by 韓明士 (Robert Hymes) and田浩 (Hoyt Tillman) in 《宋代思想史論》, 445-488;或者其原文:“Lu Chiu-yuan, Academies, and the Problem of the Local Community,” in Wm. Theodore de Bary and John Chaffee, eds., Neo-Confucian Education (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1989), 432-456; and “Intellectuals and Officials in Action,” Asia Major 4.2 (December 1991), 1-15. 
第10週
  Report and Discuss: essay by田浩 (Hoyt Tillman) in 《宋代思想史論》, 518-576;或者其原文:Ch’en Liang on Public Interest and the Law (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1994), most sections. 
第11週
  Report and Discuss: essay by 蔡涵墨in 《宋代思想史論》;或者其原文:“The Making of a Villain,” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 58.1 (June 1998), 59-146. 
第12週
  Report and Discuss: Shigehisa Kuriyama, The Expressiveness of the Body and the Divergence of Greek and Chinese Medicine (New York: Zone Books, 2002), 7-14, 17-60. 
第13週
  Report and Discuss: Kuriyama, 61-108. 
第14週
  Report and Discuss: Kuriyama, 111-151. 
第15週
  Report and Discuss: Kuriyama, 153-192. 
第16週
  Report and Discuss: Kuriyama, 195-231. 
第17週
  Report and Discuss: Kuriyama, 233-272. 
第18週
  Overview of the Field