[:en]Professor Tu has written more than 30 books in English and Chinese, many of which are available from bookstores. The Chinese publications are listed with their romanized titles and an English translation of the title. English Publications

  • Traditional China (editor, with James T. C. Liu), Englewood Cliffs, N.J: Prentice-Hall, 1970.
  • Centrality and Commonality: An Essay on Chung-yung, Honolulu : University Press of Hawaii, 1976.
  • Humanity and Self-Cultivation, Berkeley: Asian Humanities Press, 1979; Boston: Cheng & Tsui Company, 1998; Chinese translation, 1988 (China) & 1992 (Taiwan).
  • Confucian Ethics Today: The Singapore Challenge, Singapore: Federal Publications, 1984; Chinese translation, 1989 (China).
  • Confucian Thought: Selfhood as Creative Transformation, Albany: SUNY, 1985; Chinese translation, 1991 (China) & 1997 (Taiwan).
  • The Way, Learning and Politics in Classical Confucian Humanism, Singapore: Institute of East Asian Philosophies, 1985.
  • Centrality and Commonality: An Essay on Confucian Religiousness (A revised and enlarged edition of Centrality and Commonality: An Essay on Chung-yung), Albany: SUNY, 1989; Chinese translation, 1999 (China).
  • Confucianism in A Historical Perspective, Singapore: Institute of East Asian Philosophies, 1989.
  • The Confucian World Observed: A Contemporary Discussion of Confucian Humanism in East Asia, (editor, with Milan Hejtmanek and Alan Wachman), Honolulu: East-West Center, 1991.
  • The Triadic Chord: Confucian Ethics, Industrial East Asia, and Max Weber : Proceedings of the 1987 Singapore Conference on Confucian Ethics and the Modernization of Industrial East Asia (editor), Singapore: Institute of East Asian Philosophies, 1991.
  • Way, Learning and Politics: Essays on the Confucian Intellectual, Singapore: Federal Publications, 1989; Albany: SUNY, 1993.
  • Neo-Confucian Thought in Action: Wang Yang-ming’s Youth (Based on dissertation The Quest for Self-realization; A Study of Wang Yang-ming’s Formative Years, 1472-1509, 1968), Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976; Korean translation, 1994.
  • China in Transformation (editor), Harvard University Press, 1994.
  • The Living Tree: Changing Meaning of Being Chinese Today (editor), Stanford University Press, 1994.
  • A Confucian Perspective on Human Rights: The Inaugural Wu Teh Yao Memorial Lectures 1995, Singapore: The Centre for the Arts of National University of Singapore, 1996.
  • Confucian Traditions in East Asian Modernity: Exploring Moral Education and Economic Culture in Japan and the Four Mini-Dragons (editor), Harvard University Press, 1996.
  • The Humanities and the Public Intellectual (An essay prepared for Creative America, a report by the President? Committee on the Arts and the Humanities), Washington, D.C.: President? Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, 1998.
  • Confucianism and Human Rights (editor, with Wm. Theodore de Bary), N.Y.: Columbia University Press, 1998.
  • Confucianism Spirituality (editor, with Mary Evelyn Tucker), Volume 11 of ?orld Spirituality: An Encyclopedic History of the Religious Quest?Series, New York: Crossroad, 2002.
  • Local Knowledge, Ancient Wisdom: Challenges in Contemporary Spirituality, by TU Weiming (Author, contributor), and the other four authors: Rubellite Kawena Johnson, Charles H. Long, Jill Raitt, Ewert Cousins and Lawrence E. Sullivan; Institute of Culture and Communication East-West Center Honolulu, HAWAII (1991).
  • Boston Confucianism: Portable Tradition in the Late-Modern World (Suny Series in Chinese Philosophy and Culture); by TU Weiming (foreword), Robert Cummings Neville (author); State University of New-York Press, September 22, 2000.
  • Confucian Spirituality (World Spirituality: an Encyclopedic History of the Religious Quest), Crossroad Publishing Company, June 1, 2002.
  • Confucian Spirituality (World Spirituality), by TU Weiming & Tucker, Mary Evelyn (editors) Volume 1 (June 1, 2003); Volume 2 (July 1, 2004); The Crossroad Publishing Company, New York.
  • Hsieh Liang-tso and the Analects of Confucius: Humane Learning as a Religious Quest (AAR Academy Series) 1st edition, by TU Weiming (foreword), Thomas W.Selover (author), Oxford University Press, January 20, 2005.
  • Joining East and West: a Confucian Perspectives on Human Rights: An Article from Harvard International Review; July 28, 2005.
  • Confucian Studies Volume 1-4: Critical Concepts in Asia Philosophy, by TU Weiming & YAO Xinzhong (editors), London : Routledge, January 15, 2010.
  • The Global Significance of Concrete Humanity: Essays on the Confucian Discourse in Cultural China; Munshirm Manoharlal Pub Pvt Ltd, April 1, 2010.
  • New Horizons in Eastern Humanism: Buddhism, Confucianism and the Quest for Global Peace; by TU Weiming and Daisaku Ikeda; I.B. Tauris, May 24, 2011.
  • Tu Weiming Work Series: Modern Spirit and the Confucian Tradition; Life Reading Joint Publishing, August 1, 2013.

