School of reformist Confucian thought which arose in the 11th century AD and was codified by Zhu Xi in the 12th century.

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Confucianism in the Edo (Tokugawa) Period
An overview of the Neo-Confucian doctrines adopted under Japan's Tokugawa Shogunate (1603-1867).
The Neo-Confucian Confrontation with Buddhism: A Structural And Historical Analysis
A 1988 paper by Edward T. Ch'ien in the Journal of Chinese Philosophy. Notes the ways in which Neo-Confucian teachings and attitudes toward Buddhism changed over time.
Neo-Confucianism
Short article by Michael C. Kalton.
Some Ming Buddhist Responses to Neo-Confucianism
A 1988 paper by Chun-Fang Yu in the Journal of Chinese Philosophy, reviewing these replies to Neo-Confucian attacks on Buddhist doctrine.
Wesleyan Confucian Etext Project
Project to compile electronic texts of Confucian and related philosophical writings, especially Neo-Confucian writings from the 11th to 18th centuries. Extensive online Chinese-language texts are available.
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