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Publications - Makeham, John

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Journal articles

  • Makeham, J (2014). The Significance of Xiong Shili's Interpretation of Dignaga's Alambana-Pariksa (Investigation of the Object) Journal of Chinese Philosophy. Vol. 40 205-225.
  • Makeham, J (2014). Chan, Alan K. L., and Yuet-Keung LO, eds., Philosophy and Religion in Early Medieval China Albany: State University of New York Press, 2010, 375 pages Journal title not found SCOPUS. Vol. 13 123-126.
  • Makeham, J (2013). Book Review- China: The Political Philosophy of the Middle Kingdom, by Tongdong Bai The China Journal. Vol. 80 253-255.
  • Makeham, J (2013). Research and Reflections on Zhang Taiyan Frontiers of Literary Studies in China. Vol. 7 339-345.
  • Makeham, J (2012). Meinert, Carmen (ed.): Traces of Humanism in China: Tradition and Modernity. New Brunswick: Transaction - book review Asiatische Studien / Études Asiatiques. Vol. 66 495-498.
  • Makeham, J (2012). Discipling Tradition in Modern China: Two Case Studies History and Theory. Vol. 51 89-104.
  • Makeham, J (2011). The Revival of Guoxue China Perspectives. Vol. 1 14-21.
  • Makeham, J (2009). Thinking with Cases: Specialist Knowledge in Chinese Cultural History Asian Studies Review. Vol. 33 110-112.
  • Makeham, J (2009). The Analects of Confucius Quarterly Journal of Chinese Studies. Vol. 49 .
  • Makeham, J (2009). In Quest of the Authentic Confucius China Heritage Quarterly. Vol. 18 5.
  • Makeham, J (2009). Book Review: The Readability of the Past in Early Chinese Historiography Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies. Vol. 69 471-478.
  • Makeham, J (2007). Masters Studies and Logic: Cornerstone and Benchmark in the Establishment of Chinese Philosophy Xueshu Yuekan. Vol. 39 62-66.
  • Makeham, J (2006). Confucian Cultures of Authority Asian Studies Review. Vol. .
  • Makeham, J (2006). Book Review: A Chinese Ethics for the New Century: the Ch'ien Mu Lectures in History and Culture, and Other Essays on Science and Confucian Ethics The China Journal. Vol. 55 209-211.
  • Makeham, J (2006). Book Review: Selfless Offspring: Filial Children and Social Order in Medieval China Journal of Chinese Religions. Vol. tba unknown.
  • Makeham, J (2005). Transformation of Knowledge into Wisdom: The Qinghua School and 20th Century Chinese Philosophy Dao. Vol. 7 .
  • Makeham, J (2005). Contemporary Chinese Thought Contemporary Chinese Thought. Vol. 1 ?.
  • Makeham, J (2005). Fangtan Lin Anwu lun 'xin ruxue' yu 'hou xin ruxue' (1) (An interview with Lin Anwu on New confucianism and Post New confucianism(No 2)) Ehu Yuekan (Legein Monthly). Vol. 30 15-21.
  • Makeham, J (2005). Fangtan Lin Anwu lun 'xin ruxue' yu ' hou xin ruxue' (2) (An Interview with Lin Anwu on New Confucianism and Post New Confucianism. No 2) Ehu Yuekan (Legein Monthly). Vol. 30 50-64.
  • Makeham, J (2004). Book review: Confucianism for the Modern World The China Journal. Vol. 52 150-152.
  • Makeham, J (2004). Book Review: Confucian Spirituality Sophia. Vol. 43 unknown.
  • Makeham, J (2004). Zaoqi Zhongguo wenben de zhezong quanshi fangshi (A compromise Hermeneutical Method for Early Chinese Texts) Zhongguo Zhexueshi (History of Chinese Philosophy). Vol. 2 114-119.
  • Makeham, J (2004). Mou Zongsan and the Contemporary Circumstances of the Rujia - Annotated translation of Zhen Jiadong Contemporary Chinese Thought. Vol. Winter (Northern) 67-88.
  • Makeham, J (2004). Between History and thought--Mou Zongsan and the New Confucianism that Walked Out of History - Annotated translation of Zheng Jiadong Contemporary Chinese Thought. Vol. Winter (Northern) 49-66.
  • Makeham, J (2004). An Overview of the New Confucian Intellectual Movement and Its Characteristics - Annotated translation of Guo Qiyong Contemporary Chinese Thought. Vol. 36 18-48.
  • Makeham, J (2004). Guo Qiyong and Zheng Jiadong on New Confucianism Contemporary Chinese Thought. Vol. Winter (Northern) Mar-17.
  • Makeham, J (2002). Hermeneutics and Early Chinese Texts: The Case of the Analects Sophia. Vol. 4 55.
  • Makeham, J (2001). Interpreting Mencius New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies. Vol. 3 20-33.
  • Makeham, J (2000). He Yan, Xuanxue and the Editorship of Lunyu JiJie Early Medieval China. Vol. 5 Jan-35.
  • Makeham, J (2000). Craft and Commentary Early Medieval China. Vol. 6 98-117.

