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020    0791446379|q(alk. paper) 
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050 00 BP189.3|b.M87 2000 
082 00 297.4/0951|221 
100 1  Murata, Sachiko,|d1943-|0
245 10 Chinese gleams of sufi light :|bWang Tai-yü's Great 
       learning of the pure and real and Liu Chih's Displaying 
       the concealment of the real realm ; with a new translation
       of Lawā'ih from the Persian by William C. Chittick /|cby 
       Sachiko Murata ; with a foreword by Tu Weiming. 
263    0008. 
264  1 Albany, N.Y. :|bState University of New York Press,|c2000.
300    264 pages ;|c24cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |g1.|tChinese-Language Islam|g13 --|tEssentials of Islam
       |g14 --|tChinese Language|g17 --|tWang Tai-yu|g19 --|tLiu 
       Chih|g24 --|tArabic Translation of Liu Chih's Philosophy
       |g28 --|tTranslations into Chinese|g31 --|tNeo-Confucian 
       Background|g35 --|g2.|tWorks of Wang Tai-yu|g43 --|tTrue 
       Answers|g44 --|tReal Commentary on the True Teaching|g48 -
       -|tAdam and Eve: From Chapter Two of the Real Commentary
       |g60 --|tReal Solicitude|g64 --|g3.|tWang Tai-yu's Great 
       Learning|g69 --|tChinese Background|g70 --|tIslamic 
       Concepts|g74 --|g4.|tGreat Learning of the Pure and Real
       |g81 --|tSynopsis: Comprehensive Statement|g84 --|tReal 
       One|g89 --|tNumerical One|g93 --|tEmbodied One|g96 --|g5.
       |tLiu Chih's Translation of Lawaih|g113 --|tOneness of 
       Existence|g116 --|tLiu Chih's Appropriation of Lawaih|g121
       --|tTranslations|g126 --|g6.|tGleams|g128 --|g7.
       |tDisplaying the Concealment of the Real Realm|g129. 
520    Chinese Gleams of Sufi Light investigates, for the first 
       time in a Western language, the manner in which the Muslim
       scholars of China adapted the Chinese tradition to their 
       own needs during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
       The book surveys the 1400-year history of Islam in China 
       and explores why the four books translated from Islamic 
       languages into Chinese before the twentieth century were 
       all Persian Sufi texts. The author also looks carefully at
       the two most important Muslim authors of books in the 
       Chinese language, Wang Tai-yu and Liu Chih. Murata shows 
       how they assimilated Confucian social teachings and Neo-
       Confucian metaphysics, as well as Buddhism and Taoism, 
       into Islamic thought. 
600 10 Wang, Daiyu,|dactive 17th century.|tChʻing chen ta hsüeh. 
600 10 Liu, Zhi,|dapproximately 1662-1730.|tChen ching chao wei. 
650  0 Sufism|xDoctrines.|0
650  0 Islam|zChina.|0
700 1  Chittick, William C.|0
700 02 Jāmī,|d1414-1492.|tLavāyiḥ.|lEnglish & Persian.|0http:// 
700 12 Wang, Daiyu,|dactive 17th century.|tChʻing chen ta hsüeh.
700 12 Liu, Zhi,|dapproximately 1662-1730.|tChen ching chao wei.
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