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The Resource Confucianism for the contemporary world : global order, political plurality, and social action, edited by Tze-ki Hon and Kristin Stapleton

Confucianism for the contemporary world : global order, political plurality, and social action, edited by Tze-ki Hon and Kristin Stapleton

Label
Confucianism for the contemporary world : global order, political plurality, and social action
Title
Confucianism for the contemporary world
Title remainder
global order, political plurality, and social action
Statement of responsibility
edited by Tze-ki Hon and Kristin Stapleton
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
181/.112
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
B127.C65
LC item number
C643 2017
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1958-
  • 1963-
  • 2012
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Hon, Tze-Ki
  • Stapleton, Kristin
  • Beyond the New Confucianism: Confucian Thought for Twenty-first Century China (Conference)
Series statement
SUNY series in Chinese philosophy and culture
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Philosophy, Confucian
  • Confucianism
  • Confucianism
  • Confucianism
  • Confucianism
  • PHILOSOPHY
  • Confucianism
  • Confucianism
  • Confucianism
  • Philosophy, Confucian
  • China
Label
Confucianism for the contemporary world : global order, political plurality, and social action, edited by Tze-ki Hon and Kristin Stapleton
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"This volume originated in an April 2012 international conference sponsored by the UBCI: "Beyond the New Confucianism: Confucian Thought for Twenty-first Century China." Tzeki Hon and I organized the event. With the exception of one chapter, all of the essays in this volume were originally presented and discussed at the 2012 conference in Buffalo"--Foreword
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • List of Illustrations; Preface; Introduction; The Openness of the 1980s and 1990s; Global and Local Factors; New Confucianism as a Modernization Theory; The Moral Foundation of Contemporary Democratic Institutions; New Understanding of Tang Junyi; Confucius as a Commodity and a Cultural Icon; Confucianism of the Twenty-First Century; Notes; Part One: Capitalism and the Global Order; 1. Global Capitalism with Chinese Characteristics Fang Keli's New Confucian Research Project (1986-1995); Three Intellectual Currents; Three Generations of New Confucians; Confucian Capitalism
  • ConclusionNotes; 2. Confucianism, Community, Capitalism Chen Lai and the Spirit of Max Weber; Confucianism as a Moral Project: The Critique of Instrumental Rationality; Instrumental Rationality and East Asian Development; Chen Lai, Max Weber, and the Chinese Discourse on Modernity; Notes; 3. Realizing Tianxia Traditional Values and China's Foreign Policy; The Concept of Tianxia; A Hierarchical World Order; Political Meritocracy; Social Harmony; Conclusion; Notes; 4. Confucianism to Save the World; Which Confucianism?; How Can Political Confucianism Save the World?; China as a Role Model?
  • NotesPart Two: Political Plurality and Civil Society; 5. Building Democracy The Theory and Practice of Contemporary New Confucianism; Confucianism and Democracy; The 1958 Declaration; Mou Zongsan's Contribution; The Perfect Balance; Taiwan Democracy; Notes; 6. Self-Restriction and Progressive Confucianism; Self -- Restriction in Politics; Is This Confucianism?; Progressive Confucianism; Notes; 7. Confucianism and Civil Society The New Meanings of "Inner Sage" and "Outer King"; The Third Epoch; Three Intellectual Sources; A New Morality; Confucianism and Civil Society; Notes
  • 8. A Mission Impossible? Mou Zongsan's Attempt to Rebuild Morality in the Modern AgeThe Mission of Contemporary New Confucianism; Mou Zongsan's Endeavor; Conclusion; Notes; 9. The Challenge of Totalitarianism Lessons from Tang Junyi's Political Philosophy; Modernization and Human Agency from a Confucian Perspective; Foundations of Historical Optimism; Delimiting a "Philosophy of History"; On the Totalitarian Challenge; Overcoming Totalitarianism?; Notes; 10. A Critique of Colonialism and Capitalism Tang Junyi's Views on Plurality and Openness; Contextualizing Tang's Humanism
