volume 40, issue 2, P307-322 2013
DOI: 10.1163/15406253-04002007
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Bernhard Fuehrer

Abstract: This article explores the received version of Huang Kan’s (488–545) Lunyu Yishu and a Tang manuscript fragment that stems from it, with a view to investigating residues of the oral transmission of glosses and interpretations of the Lunyu (the Analects). The discussion is based on close readings of passages that display remnants of the oral transmission of interpretations and attest to pedagogical techniques applied by Huang Kan during the Liang Dynasty (502–557) and by an unknown tutor in Dunhuang toward the e…

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