Selected Chinese Publications

  • Sannian de Xu Ai (Three Years?Cultural Reflection in America), Taipei: Zhiwen Press, 1970.
  • Renwen Xinling de Zhendang (Cultivation of the Heart-and-Mind) Taipei: Shibao Publishing Company, 1976.
  • Ruxue di Sanqi Fazhan de Qianjing Wenti (The ?hird Epoch?of Confucian Humanism), Taipei: Lianjing Press, 1989.
  • Rujia Ziwo Yishi de Fansi (Reflection on Confucian Consciousness), Taipei: Lianjing Press, 1990.
  • Rujia Chuantong de Xiandai Zhuanhua (Modern Transformation of Confucian Tradition), ed. Yue Hua, Beijing: Zhongguo Guangbo Dianshi Press, 1992.
  • Wenhua Zhongguo yu Rujia Chuantong (Cultural China and Confucian Tradition), Singapore: National Singapore University Press, 1996.
  • Ruxue Fazhan de Hongguan Toushi (Essays on the Development of Confucianism), editor, Taipei: Zhengzhong Press, 1997.
  • Xiandai Jingsheng yu Rujia Chuantong (Modernity and Confucian Tradition), Taipei: Lianjing Press, 1996; Beijing: Sanlian Publishers, 1997
  • Yiyang Laifu (An Anthology of Tu Weiming), ed. Chen Yinchi, Shanghai: Shanghai Wenyi Press, 1997.
  • Bainian Zhongguo Zhexue Jingdian (20th Century Chinese Philosophy), editor (with Tang Yijie), Shenzhen: Haitian Press, 1998.
  • Shinian Jiyuan Dai Ruxue (East Asian Values and Confucianism), Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 1999
  • Du Weiming Xueshu Wenhua Suibi (Anthology of Tu Weiming), ed. Cheng Man-lung, Beijing: Zhongguo Qingnian Press, 1999.
  • Wenhua Zhongguo de Renzhi yu Guanhuai (Cultural China: Issues and Concerns), Taichung: Tunghai University Center for General Education, 1999.
  • Du Weiming Wenji (The Collective Works of Du Weiming, eds. Guo Qiyong & Zheng Wenlong, 5 Volumes), Wuhan: Wuhan Publishing House, 2002.

