School of reformist Confucian thought which arose in the 11th century AD and was codified by Zhu Xi in the 12th century.
Confucianism in the Edo (Tokugawa) Period
An overview of the Neo-Confucian doctrines adopted under Japan's Tokugawa Shogunate (1603-1867).
The Neo-Confucian Confrontation with Buddhism: A Structural And Historical Analysis
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.
Short article by Michael C. Kalton.
Some Ming Buddhist Responses to Neo-Confucianism
A 1988 paper by Chun-Fang Yu in the Journal of Chinese Philosophy, reviewing these replies to Neo-Confucian attacks on Buddhist doctrine.
Wesleyan Confucian Etext Project
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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