Lexicon of Confucianism 儒學詞典

Lexicon of Confucianism 儒學詞典.

Based on a manuscript of Professor Lao Sze-kwang, this resource provides short explanations for the texts, commentaries, personalities, and concepts in Confucianism. Users can browse the entries can be browse the entries by category or title (in pinyin). The search function is provided as well. Users can also download a bibliography (a Microsoft Word file) and view a few images related to Confucianism online.

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MCST – Modern Chinese Scientific Terminologies

MCST – Modern Chinese Scientific Terminologies.

Based on an international research project to understand the Chinese adoption of Western scientific and philosophical terminologies from 1840-1930, the “MCST Databases are intended as a reference tool for researchers interested in the transmission, reception and appropriation of foreign knowledge in modern China. You may search our files either for specific Chinese terms (in Chinese characters or Hanyu pinyin transcription) or for the English words these terms were meant to render, by clicking on ‘Standard Search’ or ‘Complex Search’ above. Search results are presented in chronologically ordered lists. Please input in ‘Big5’ or ‘Traditional Chinese’ encoding.

If you wish to quote data retrieved from the MCST Databases, please indicate the reference as follows:

Lackner, Michael, Amelung, Iwo, Kurtz, Joachim (2001). MCST Databases: An Electronic Repository of Chinese Scientific, Philosophical and Political Terms Coined in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century. Retrieved (current date), from http://mcst.uni-hd.de.” (MCST)

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Charles Muller’s Resources for East Asian Language and Thought

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Developed by Charles Muller, this site includes a variety of databases: Digital Dictionary of Buddhism, CJKV-English Dictionary, The Korean Buddhist Canon: A Descriptive Catalogue, translations of Confucian and Buddhist texts, and other indexes and bibliographies.

Databases from the Center for Chinese Studies 臺灣漢學研究中心資料庫

Databases from the Center for Chinese Studies 臺灣漢學研究中心資料庫.

Scripta Sinica 中央研究院漢籍電子文獻

Scripta Sinica 中央研究院漢籍電子文獻.

Developed by Academia Sinica (中央研究院), the resource provides free access to a number of Chinese sources, including the 13 classics and 25 histories (the subscription-based access may provide access to additional sources).

Link and description updated. (1/31/2010)

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