The Laws of Change: I ching and the Philosophy of Life




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Philosophy East and West
Volume 54, Number 2, April 2004


Geaney, Jane.

  • Guarding Moral Boundaries: Shame in Early Confucianism
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    Subjects:

    • Shame -- Religious aspects -- Confucianism.

    • Shame -- China -- History -- Warring States, 403-221 B.C.

Abstract:

In response to allegations that China is a "shame culture," scholars of Confucian ethics have made use of new studies in psychology, anthropology, and philosophy that present shame in a more favorable light. These studies contend that shame involves internalization of social moral codes. By adapting these new internal models of shame, Confucian ethicists have attempted to rehabilitate the emphasis on shame in early Confucianism, but in doing so they have inadvertently highlighted the striking absence in early Confucian texts of such prominent shame metaphors as being seen, particularly with genitals exposed. This essay analyzes these visual metaphors for shame, in contrast to contact metaphors, and considers the implications for Confucian ethics that they might be two different types of shame.

Mou, Bo, 1956-

  • A Reexamination of the Structure and Content of Confucius' Version of the Golden Rule
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    Subjects:

    • Confucius. Lun yu.

    • Golden rule.

    • Confucian ethics.

Abstract:

For the purposes of interpretation and constructive engagement, the structure and content of Confucius' version of the Golden Rule (CGR) is examined by elaborating its three dimensions as suggested in the Analects. It is argued that the CGR, which consists of two intertwined central ideas in Confucius' ethics, shu and zhong, involves three interdependent and complementary dimensions: (1) the methodological (i.e., the methodological aspect of shu), which consists of the principles of reversibility and extensibility; (2) the internal starting point (i.e., the substantial aspect of shu), which somehow points to the fundamental virtue ren and constitutes the internal starting point for applying the methodological principles of the CGR; and (3) the external starting point (i.e., zhong as one's sincere and devoted commitment to those established social constituents specified by the li, regardless of the involved moral recipient's social status), which constitutes the external starting point for applying the methodological principles of the CGR.

Ivanhoe, P. J.

  • Interpreting the Mengzi
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    Subjects:

    • Chan, Alan Kam-leung, 1956-, ed. Mencius: contexts and interpretations.

    • Mencius. Mengzi.

Philosophy East and West
Volume 54, Number 1, January 2004


Tan, Sor-hoon, 1965-

  • From Cannibalism to Empowerment: An Analects-Inspired Attempt to Balance Community and Liberty
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    Subjects:

    • Confucius. Lun yu.

    • Confucianism -- Rituals.

    • Liberty -- Religious aspects -- Confucianism.

Abstract:

Developed here is a Confucian balance between two key democratic ideals, liberty and community, by focusing on the Confucian notion of li (ritual), which has often been considered hostile to liberty. By adopting a semiotic approach to li and relating it to recent studies of ritual in various Western disciplines, li's contribution to communication and its aesthetic dimension are explored to show how emphasizing harmony without sacrificing reflective experience and personal fulfillment renders li a concept of moral empowerment of free individuals in community.

Ivanhoe, P. J.

  • Shifting Contours of the Confucian Tradition
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    Subjects:

    • Chow, Kai-wing, 1951-, ed. Imagining boundaries: changing Confucian doctrines, texts, and hermeneutics.

    • Ng, On Cho, ed.

    • Henderson, John B., 1948-, ed.

    • Confucianism.

Loy, David R.

  • Evil and/or/as The Good: Omnicentrism, Intersubjectivity, and Value Paradox in Tiantai Buddhist Thought (review)
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    Subjects:

    • Ziporyn, Brook Anthony. Evil and/or/as the good: omnicentrism, intersubjectivity, and value paradox in Tiantai Buddhist thought.

    • Tiantai Buddhism -- Doctrines -- History.
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