The paper researched the history and political-cultural implications of the canonization of one the greatest Yuan-dynasty Confucians Wu Cheng (1249-1333), from the first suggestions in the mid 14th century to his first induction into the Confucian temple in 1435 and its withdrawal in 1530 by the Ming emperors to its resurrection in 1737 by the Qing emperor Qianlong.
|Translated title of the contribution||The process and historical implications of the Yuan Confucian Wu Cheng’s canonization in the Confucian temple|
|Original language||Chinese (Traditional)|
|Publication status||Published - 28 Jul 1997|
- Wu Cheng (1249-1333)
- Yuan-dynasty Confucianism
- Confucian canonization