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Confucianism, Moral Education, and Childhood Development  

Erin M. Cline

This article discusses Confucian views on childhood moral development, focusing especially on accounts of moral cultivation in the classical and Han periods. Beginning very early, ... More

Daoism and Nature  

James Miller

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Nov 2006
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Sep 2009
The sciences of evolution, ecology, and environment are ushering in a new understanding of the time, place, and responsibilities of human beings within nature. Evolution tells us that ... More

Japan  

Sarah Whylly

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Nov 2013
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Oct 2013
What does it mean to be an atheist in Japan and what do the Japanese understand to be the difference between being non-religious and being atheist? When and under what conditions do such ... More

Motifs for a New Confucian Ecological Vision  

John Berthrong

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Nov 2006
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Sep 2009
Philosophy and religious studies are becoming more global in scope, and therefore projects constructing comparative philosophy and theology are emerging as thinkers from the historic ... More

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