Books

  • Makeham, J (2014). Transforming Consciousness: Yogacara Thought in Modern China . Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Makeham, J (2012). Learning to Emulate the Wise: The Genesis of Chinese Philosophy as an Academic Discipline in Twentieth-Century China . Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.
  • Makeham, J (2010). Dao Companion to Neo-Confucian Philosphy . London: Springer.
  • Makeham, J (2008). Lost Soul: Confucionism in contemporary Chinese academic discourse . Cambridge, MA USA: Harvard University Press.
  • Makeham, J & Buell, P (2008). China: The World's Oldest Living Civilisation Revealed . London: Thames and Hudson.
  • Makeham, J & Hsiau, A (2005). Cultural, Ethnic, and Political Nationalism in Contemporary Taiwan: Bentuhua . United States: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.
  • Makeham, J (2003). Transmitters and Creators: Chinese Commentators and Commentaries on the Analects . United States: Harvard University Press.
  • Makeham, J (2003). New Confucianism: A Critical Examination . United States: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.
  • Makeham, J (2002). Balanced Discourses . United States: Yale University Press.

Book chapters

  • Makeham, J (2014). Xiong Shili's Critique of Yogacara Thought in the Context of His Constructive Philosophy. In John Makeham (Ed.), Transforming Consciousness: Yogacara Thought in Modern China (pp. 242-282) Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Makeham, J (2014). Introduction. In John Makeham (Ed.), Transforming Consciousness: Yogacara Thought in Modern China (pp. Jan-38) Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Makeham, J (2013). Zhu Xi. In Hugh LaFollette (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Ethics (pp. 5575-5582) United States of America: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
  • Makeham, J (2013). Epistemological Nativism and Inner Logic of Chinese Philosophy. In (Ed.), Institute of Chinese Studies Visiting Professor Lecture Series (III) (pp. 91-113) Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.
  • Makeham, J (2012). Intellectual History and the Inner Logic of Chinese Philosphy (in Mandarin). In Guo Qiyong (Ed.), Studies on Confucian Culture (in Mandarin) (pp. 273-288) Beijing, Republic of China: Joint Publishing Co., Beijing.
  • Makeham, J (2012). Ruzue between Scholarship, Faith, and Self-Cultivation: Some Desultory Historical and Methodological Reflections. In Liu Ziaogan (Ed.), The Journal of Chinese Philosphy and Culture: Confucianism: Scholarship, Faith and Self-Cultivation (pp. Jan-22) China: Lijiang Publishing House (漓江出版社).
  • Makeham, J (2012). Epilogue: Inner Logic, Indigenous Grammars, and the Identity of Zhongguo Zhexue. In John Makeham (Ed.), Learning to Emulate the Wise: The Genesis of Chinese Philosophy as an Academic Discipline in Twentieth-Century China (pp. 347-372) Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.
  • Makeham, J (2012). Zhang Taiyan, Yogacara Buddhism, and Chinese Philosophy. In John Makeham (Ed.), Learning to Emulate the Wise: The Genesis of Chinese Philosophy as an Academic Discipline in Twentieth-Century China (pp. 103-128) Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.
  • Makeham, J (2012). The Role of Masters Studies in the Early Formation of Chinese Philosophy as an Academic Discipline. In John Makeham (Ed.), Learning to Emulate the Wise: The Genesis of Chinese Philosophy as an Academic Discipline in Twentieth-Century China (pp. 73-101) Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.
  • Makeham, J (2012). Hu Shi and the Search for System. In John Makeham (Ed.), Learning to Emulate the Wise: The Genesis of Chinese Philosophy as an Academic Discipline in Twentieth-Century China (pp. 163-185) Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.
  • Makeham, J (2012). Introduction [to Learning to Emulate the Wise: The Genesis of Chinese Philosophy as an Academic Discipline in Twentieth-Century China]. In John Makeham (Ed.), Learning to Emulate the Wise: The Genesis of Chinese Philosophy as an Academic Discipline in Twentieth-Century China (pp. Jan-35) Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.
