Christoph Harbsmeier

Professor emeritus
Bilde av Christoph Harbsmeier
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  • M.A. Oxford
  • dr. phil. Copenhagen

Undervisnings- og veiledningsområder

  • sprog
  • filosofi
  • litteratur
  • moderne kunsthistorie

Faglige kompetanseområder

  • lingvistikk
  • retorikk
  • Malaysia
  • filosofi
  • karikaturens historie
  • gresk og romersk filosofi

Pågående og planlagte forskningsprosjekter ved IKOS

  • Historical keywords in China: Explorative essays in chinese conceptual history
  • Entering Nirvana with a smile: A semantic, philosophical and rhetorical analysis of the oldest buddhist joke collection Baiyujing.
  • Thesaurus Linguae Sericae
  • Concepts that make multiple modernities
  • Globalisation and Conceptual Biodiversity


Emneord: Kinesisk, Zen-filosofi, Kina


  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2015). The Philosophy of the Analytic Appercu. I Gentz, Joachim & Meyer, Dirk (Red.), Literary Forms of Argument in Early China. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 9789004291607. s. 158–174.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2015). On the nature of early confucian classical chinese discourse on ethical norms. Journal of Value Inquiry. ISSN 0022-5363. 49(4), s. 517–541. doi: 10.1007/s10790-015-9530-9.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2013). Plurality and Subclassification of Nouns in Classical Chinese. I Xu, Dan-Dan (Red.), Plurality and Classifiers in Languages Across China. De Gruyter Mouton. ISSN 978-3-11-029382-1. s. 121–142. doi: 10.1515/9783110293982.121.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2013). Zhao Qi he Hanyu Konyu de lishi (Zhao Qi and the History of Colloqual Chinese). I Shongli, Feng (Red.), Hanyu shumianyu de Lishi yu xian zhuang (Written Chinese. The Present and the Past). Peking University Press. ISSN 978-7-301-22686-5. s. 117–125.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2013). Concepts That Make Multiple Modernities: The Conceptual Modernisation of China in a Historical and Critical Perspective. I Kwong-loi, Shun (Red.), Institute of Chinese Studies Visiting Professor Lecture Series (III). Institute of Chinese Studies. ISSN 978-962-633-504-8. s. 23–46.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2013). The Birth of Confucianism from Competition with Organized Mohism. Journal of Chinese Studies. ISSN 1016-4464.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2012). Wenhua jiechu yuyanxue Beijing Xia de Dongganyu yanjiu - "Dongganyu diaocha yanjiu" xu. I Lin, Tao (Red.), Dongganyu diaocha yanjiu. Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Publishers. ISSN 978-7-5161-1418-6. s. 11–17.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2012). Further Reflections on the Unity and Diversity of the Human Mind. East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine. ISSN 1562-918X. s. 177–195. doi: 10.1163/26669323-03601007.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2011). Vasilii Mikhailovich Alekseev and Russian Sinology. T'oung pao (Print). ISSN 0082-5433. 97(4-5), s. 344–370. doi: 10.1163/156853211X592543.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2011). Glück in China. I Thomä, Dieter; Henning, Christoph & Mitscherlich, Olivia (Red.), Glück. Ein interdisziplinäres Handbuch. Verlag J. B. Metzler. ISSN 978-3-476-02285-1. doi: 10.1007/978-3-476-00372-0_62.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2011). Reading the One Hundred Parables Sūtra: The Dialogue Preface and the Gāthā Postface, Zen Rhetoric and Doctrine in China, Korea, and Japan. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 9789004185562. doi: 10.1163/9789004206281_005.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2010). Clavis Syntactica. A Key to Some Basic Syntactic Categories in Classical Chinese (I). I Fang, Yixin (Red.), Han yu shi xue bao 漢語史學報. Zhejiang Jiaoyu Chubanshe 浙江教育出版社. ISSN 9787544431460. s. 35–56.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2010). Some Philosophical Notes On the Gu6dian Manuscript Yucong1. I 何, 志華 (Red.), 先秦兩漢古籍國際學術研討會論文集. 社會科學文獻出版社. ISSN 9787509717592.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2010). Towards a conceptual history of some concepts of Nature in Classical Chinese. I Vogel, Ulrich; Dux, Gunter & Elvin, Mark (Red.), Concepts of Nature: A Chinese-European Cross-Cultural Perspective. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 978-9004185265. s. 220–254.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2010). On the Very Notions of Language and the Chinese Language. Histoire Epistémologie Langage. ISSN 0750-8069. 31(2), s. 143–161.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2010). Autochthonous Cinese Conceptual History in a Jocular Narrative Key: The Emotional Engagement Qing. I Joas, Hans & Klein, Barbro (Red.), The Benefit of Broad Horizons.Intellectual and institutional preconditions for a global social science. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 978-90-04-19284-3. s. 293–313.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph & Bottéro, F. (2008). Xu Shen and the History of the Human Sciences. Asia Major. ISSN 0004-4482. 21, s. 249–271.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2004). The axial millennium in China: a brief survey. I Arnason, Johann (Red.), Axial civilizations and world history. Brill Academic Publishers.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2003). The semantics of qing, Emotions in Chinese Culture. Brill Academic Publishers. s. 32–108.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2001). The Rhetoric of Premodern Prose Style. I Mair, Victor (Red.), Columbia History of Chinese Philosophy. Columbia University Press. s. 881–908.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2001). Rationalite dans l'histoire intellectuelle de la Chine. I Bronkhorst, Johannes (Red.), Rationality in Asia. Brill Academic Publishers. s. 127–151.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2001). May Fourth Linguistic Orthodoxy and Rhetoric: Some Informal Comparative Notes. I Lackner, Michael; Amelung, Iwo & Kurtz, Joachim (Red.), New Terms for New Ideas: Western Knowledge & Lexical change in Late Imperial China. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 90-04-12046-7.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1999). Chinese Rhetoric. T'oung pao. Monographies. ISSN 0169-832X. 85, s. 114–127.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1998). Xunzi and the First Person Pronoun. Early China. ISSN 0362-5028. 22, s. 181–220.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1995). Eroticism in Early Chinese Poetry. Sundry Comparative Notes, Das andere China. Harassowitz. s. 323–380.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1993). Conceptions of knowledge in ancient China. Epistemological issues in classical Chinese philosophy. s. 11–33.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1993). La connaissance du chinois" in Sylvain Auroux, ed., Histoire des id¿es linguistiques, tome 2, Histoire des idees linguistiques, vol. 2. s. 299–312.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1991). The mass noun hypothesis and the part-whole analysis of the White Horse Dialogue. Chinese texts and philosophical contexts. s. 49–66.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1990). Confucius Ridens: Humor in the Analaects. Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies. ISSN 0073-0548. 50(1), s. 131–161.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1990). Some desultory speculations on non-restrictive modification of nouns and parentheses in Latin and pre-Han Chinese. To Soren Egerod on his Sixty-Seventh Birthday. s. 107–117.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1989). Humour in ancient Chinese philosophy. Philosophy East & West. ISSN 0031-8221. 39(3), s. 131–161.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1989). The classical Chinese modal particle yi. Proceedings Second International Conference on Sinology, Academia Sinica. s. 471–503.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1989). Marginalia sino-logica. Understanding the Chinese Mind: The Philosophical roots. s. 59–83.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1988). Marginalia sino-theologica. Exegetisk Aarskrift. s. 26–42.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1987). Where do Classical Chinese nouns come from? Early China. ISSN 0362-5028. s. 77–163.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1986). Some preliminary remarks on Chinese jokes and cartoons. China in the 90ies and Beyond. s. 30–77.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1980). Current issues in Classical Chinese grammar. Acta Orientalia. ISSN 0001-6438. s. 126–148.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1978). H.C. Andersen in China. Anderseniana. ISSN 0084-6465. 2, s. 289–310.

