Origins of Moral-Political Philosophy in Early China

Origins of Moral-Political Philosophy in Early China

Contestation of Humaneness, Justice, and Personal Freedom

Jiang, Tao

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Part I: Humaneness-cum-Justice: Negotiating Humans' Relationship with Heaven
Chapter 1: Ritual and Ren in Confucius' World: Humaneness-cum-Justice at the Incipience of Chinese Moral-Political Philosophy

Part II: Humaneness versus Justice: Grappling with the Familial-Political Relationship Under a Naturalizing Heaven
Chapter 2: The Great Divergence: Mozi and Mencius on Justice and Humaneness
Chapter 3: Justice and Humaneness in a Naturalist Cosmos: Laozi's Dao and the Realignment of Values
Chapter 4: Modeling the State after Heaven: Impartiality in Early Fajia Political Philosophy

Part III: Personal Freedom, Humaneness, and Justice: Coming to Terms with the State Under a Naturalized Heaven
Chapter 5: Zhuangzi's Lone Project of Personal Freedom
Chapter 6: Xunzi's Synthesis of Humaneness and Justice: Ritual as the Sages' Partnership with Heaven and Earth
Chapter 7: Universal Bureaucratic State as the Sole Agent of Justice in Han Feizi's Thought

Conclusion: Regime of Self-Cultivation and Tragedy of Personal Freedom
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