By Nicolas Zufferey

ISBN-10: 2501069056

ISBN-13: 9782501069052

Un ouvrage très pédagogique sur les divers courants de los angeles pensée chinoise

L’ouvrage, très obtainable au grand public, passe en revue tous les courants de l. a. pensée : Confucianisme, taoïsme, bouddhisme, les Cent Écoles… Il donne des bases et des repères et permet d’établir des liens avec les questions contemporaines que sont les droits de l’homme ou les valeurs asiatiques.

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94 Rather, the impact of Islam was economic. In particular, the incorporation of India within the explosive world of global trade made possible by the Caliphate made the situation better both eco­ nomically and politically. Thus as the Indian economy revived so too did the political structures that maintained the flow of commodities. In turn these states also used their new resources in order to finance religious insti­ tutions. In this regard only the Pala dynasty was expressly Buddhist. The other two, especially the Gurjura-Pratiharas, actively promoted Hinduization.

127 Moreover, in 871 the Caliphate completely renounced control of Sind. In turn this power vacuum was filled by the Isma‘ilis, the third branch of the Islamic community beside the Sunni and Shi‘a, who ruled Sind for the next 150 years (879-1025 c . e . ) . Moreover, being avowed enemies of the Sunni Caliphate in Baghdad the Isma‘ilis shifted the trade networks of this pivotal economic region away from the Persian Gulf toward the Red Sea. In this way they bolstered the rise not only of their Shi‘ite allies in Egypt, the Fatimid dynasty (909-1171 c .

And to a certain extent they succeeded. 54 Shortly thereafter came the Chinese and Tibetans and finally the Arabs, all culminating in the famous Battle of Talas in 751. While this historical sketch is brief it nevertheless brings to the fore the central consequence of the Kushan’s loss of the northwest and their retreat Figure 3. G an dharan Buddha, Pakistan, ca. 33). Reproduced courtesy o f The T ram m ell and M argaret Crow Collection o f Asian Art. Map 3. Kushan Empire. 30 Chapter One to the south: the removal of northwest India and Central Asia from the Indie orbit.

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