 [:zh] 主要论著编著

  • 1970年,《传统的中国》(合编,英文),美国普伦蒂斯·霍尔
  • 1970年,《三年的畜艾》,台北志成出版社
  • 1976年,《中与庸:论儒学的宗教性》(英文),美国夏威夷大学出版社
  • 1976年,《人文心灵的震荡》,台北时报出版公司
  • 1976年,《行动中的宋明儒家思想:王阳明的青年时代(1472—1509)》(英文),美国柏克莱加州大学出版社
  • 1979年,《仁与修身:儒家思想论文集》(英文),美国柏克莱亚洲人文出版社
  • 1984年,《今日的儒家伦理:新加坡的挑战》(英文),新加坡联邦出版社
  • 1984年,《儒家思想——以创造转化为自我认同》(英文),美国纽约州立大学出版社
  • 1988年,《人性与自我修养》,中国和平出版社中译版
  • 1988年,《仁与修身:儒家思想论文集》美国波士顿Cheng & Tsui出版社
  • 1989年,《儒学第三期发展的前景问题》,台湾联经出版事业公司
  • 1989年,《新加坡的挑战——新儒家伦理与企业精神》,北京三联书店中译版
  • 1989年,《道、学、政:论儒家知识分子》(英文),新加坡东亚哲学研究所
  • 1989年,《中与庸:论儒学的宗教性》(英文),美国纽约州立大学出版社二版
  • 1990年,《儒家自我意识的反思》,台北联经出版事业公司
  • 1991年,《三重和弦:儒家伦理、工业东亚及韦伯》(主编,英文)新加坡东亚哲学研究所
  • 1991年,《儒家思想新论——创造性转换的自我》,江苏人民出版社中译版
  • 1992年,《人性与自我修养》,台北联经出版事业公司中译版
  • 1992年,《儒家传统的现代转化——杜维明新儒学论著辑要》,中国广播电视出版社
  • 1992年,《儒家世界的透视:当代东亚儒家人文精神的讨论》(主编,英文),美国夏威夷东西中心
  • 1993年,《道、学、政:论儒家知识分子》(英文),美国纽约州立大学出版社
  • 1995年,《常青树:今天做中国人的意义》(主编,英文),美国斯坦福大学出版社
  • 1995年,《转化中的中国》(主编,英文),美国哈佛大学出版社
  • 1996年,《东亚现代性中的儒家传统:日本和“四小龙”的道德教育与经济文化》(主编,英文),美国哈佛大学出版社
  • 1996年,《现代精神与儒家传统》,台北联经出版事业公司
  • 1997年,《儒家思想——以创造转化为自我认同》,台北东大图书股份有限公司中译版
  • 1997年,《现代精神与儒家传统》,北京三联书店版
  • 1997年,《儒学发展的宏观透视:新加坡1988年儒学群英会纪实》(主编)台北正中书局
  • 1997年,《一阳来复》,上海文艺出版社
  • 1998年,《儒学与人权》(合编,英文),美国纽约哥伦比亚大学出版社
  • 1999年,《论儒学的宗教性——对〈中庸〉的现代诠释》,武汉大学出版社中译版
  • 1999年,《十年机缘待儒学》(周勤),香港牛津出版社
  • 1999年,《文化中国的认知与关怀》,台北稻乡出版社
  • 1999年,《杜维明学术文化随笔》,中国青年出版社
  • 2000年,《寻求文化的尊严:余秋雨和杜维明谈中国文化》,湖南人民出版社
  • 2000年,《道、学、政:论儒家知识分子》(英文),上海人民出版社中译版
  • 2000年,《儒家精神性》(合编,英文),美国纽约十字路口出版社
  • 2000年,《儒家的人论》(合编,英文),美国纽约哥伦比亚大学出版社
  • 2001年,《杜维明:文明的冲突与对话》,湖南大学出版社
  • 2002年,《杜维明文集》(五卷),武汉出版社
  • 2005年,《对话与创新》,广西师范大学出版社
  • 2006年,《儒家传统与文明对话》,河北人民出版社
  • 2008年,《思想•文献•历史:思孟学派新探》,北京大学出版社
  • 2008年,《中庸洞见》(中英文对照),人民出版社
  • 2009年,《现代性与物欲的释放:杜维明先生访谈录》,中国人民大学出版社
  • 2010年,《儒家传统与文明对话》,河北人民出版社,人民出版社
  • 2010年,《天与人:儒学走向世界的前瞻》,北京大学出版社
  • 2011年,《孟子与阿奎那(美德理论与勇敢概念)》,中国社会科学出版社
  • 2011年,《切中伦常:<中庸>的新诠与新译》,中国社会科学出版社
  • 2012年,《体知儒学:儒家当代价值的九次对话》,浙江大学出版社
  • 2012年,《现龙在田:在康桥耕耘儒学论述的抉择(1983-1985)》,北京大学出版社
  • 2013年,《迈进“自由之门”的儒家:伯克利十年(1971-1981)》,北京大学出版社
  • 2013年,《龙鹰之旅:从哈佛回归东海的认同和感悟(1966-1970)》,北京大学出版社
  • 2013年,《杜维明作品系列》,生活•读书•新知三联书店
  • 2013年,《从轴心文明到对话文明:嵩山论坛文集•2012》(编者),光明日报出版社
  • 2014年,《二十一世纪的儒学》,中华书局
  • 2014年,《杜维明思想学术文选》,上海古籍出版社


3 Responses to [:en]Books[:zh]著作[:]

  1. Robert Pierce says:


    Do not want to disturb him, but does anyone recall the 4 stages of the development of Confucianism as Professor Tu may have delineated them in a 1986 article or book (or at some other time?)

    Xie Xie

  2. Arttatrana Nayak says:

    I disagree with the negative views reflected in the Chinese press during the cultural revolution. Confucius was a progressive thinker. I would very much like to go through the ideas and views of Prof. Du Weiming on the historic development of Chinese philosophy. How does he views Chinese philosophy on the backdrop of Western and the Indian philosophy?

  3. Jeff Miller says:


    Just curious: what English translations of the Four Books does Dr. Tu recommend?




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