4 edition of The Chinese Rites Controversy found in the catalog.
The Chinese Rites Controversy
David E. Mungello
by Loyola Pr
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||356|
Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History. International Symposium on the Significance of the Chinese Rites Controversy in Sino-Western History ( San Francisco, Calif.) Contents/Summary. Nettetal. Steyler Verlag. Stock ID # x + pp, footnotes, index, glossary, hardback, 24 x cm, very good copy. The Rites Controvesy posed the question of whether it is necessary to change a culture in order to adopt a foreign religion. Specifically, it asked whether the Chinese who adopted Christianity also had to adopt Western Culture.
The Chinese rites controversy: its history and meaning / edited by D.E. Mungello Steyler Nettetal [Germany] Australian/Harvard Citation. Mungello, David E. & Monumenta Serica Institute. & Ricci Institute for Chinese Western Cultural History. The Chinese Rites controversy was a dispute within the Catholic Church from the s to the early 18th century  about whether Chinese folk religion rites and offerings to the emperor constituted idolatry. Pope Clement XI decided in favor of the Dominicans (who argued that Chinese folk religion and offerings to the emperor were incompatible with Catholicism), which greatly reduced Catholic.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Roman documents concerning the Chinese rites controversy () by, , Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History edition, in English. prelude to the 19th century: jesuit missionaries in china and the “rites controversy” Significant contact between China and Europe began during the latter half of the Ming dynasty (). China officially began to trade with the Portuguese in , and soon after, European Jesuits began to establish a presence in Macao and eventually.
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Book Description. This collection presents the proceedings of an international conference on the significance of the Rites Controversy in Sino-Western history, held in San Francisco in It contains fifteen articles by contemporary mainstream China scholars from four continents, including some of the most eminent names in Sinology today.
Chinese Rites Controversy, a 17th–18th-century argument originating in China among Roman Catholic missionaries about whether the ceremonies honouring Confucius and family ancestors were so tainted with superstition as to be incompatible with Christian belief.
The Jesuits believed that they probably. christianity and chinese rites controversy 81 the metropolis or including in Rome, the problem of the tablets of the ancestors was made global, giving place to a discussion of great interest.
The Chinese Rites Controversy, One of the religious debates in 18th century Catholicism focused on the issue of "Chinese rites." The Society of Jesus (Jesuits) was successful in penetrating China and serving at the Imperial court. They impressed the Chinese with their knowledge of astronomy and mechanics, and in fact ran the Imperial.
The Chinese rites controversy. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people ancestors apostolic delegate authorities Bernard-Maitre Bishop bull Bullarium catechism Catholic Church century ceremonies China Chinese rites Chinese Rites Controversy Chinese society Christians civil and political Clement XI Collectanea concerning condemned.
"Chinese Voices in the Rites Controversy: The Role of Christian Communities" published on 22 Jun by Brill. The Chinese Rites Controversy: From Its Beginning to Modern Times [Minamiki, George] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Chinese Voices in the Rites Controversy: Travelling Books, Community Networks, Intercultural Arguments Author. Genre/Form: Church history History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Minamiki, George, Chinese rites controversy. Chicago: Loyola University Press.
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The dispute, principally between the Jesuit missionaries and the Dominicans and others, soon reached Rome and was the cause of monumental controversy and eventually stringent prohibitions by Rome.
Chinese Voices in the Rites Controversy: Travelling Books, Community Networks, Intercultural Arguments. Bibliotheca Instituti Historici SI Rome: Institutum Historicum Societatis Iesu, pp. Hardcover €, isbn controversy.
The Chinese Rites Controversy was perhaps the most bitter and long-lasting of all. The grand old man of China mission history, Henri Bernard-Maître S.J., even argued that it was possi-bly in terms of the number and caliber of the par-ticipants, its length and ferocity, the greatest inter-nal struggle in the long history of the.
The so-called Chinese Rites Controversy constitutes a field not yet really explored. The reasons are manifold: a forbidden subject untilthe lack of access to archives and sources, and so on. An introduction to the Chinese rites controversy / D.E.
Mungello --Claims and counter-claims: the Kangxi emperor and the Europeans () / Jonathan D. Spence --Jesuit accommodation and the Chinese cultural imperative / Erik Zürcher --Chinese literati and the rites controversy, 18thth centuries / John Dragon Young --From Manila to.
The item Roman documents concerning the Chinese rites controversy (), translations by Donald F. Sure ; edited with introductions and summaries by Ray R. Noll represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or.
This review is transcluded from Talk:Chinese Rites controversy/GA1. The edit link for this section can be used to add comments to the review. Reviewer: Tomcat7 (talk contribs)25 February (UTC) GA review (see here for what the criteria are, and here for what they are not) It is reasonably well written.
marginality of Rome in Chinese studies was the narrowfocus of the ecclesiastical collections: a large portion of the Chinese materials found there wasgathered in the context of the famous--or rather notorious--Chinese Rites Controversy. Starting in the s, Rome became the main site of a bitter theological struggle overmissionary.
The Chinese Rites Controversy: Its History and Meaning (Monumenta Serica Monograph Series) [Mungello, D. E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Chinese Rites Controversy: Its History and Meaning (Monumenta Serica Monograph Series)Author: D.
Mungello. CHINESE RITES CONTROVERSY Spanning three centuries from the s tothe Chinese Rites Controversy arose from a disagreement between the Jesuits on the one hand, and the Dominicans, Franciscans and the Paris Foreign Missionaries, on the other, on the various rituals that were used in the cult of Confucius and the veneration of ancestors (the so-called "Chinese rites").The first is a multi-volume history of the Chinese Rites Controversy, which has been conducted under the auspices of the Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History at the University of San Francisco, which has a unique collection of manuscripts, copies of archival material and rare books collected by Francis Rouleau, SJ, and augmented.Special mention must be made of Erik Zurcher's remarkable contribution, for it is one the very few chapters that considers the essentially European Rites Controversy from a Chinese perspective.
Zurcher presents a fascinating interpretation of early Chinese Christianity as an "indigenous marginal religion," a hybrid created by converted Chinese.