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The authorship, text, and history of the hymn dies irae: with critical, historical and biographical n - The Authorship, Text, and History of the Hymn Dies Irae



Like most classical Chinese texts, the Mozi , our main source for Mohist thought, originally consisted of a collection of bamboo-strip scrolls called pian , or “books,” each of which was itself a distinct text or series of short texts ranging in length from several hundred to several thousand graphs. Hence the Mozi is not a single composition or work, in the modern sense, but an anthology of diverse writings probably composed at different times by different writers or editors. No part of the anthology purports to be from the hand of Mo Di himself.

According to a table of contents compiled during or before the Han dynasty (206 BCE–219 CE), the Mozi originally consisted of 71 books, of which 18 are now lost. The 71 books fall into five groups, which are likely of different origin.

This article focuses on aspects of Mohist thought as presented in the core doctrinal books (the ten triads, books 8-37) and the dialogues (books 46-49). (For more information on Later Mohist thought, see the separate entry for “Mohist Canons.”)

Like most classical Chinese texts, the Mozi , our main source for Mohist thought, originally consisted of a collection of bamboo-strip scrolls called pian , or “books,” each of which was itself a distinct text or series of short texts ranging in length from several hundred to several thousand graphs. Hence the Mozi is not a single composition or work, in the modern sense, but an anthology of diverse writings probably composed at different times by different writers or editors. No part of the anthology purports to be from the hand of Mo Di himself.

According to a table of contents compiled during or before the Han dynasty (206 BCE–219 CE), the Mozi originally consisted of 71 books, of which 18 are now lost. The 71 books fall into five groups, which are likely of different origin.

This article focuses on aspects of Mohist thought as presented in the core doctrinal books (the ten triads, books 8-37) and the dialogues (books 46-49). (For more information on Later Mohist thought, see the separate entry for “Mohist Canons.”)

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