Xiong He (1247-1312) from Fujian province was a leading Confucian scholars of the neo-Confucian school of Zhu Xi (1130-1200) in late Song early Yuan times. The article discusses Xiong's scholarly thought and achievements as a champion of Zhu Xi's thought and learning, and explains the posthumous difficulties of Xiong's getting the highest recognition of a Confucian master from the Ming court.
|Translated title of the contribution||The late Song early Yuan Confucian Xiong He’s (1247-1312) scholarship and thought and the case of his failure to be canonized in the Confucian temple|
|Original language||Chinese (Traditional)|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 1998|
- Xiong He (1247-1312)
- Confucian canonization
- Zhu Xi's thought and learning
- late Song neo-Confucianism