Se alle arbeider i Cristin

  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2001). Manhuajia Feng Zikai: juyou fojiao secai de shehuixianshizhuyi. Xilingyinshe. 150 s.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1998). Language and Logic in Traditional China (= Science and Civilisation in China, vol. 7.3). Cambridge University Press. 609 s.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1998). Language and Logic. Cambridge University Press.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph & Stammerjohann, Harro (1996). Lexicon Grammaticorum. Niemeyer. 1300 s.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1985). Socialism with a Buddhist Face: The Cartoonist Feng Zikai, Universitetsforlaget. 280 s.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1981). Aspects of Classical Chinese Syntax. Routledge Mental Health. 303 s.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1979). Wilhelm von Humboldts Brief an Abel-Rémusat und die philosophische Grammatik des Altchinesischen, (Grammatica Universalis vol. 17). Fromann. 279 s.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1979). Wilhelm von Humboldts Brief an Abel-R¿musat und die philosophische Grammatik des Altchinesischen. Holzmann Verlag. 297 s.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1978). Konfuzius und der R¿uber Zhi. Suhrkamp Verlag. 166 s.

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  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (2003). Thesaurus Linguae Sericae.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1996). Comparative Studies in Latin and classical Chinese Grammar and Rhetoric, 12 Lectures Held at Princeton University, 1995.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1993). The Anatomy of Chinese Laughter. Towards a cultural history of literary impudence, insolence and frivolity in China.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1992). An Annotated Anthology of Comments on Zhuangzi, (Han to Qing) vol. 2: Qiwulun. IOO.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1992). Modern Chinese Analytic Syntax, vol. 2. Serica Osloensis.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1991). An Annotated Anthology of Comments on Zhuangzi, (Han to Qing) vol. I Xiaoyaoyou. IOO.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1991). Modern Chinese Analytic Syntax, vol. 1, Serica Osloensis.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1984). Modern Chinese Image Literature.
  • Harbsmeier, Christoph (1981). Jiao Zhongqing's Wife. An Anonymous Chinese Ballad of the Late 5th or Early 6th Century A.D.. A little grammatical primer.

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