  • Education in Colonial Hong KongConfucianism and Openness; China's Path to Modernization; Capitalism and Confucian Ethnics; The Contemporary Significance of Tang Junyi; Notes; Part Three: Social Responsibility and Social Action; 11. Worshipping Ancestors in Modern China Confucius and the Yellow Emperor as Icons of Chinese Identity; Yellow Emperor as National Ancestor; Yellow Emperor and Confucius as Rival National Icons; The Worship of the Yellow Emperor in Shaanxi; The Worship of Confucius in Qufu; Conclusion; Notes
Control code
960906147
Extent
1 online resource (xxix, 273 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781438466521
Lccn
2016047800
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)960906147
Label
Confucianism for the contemporary world : global order, political plurality, and social action, edited by Tze-ki Hon and Kristin Stapleton
Publication
Note
"This volume originated in an April 2012 international conference sponsored by the UBCI: "Beyond the New Confucianism: Confucian Thought for Twenty-first Century China." Tzeki Hon and I organized the event. With the exception of one chapter, all of the essays in this volume were originally presented and discussed at the 2012 conference in Buffalo"--Foreword
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • List of Illustrations; Preface; Introduction; The Openness of the 1980s and 1990s; Global and Local Factors; New Confucianism as a Modernization Theory; The Moral Foundation of Contemporary Democratic Institutions; New Understanding of Tang Junyi; Confucius as a Commodity and a Cultural Icon; Confucianism of the Twenty-First Century; Notes; Part One: Capitalism and the Global Order; 1. Global Capitalism with Chinese Characteristics Fang Keli's New Confucian Research Project (1986-1995); Three Intellectual Currents; Three Generations of New Confucians; Confucian Capitalism
  • ConclusionNotes; 2. Confucianism, Community, Capitalism Chen Lai and the Spirit of Max Weber; Confucianism as a Moral Project: The Critique of Instrumental Rationality; Instrumental Rationality and East Asian Development; Chen Lai, Max Weber, and the Chinese Discourse on Modernity; Notes; 3. Realizing Tianxia Traditional Values and China's Foreign Policy; The Concept of Tianxia; A Hierarchical World Order; Political Meritocracy; Social Harmony; Conclusion; Notes; 4. Confucianism to Save the World; Which Confucianism?; How Can Political Confucianism Save the World?; China as a Role Model?
  • NotesPart Two: Political Plurality and Civil Society; 5. Building Democracy The Theory and Practice of Contemporary New Confucianism; Confucianism and Democracy; The 1958 Declaration; Mou Zongsan's Contribution; The Perfect Balance; Taiwan Democracy; Notes; 6. Self-Restriction and Progressive Confucianism; Self -- Restriction in Politics; Is This Confucianism?; Progressive Confucianism; Notes; 7. Confucianism and Civil Society The New Meanings of "Inner Sage" and "Outer King"; The Third Epoch; Three Intellectual Sources; A New Morality; Confucianism and Civil Society; Notes
  • 8. A Mission Impossible? Mou Zongsan's Attempt to Rebuild Morality in the Modern AgeThe Mission of Contemporary New Confucianism; Mou Zongsan's Endeavor; Conclusion; Notes; 9. The Challenge of Totalitarianism Lessons from Tang Junyi's Political Philosophy; Modernization and Human Agency from a Confucian Perspective; Foundations of Historical Optimism; Delimiting a "Philosophy of History"; On the Totalitarian Challenge; Overcoming Totalitarianism?; Notes; 10. A Critique of Colonialism and Capitalism Tang Junyi's Views on Plurality and Openness; Contextualizing Tang's Humanism
  • Education in Colonial Hong KongConfucianism and Openness; China's Path to Modernization; Capitalism and Confucian Ethnics; The Contemporary Significance of Tang Junyi; Notes; Part Three: Social Responsibility and Social Action; 11. Worshipping Ancestors in Modern China Confucius and the Yellow Emperor as Icons of Chinese Identity; Yellow Emperor as National Ancestor; Yellow Emperor and Confucius as Rival National Icons; The Worship of the Yellow Emperor in Shaanxi; The Worship of Confucius in Qufu; Conclusion; Notes
Control code
960906147
Extent
1 online resource (xxix, 273 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781438466521
Lccn
2016047800
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)960906147

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