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 Chu Hsi's Confucian Philosophy in Korea  New window
 A quick overview of the development of Neo-Confucian thought in Korea during the Joseon dynasty.
 Confucianism in the Edo (Tokugawa) Period  New window
 An overview of the Neo-Confucian doctrines adopted under Japan's Tokugawa Shogunate (1603-1867).
 East Asian Confucian-Buddhist Debate  New window
 Charles Muller's annotated translation of two key texts from the conflict between Buddhists and Neo-Confucians in 14th and 15th century Korea.
 Japanese Neo-Confucianism  New window
 Article covering the introduction and development of Neo-Confucian teachings in Tokugawa Japan.
 Neo-Confucianism  New window
 Brief article by Richard Hooker describing the historical context and various schools of Neo-Confucian thought.
 Neo-Confucianism  New window
 Short article by Michael C. Kalton.
 Neo-Confucianism and Later Confucian Philosophy  New window
 An article from Chinaknowledge covering the historical context of the Neo-Confucian awakening, and profiling some key thinkers within this tradition.
 Some Ming Buddhist Responses to Neo-Confucianism  New window
 A 1988 paper by Chun-Fang Yu in the Journal of Chinese Philosophy, reviewing these replies to Neo-Confucian attacks on Buddhist doctrine.
 The Neo-Confucian Confrontation with Buddhism: A Structural And Historical Analysis  New window
 A 1988 paper by Edward T. Ch'ien in the Journal of Chinese Philosophy. Notes the ways in which Neo-Confucian teachings and attitudes toward Buddhism changed over time.
 Wesleyan Confucian Etext Project  New window
 Project to compile electronic texts of Confucian and related philosophical writings, especially Neo-Confucian writings from the 11th to 18th centuries. Extensive online Chinese-language texts are available.

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