  • Makeham, J (2011). Cong Zhongguo zhexue de neizai luoji dao duoyuan de Zhongguo zhexue [From The Inner Logic of Chinese Philosophy to Pluralist Chinese Philosophy]. In Liu Xiaogan (Ed.), Journal of Chinese Philosophy and Culture (pp. 279-291) Hong Kong: Lijiang Publishing House (漓江出版社).
  • Makeham, J (2011). Han Yu and Li Ao's Lunyu Bijie Interpretation of the Analects. In GUO Qiyong and HU Chunyi (Ed.), Essays on Confucianism in East Asia (pp. 152-178) Changsha (China): National Taipei University Press.
  • Makeham, J (2010). Zhongguo guandian (Understanding, Hermeneutics and the Rujia Tradition) [Daotong wenti de fanxiang (Reverberations of the Daotong Problem)]. In Lin Wei-chieh, Chiu Hwang-Hai (Ed.), Understanding, Interpretation and the Confucian Tradition: Chinese Perspective (pp. 293-311) Taipei: Academia Sinica.
  • Makeham, J (2010). Introduction (Dao Companion to Neo-Confucian Philosphy). In John Makeham (Ed.), Dao Companion to Neo-Confucian Philosphy (pp. ix-xiii) London: Springer.
  • Makeham, J (2009). Dong Ya ruxue yu Zhonghua minzuzhuyi: yizhong lai zi bianyuan de guandian (East Asian Confucianism and Zhonghua nationalism: A view from the periphery). In FU DAN DA XUE WEN SHI YAN JIU YUAN (Ed.), Congzhoubian kan Zhongguo (China Viewed from the Perspective of its Neighbors) (pp. 119-125) Beijing: Zhonghua Book Company.
  • Makeham, J (2009). La filosophia cinese nel xx secolo (Chinese Philosophy in the 20th century). In G. Samarani and M. Scarpari (Ed.), La China vol III, Verso la Modernita (The China vol 3, toward modernity) (pp. 883-923) Turino: Giulio Einaudi editore.
  • Makeham, J (2009). Han Yu and Li Ao's Lunyu Bijie Interpretation of the Analects. In Zhang Kunjiang (Ed.), DongYa Lunyu xue: Zhongguo pian (East Asian Analects Studies: Chinese volume) (pp. 297-344) Taipei: National Taipei University Press.
  • Makeham, J (2009). The Past at Present: China's Confucian Revival. In Mary Farquhar (Ed.), 21st Century China: Views from Australia (pp. 169-181) Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Makeham, J (2007). Meiji scholarly resources,logic and the early form of Chinese philosophy. In Jing Haifeng (Ed.), Picking up the Thread: Contemporary Reflections on the Structure of Chinese Philosophy and its Future Prospects (pp. 106-116) Beijing: Beijing University Press.
  • Makeham, J (2006). A New Hermeneutical Approach to Chinese Texts: The Case of the Analects. In Lauren Pfister (Ed.), Hermeneutical Thinking in Chinese Philosophy (pp. 95-108) Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
  • Makeham, J, Hsiau, A & Oliver, B (2005). Bentuhua: Cultural, Ethnic, and Political Nationalism in Contemporary Taiwan - Introduction. In J Makeham, A-Chin Hsiau (Ed.), Cultural, Ethnic, and Political Nationalism in Contemporary Taiwan: Bentuhua (pp. Jan-14) United States: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.
  • Makeham, J & Hsiau, A (2005). Indigenization Discourse in Taiwanese Confucian Revivalism. In J Makeham, A-Chin Hsiau (Ed.), Cultural, Ethnic, and Political Nationalism in Contemporary Taiwan: Bentuhua (pp. 287) United States: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.
  • Makeham, J (2004). Mozi. In Gale (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Religion (2nd ed) (pp. ) sacred-magick.org: Sacred Magick Online.
  • Makeham, J (2003). The School of Names. In Antonio S Cua (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Chinese Philosophy (pp. 491-498) United States: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Makeham, J (2003). The New Daotong. In J Makeham (Ed.), New Confucianism: A Critical Examination (pp. 55-78) United States: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.
  • Makeham, J (2003). The Retrospective Creation of New Confucianism. In J Makeham (Ed.), New Confucianism: A Critical Examination (pp. 25-53) United States: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.
  • Makeham, J (2003). New Confucianism: A Critical Examination - Introduction. In J Makeham (Ed.), New Confucianism: A Critical Examination (pp. Jan-21) United States: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.
  • Makeham, J (2000). Confucius' Concept of Knowledge. In Jay L Shaw (Ed.), Concepts of Knowledge: East and West (pp. 69-75) Unknown: Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture.

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