CULTURAL HERITAGE & CONTEMPORARY CHANGE

SERIES III. ASIA, VOL. 7A

 

THE HUMAN  PERSON and SOCIETY

CHINESE PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES, VIIA

 

edited by:

Zhu Dasheng

Jin Xiping

George McLean

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

INTRODUCTION

           

PART I. THE PROBLEMATIC RELATIONSHIP OF THE HUMAN PERSON AND SOCIETY

1. The Idea of the Group in Chinese Philosophy

 by Zhu Bokun

           

2. Daoism as a Source for Democracy in China

by Pan Hung-Chao, Cedric

           

3. Violence, Justice and Human Dignity

 by M. Sastrapratedja

           

4. Society as Benefit and Limitation

by Zhen Li

           

PART II. THE NATURE OF THE HUMAN SCIENCES

5. Research on the Social Nature of the Human Person

by Jin Xiping

           

6. Characteristics of the Marxist Theory of Collectivism

by Xu Junzhong

             

7. The Relation between the Natural Sciences and  the Social Sciences

by Zhu Dasheng

 

PART III. THE PHILOSOPHY OF SOCIAL BEING

8. Human Nature and the Relation between Individuals and Society

 by Shi Defu

9. The Role of Interpersonal Relation

by Woo Kun-yu

           

10. On the Theory of the "Ethical Code and Nature" in Wei Jin Metaphysics

by Lou Yulie

11. Value Reconstruction in Chinese Philosophy: the Impact of European Thought

by Liu Shu-hsien

PART IV. SOCIAL HARMONY AND TRANSCENDENCE

12. The Human Being and Society: Identity and Concern for the Eco-ethical Sphere

 by Tomonobu Imamichi

           

13. The Dynamics of Tradition

by Ellen M. Chen

14. Harmony and Transcendence

by George F. McLean

           



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