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Wang An Shi

(ˈwæŋ ɑːn ˈʃɪ) or

Wang An-shih

n
(Biography) 1021–86, Chinese statesman and writer: remembered for his economic reforms, known as the New Policies (1069–76)
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Translations into English: Jan Walls, "Wang An-shih's 'Record of an Excursion to Mount Pao-ch'an': A Translation and Annotation," in William Nienhauser et al., eds., Critical Essays on Chinese Literature (Hong Kong: Chinese Univ.
(34.) See Yi Pom-hak, "Wang An-shih's Reform Policies: With Emphasis on the Ideological and Theoretical Basis of Hsin-fa," Dongyangsahakyeongu 18: 48-53, 61-63.
Bol, "Government, Society, and State: On the Political Visions of Ssu-ma Kuang and Wang An-shih," in Robert Hymes and Conrad Schirokauer, eds., Ordering the World: Approaches to State and Society in Sung Dynasty China, (Berkeley, 1993), pp.
Isaac of Syria, Ho-Shang Kung, Wu Ch'eng, and Wang An-Shih. The commentaries, while not strictly exegetical, exemplify for the reader possible ways of understanding and appropriating the inexhaustible wisdom of the texts.
But although these figures show a new development in T'ang, the real escalation comes in the Sung: Mei Yao-ch'en 143 Shao Yung 30 Ssu-ma Kuang 27 Wang An-shih 11 Su Ch'e 26 Chang Lei 34 Ch'en Shih-tao 16 Ou-yang Hsiu 10 Wen T'ung 22 Liu Ch'ang 11 Su Shih 117 Huang T'ing-chien 147 Ch'ao Pu-chih 12 Ch'ao Yueh-chih 57
This tension informs Wang An-shih's (1011-86) quatrain, "Wei-ch'i":(50)