Chow describes the Second Chinese Enlightenment as occurring during the post-Mao period of the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s, which emphasized religion, as well as science and democracy, and which reinstituted Confucianist
themes, culminating in the Harmonious Society.
And like all religious fanatics, whether they be Catholic, Protestant, Mormon, Jewish, Buddhist, Confucianist
, Muslim, etc.
Covering issues such as the struggle for individuality, poverty, the suffering of women under Confucianist
ideology, and both the positive and negative aspects of Vietnamese culture, Duongas novel looks at Vietnam from an insideras perspective.
Given the times, it would not be a stretch to assume that he most respected the teachings of the traditional Chinese Confucianist
The Constitutionalist's New Robes An outspoken advocate of liberal democracy, Yao Zhongqiu, recently came out as a Confucianist
- robes and all.
The founding philosophical principle of the modern Western world has been the "Equality of Man," while that of Confucianist
China was the polar opposite belief in the inherent inequality of men.
It all started when my grandmother from my mother's side, a Muslim Sundanese met a Confucianist
Chinese-Javanese man, my grandfather.
13) In a Confucianist
patriarchal society, children are expected to be obedient to parents and sacrifice themselves for the benefits of their parents.
Lo (2006) states that a true Confucianist
or Confucianism-inspired person would graciously show tolerance for differences in beliefs and values for the sake of harmony based on benevolence and love but not necessarily feel obligated to accept and endorse such beliefs and values.
He became a Christian in an English-speaking secondary school through his own probing questions about reality but even more because he "saw the Confucianist
ideal of community love realized in the Christian Fellowship" there (p .
After discussing Dewey's faith in intelligence, we will turn to the Chinese Confucianist
philosopher Liang Shuming, a contemporary of Dewey's, to help explicate this question.
We therefore argue that beyond the often-quoted difference between the Confucianist
ideal of li (moral) versus fa (the law), the difference between IPR legislation and enforcement makes it difficult for a foreign firm to protect its IPR in China.