CULTURE HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY CHANGE

SERIES III. ASIA, VOLUME 12

 

 

 

BEYOND MODERNIZATION:

Chinese Roots for Global Awareness

 

CHINESE PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES, XII

 

 

edited by

Wang Miaoyang

Yu Xuanmeng

George F. McLean

 

CONTENTS

 

INTRODUCTION

PART I. RESOURCES IN PHILOSOPHICAL THEORY FOR AN EXPANDING GLOBAL AWARENESS

Chapter I. In Search of Meaning

Yu Xuanmeng

 

Chapter II. Tradition, Modernization and Creativity

George F. McLean

 

Chapter III. Perception and Value:  the Affective Basis of an Ethics of Encounter

Ghislaine Florival

 

Chapter IV. An Axio-interpretation of  the Confucian Ethical Spirit

 Shang Zhiying

 

Chapter V. On the Origin of Traditional Chinese Forms of Thinking

Fu Jizhong and Zhou Shan

 

Chapter VI. Some Contemporary Reflections on Science and Religion

Arnold Sprenger

 

PART II. THE PRACTICAL ORDER AS A SOURCE FOR A GLOBAL AWARENESS

Chapter VII. Lao Tzu’s Idea of "Governing with Non-doing"  and Modern Management

 Shen Enming

 

Chapter VIII. Ownership and Social Relations: the Moral Foundation

Manuel B. Dy, Jr.

 

Chapter IX. The Economic Structure of Society:  Habermas’s Reconstruction of Historical Materialism

Manuel B. Dy, Jr.

 

Chapter X. Person, Work and Religious Tradition

John Farrelly

 

Chapter XI. Human Quality and Social Progress

Zhang Huajin

 

Chapter XII. The Culture of Shanghai and Modernization

Wang Miaoyang

 

Chapter XIII. Cultural Tradition and Modernization: Symbiosis in the Development of Moral Reasoning

Richard A. Graham

 

APPENDICES

Transcending Figures: Differences and Similarities  between Chinese and Western Aesthetic Images

Cheng Chaonan

 

The Significance for Environmental Philosophy of  the Chinese Traditional Theory of  the Heaven-Man Relation

Zhou Changzhong

 

Community Consciousness in Ancient Chinese Culture

 Gu Weikang

 

Acknowledgements

 

 



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