Language as bodily practice in early China a Chinese grammatology

Bibliographic Details
Authors and Corporations: Geaney, Jane (Author)
Title: Language as bodily practice in early China a Chinese grammatology Jane Geaney
published:
Albany: SUNY Press, [2018]
Physical Description:xxxix, 308 Seiten
Part of: Suny series in Chinese philosophy and culture
ISSN/ISBN: 9781438468600
1438468601
Summary:Discounting the language crisis in early China -- The crisis of blockage: accessing and transmitting obscure things -- The crisis of blockage: why not language and reality? -- The prescriptive crisis: nomenclature, not system -- The prescriptive crisis: naming and distinguishing -- The prescriptive crisis: correcting names without performing rules -- Understanding early Chinese conceptions of speech and names -- Successful communication: getting the Yi and becoming Tong -- Ritual versus Li as the visible complement of sound -- Zhengming and Li as the visible complement of sound -- Embodied Zhengming: how we are influenced by seeing and hearing -- Separating Lunyu 12.11 from Zhengming -- Glossary of terms with aural or visual associations
Type of Resource:Book
Source:Verbunddaten SWB
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index. - Einzelne Textstellen in chinesischer Sprache und Schriftzeichen
Language: English