CULTURAL HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY CHANGE

SERIES III. ASIA, VOLUME. 4

SERIES VI. FOUNDATIONS OF MORAL EDUCATION, VOLUME 6



MORALITY, METAPHYSICS and CHINESE CULTURE


edited by

VINCENT SHEN

TRAN VAN DOAN

 

Table of Contents

Preface 

Introduction 

PART I. MORALITY IN THE CHINESE TRADITION

l. Ching-Hsing (Fulfillment of Nature) in the Doctrine of the Mean 

by Stanislaus Lokuang, Fujen University, Taipei

2. Lao-Tzu's Metaphysics and His Critique of Confucian Ethics 

by Vincent Shen, National Chengchi University, Taipei

3. From Immanentism to Atheism 

by Gabriel Ly Chen, Fujen University, Taipei

4. Self-Transcendence and Morality: Human Creativity in Nietzschean and Confucian Thought 

by Lik Kuen, Tong, Fairfield University, Conn.

5. Spinoza and Lao-Tzu 

by Pei-jung, Fu, National Taiwan University, Taipei

6. The Movement of Love in Wang Yang-ming and Max Scheler 

by Manuel B. Dy Jr., Ateneo de Manila, Philippines

7. Fundamental Christian Values and Confucian Thought: An Ontological Foundation 

by Gotthold Hasenhüttle, University of Saarbrucken

PART II. METAPHYSICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR MORAL PHILOSOPHY

8. Principles of a Creative Morality 

by Eliot Deutsch, University of Hawaii

9. Metaphysics of the Person, Determinism and Responsibility 

by Thomas Fay, St. John's University, New York

10. Freedom, a Metaphysical Approach of Culture and Morality 

by André Mercier, Inst. des Sc. Exactes, Berne, Switz.

11. Hermeneutics and Heritage

by George F. McLean, Catholic University, Washington

12. Moral Crisis and Metatechnical Problems 

by Tomonobu Imamichi, International Institute for Aesthetics and Comparative Philosophy, Tokyo

 

Acknowledgements

 



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