- Title Pages
- Glossary of East Asian Names
- Glossary of East Asian Terms
- The Contributors
- Editor’s Introduction: Four Centuries of Islamic Thought in Chinese
- 1 A Proper Place for God: Ma Zhu’s Chinese-Islamic Cosmogenesis
- 2 Liu Zhi: The Great Integrator of Chinese Islamic Thought
- 3 <i>Tianfang Sanzijing</i>: Exchanges and Changes in China’s Reception of Islamic Law
- 4 The Multiple Meanings of Pilgrimage in Sino-Islamic Thought
- 5 Ethnicity or Religion? Republican-Era Chinese Debates on Islam and Muslims
- 6 Selective Learning from the Middle East: The Case of Sino-Muslim Students at al-Azhar University
- 7 Secularisation and Modernisation of Islam in China: Educational Reform, Japanese Occupation and the Disappearance of Persian Learning
- 8 Between ‘Abd al-Wahhab and Liu Zhi: Chinese Muslim Intellectuals at the Turn of the Twenty-first Century
- Islamic Thought in China
- Jonathan Lipman
- Edinburgh University Press
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