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Confucian Political Ethics
Edited by Daniel A. Bell

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

PREFACE by Daniel A. Bell ix

PART ONE: STATE AND CIVIL SOCIETY 1

CHAPTER ONE: Confucian Conceptions of Civil Society by Richard Madsen 3
CHAPTER TWO: Confucian Perspectives on Civil Society and Government Peter Nosco 20
CHAPTER THREE: Civil Society, Government, and Confucianism: A Commentary Henry Rosemont, Jr. 46

PART TWO: BOUNDARIES AND JUSTICE 59

CHAPTER FOUR: Territorial Boundaries and Confucianism by Joseph Chan 61
CHAPTER FIVE: Boundaries of the Body and Body Politic in Early Confucian Thought by Michael Nylan 85

PART THREE: ETHICAL PLURALISM 111

CHAPTER SIX: Confucian Attitudes toward Ethical Pluralism by Joseph Chan 113
CHAPTER SEVEN: Two Strands of Confucianism by Lee H. Yearley 139

PART FOUR: CONTEMPORARY FEMINISM 145

CHAPTER EIGHT: Gender and Relationship Roles in the Analects and the Mencius by Sin Yee Chan 147
CHAPTER NINE: The Confucian Concept of Ren and the Feminist Ethics of Care: A Comparative Study by Chenyang Li 175

PART FIVE: WAR AND PEACE 199

CHAPTER TEN: The Implications of Ancient Chinese Military Culture for World Peace by Ni Lexiong 201
CHAPTER ELEVEN: Just War and Confucianism: Implications for the Contemporary World by Daniel A. Bell 226

CONTRIBUTORS 257
INDEX 259

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