Chinese ethics for the new century

the Ch"ien Mu lectures in history and culture, and other essays on science and Confucian ethics by Donald J Munro

Publisher: The Chinese University Press in Hong Kong

Written in English
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  • Ethics -- China,
  • Philosophy, Confucian,
  • Philosophy and science

Edition Notes

Includes index

StatementDonald J. Munro
SeriesChi"en Mu 35054028320485lectures
The Physical Object
Paginationxlv, 158 p. ;
Number of Pages158
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17155341M
ISBN 109629960567

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In this sense, the future of Confucian ethics lies in its relevance to moral psychology. Therefore, the title of this book: "A Chinese Ethics for the New Century." A good portion of the book concerns the notion of equality in Confucian classics and the absence of the notion of autonomy therein.3/5(1).

In this sense, the future of Confucian ethics lies in its relevance to moral psychology. Therefore, the title of this book: "A Chinese Ethics for the New Century." A good portion of the book concerns the notion of equality in Confucian classics and the absence of the notion of autonomy therein.3/5.

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