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The Category and the Social Institution of Preceptorship (Li Ji): a Textual Analysis of Several Chapters

ФИО студента: Tatiana Mishniakova

Руководитель: Dmitry Khudyakov

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Программа: Asian Studies (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2017

Theme: "The category and the social institution of preceptorship (jiao 教) in ancient Chinese ideology according to the book of Rites (Li JI): a textual analysis of several chapters. " The content of the bachelor’s project is 42 pages. 30 sources were used in writing this bachelor’s project. Keywords: ideology, institute of mentoring, Confucianism, antiquity, ancient China, hermeneutics. The object of the study is the ideology of ancient China, namely the period of composing the Li Ji monument and the institution of preceptorship. The subject of the study is directly the "Li Ji" monument itself, namely its separate chapters. The project includes an introduction, two chapters, intermediate conclusions on the chapters and the final conclusion. The introduction reveals the relevance of research on the chosen theme, the problem, the purpose and objectives of the study are posed, the object, the subject of scientific searches are determined, the methodological base of research is also formulated. In chapter one, it is proposed to consider the historical background for the transformation of Confucianism to the ideological base and history of the "Li Ji" monument itself. In chapter two, the practical application of the methods of hermeneutic analysis to the texts of the chapters of "Zhong Yun," Da Xue "and" Qu Li (2) " The conclusion describes the significance of the results obtained by such an analysis. The conclusion is devoted to the main conclusions of all work on the established purpose and objectives.

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