On Conceptual Distinctions within the Early Imperial Astral Sciences

Abstract : This talk explores the difference between the actors' categories tianwen 天文 ('heavenly patterns') and li 曆 ('sequencing') into which the astral sciences were divided in early imperial China. Redrawing this distinction in terms of bibliography, textual genre, practice, institutions, authorial cultures, and historical visions, I briefly discuss how the two interacted over the course of their histories in the first millennium CE.
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XX Biennial Conference of the European Association of Chinese Studies, Jul 2014, Braga, Portugal
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Daniel Patrick Morgan. On Conceptual Distinctions within the Early Imperial Astral Sciences. XX Biennial Conference of the European Association of Chinese Studies, Jul 2014, Braga, Portugal. 〈hal-01333671〉

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