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Missionary in Confucian Garb(Roads to the World Series)(English Chinese edition)

Author:Zhu Jing

Publication date:2010-01-01

ISBN:9787508517186

Language:Chinese-English

Abstract:

This book is about the Italian Jesuit, Matteo Ricci, who had traveled to China in the 16th century as a missionary, and lived in the country for 28 years until his death. It is a story of his efforts and achievements in facilitating the cultural exchange between the East and West. Matteo Ricci was c...
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This book is about the Italian Jesuit, Matteo Ricci, who had traveled to China in the 16th century as a missionary, and lived in the country for 28 years until his death. It is a story of his efforts and achievements in facilitating the cultural exchange between the East and West. Matteo Ricci was committed and diligent in learning Chinese culture, and he assimilated himself successfully into China’s society. In the process, he introduced Western scientific knowledge to the Chinese people, and also introduced Chinese culture to the Westerners. The Journals of Matteo Ricci in China is known to be a fundamental literary work that introduced China to the Westerners. Matteo Ricci was reputed as “the Father of China’s Catholicism”, and the pioneer of Western’s Chinese Studies. He is hailed as the role model in the history cultural exchange between the East and West.

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  • 封面

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  • 扉页

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  • 目录

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  • Foreword

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  • I. Matteo Ricci's Passage to China

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  • II. The Establishment of the Catholic Movement

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  • III. The Long-awaited Entrance to Beijing

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  • IV. Taking Root in Beijing

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  • V. Connecting the East and West through Friendship

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  • VI. Burial in Beijing

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  • VII. The Question of Rites

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  • 前 言

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  • 1.千辛万险,初抵中国

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  • 2.改着儒服,开拓基业

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  • 3.辗转反复,终入皇城

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  • 4.皇帝上宾,扎根京城

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  • 5.广交朋友,汇通中西

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  • 6.赐葬北京,永留中华

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  • 7.身后困惑,礼仪之争

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  • 版权页

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  • 封底

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