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Philosophy and Confucian tradition

Author: Lai Chen; Qiuhai Wang
Publisher: Encino : Bridge21 Publications, [2019]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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As Chinese philosophy absorbs Western influences, it need not deny its own unique sources and methods. The author argues that the introduction of Western thought to modern China in the past one hundred years will lead to the birth of a new philosophy with traditional Chinese cultural features. Although an anti-traditional attitude prevails among younger intellectuals today, Confucianism is by no means dead and gone.  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lai Chen; Qiuhai Wang
ISBN: 9781626430365 1626430365
OCLC Number: 1097167264
Language Note: Translated from Chinese.
Notes: Translation by Wang Qiuhai
Original Chinese language edition published by Beijing Normal University Press (Group) Co., Ltd., @ 2015.
Description: 298 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Preface --
Review and forecast of modern Chinese ideologies --
Confucius and contemporary China --
Theory of mind in Xiong Shili's philosophy --
Ma Yifu's theory of Li and Qi --
The realm of Feng Youlan's philosophy --
Liang Shuming's theory of the human mind --
Challenges of Chinese philosophy at the turn of the century --
Three themes of early political philosophy --
Mencius's thought in the commentary on the Five Virtues copied on silk --
Human nature in Xunzi's political philosophy --
Zhuzi's neo-Confucian philosophy in his "Commentaries on the Doctrine of the Mean" --
Being and non-being in the philosophy of Wang Yangming --
Original substance and the good of energy force in the philosophy of Wang Fuzhi --
Endnotes --
Index.
Responsibility: Chen Lai.

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As Chinese philosophy absorbs Western influences, it need not deny its own unique sources and methods. Philosophers are re-examining the Confucian classics with a modern critical perspective,  Read more...

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