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Philosophy

1999

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China

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葡萄酒和酒瓶 -新儒家和中国权利思想, Stephen C. Angle Dec 1998

葡萄酒和酒瓶 -新儒家和中国权利思想, Stephen C. Angle

Stephen C. Angle

Joseph Levenson argued that the discontinuity between traditional modern in China was so stark that even to the extent that things appeared similar, this was a matter of "new wine in old bottles": the words may have been the same, but what they meant had changed decisively. On the surface, "quanli" would appear a perfect example of Levenson's metaphor, since it seems to have been transformed from a derogatory word for the powers and profits that tempt the uncultivated - as seen, for instance, in the Xunzi - into "rights", the very foundation of modern ethics, politics and law. There is ...


葡萄酒和酒瓶 -新儒家和中国权利思想, Stephen C. Angle Dec 1998

葡萄酒和酒瓶 -新儒家和中国权利思想, Stephen C. Angle

Stephen C. Angle

Joseph Levenson argued that the discontinuity between traditional modern in China was so stark that even to the extent that things appeared similar, this was a matter of "new wine in old bottles": the words may have been the same, but what they meant had changed decisively. On the surface, "quanli" would appear a perfect example of Levenson's metaphor, since it seems to have been transformed from a derogatory word for the powers and profits that tempt the uncultivated - as seen, for instance, in the Xunzi - into "rights", the very foundation of modern ethics, politics and law. There is ...


葡萄酒和酒瓶 -新儒家和中国权利思想, Stephen C. Angle Dec 1998

葡萄酒和酒瓶 -新儒家和中国权利思想, Stephen C. Angle

Stephen C. Angle

Joseph Levenson argued that the discontinuity between traditional modern in China was so stark that even to the extent that things appeared similar, this was a matter of "new wine in old bottles": the words may have been the same, but what they meant had changed decisively. On the surface, "quanli" would appear a perfect example of Levenson's metaphor, since it seems to have been transformed from a derogatory word for the powers and profits that tempt the uncultivated - as seen, for instance, in the Xunzi - into "rights", the very foundation of modern ethics, politics and law. There is ...