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The Confucian Renaissance

The Confucian Renaissance

By Reg Little and Warren Reed

CONTENTS

The Confucian Renaissance shows how the Confucian vision of a citizen's place in and responsibility to society has affected politics, business, education, law and the bureaucracy in Asia - and how these areas have been organised differently from their Western counterparts, in ways seemingly more appropriate to the modern world.


CONTENTS

Introduction
The centre of the world: a Confucian tradition
The Christian barbarians
The liberation of Asia
Post-1945: an English-speaking order
The Confucian revival
The use of the US-USSR conflict
The outposts of empire
The spiritual and intellectual failure of the West
The leader: Japan or China?
The 21st century: a new world order

Index

   

Published February 1989
Publisher The Federation Press
Paperback/128pp
ISBN 9781862870079
Australian RRP $21.95
International Price $20.00
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Out of print


Management & Human Resources
Asian Studies
Human Rights & Civil Liberties
Law - Commercial


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