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Review of Frisina: The Unity of Knowledge and Action
Review of Jensen: Manufacturing Confucianism
Review of Jiang: A Confucian Constitutional Order - How China’s Ancient Past Can Shape Its Political Future
Review of John Makeham: Lost Soul- “Confucianism” in Contemporary Chinese Academic Discourse
Review of Kurtz: The Discovery of Chinese Logic
Review of Li, The Confucian Philosophy of Harmony
Review of Makeham - New Confucianism
Review of Makeham: Learning to Emulate the Wise
Review of Neville: Portable Tradition
Review of Ruiping Fan- Reconstructionist Confucianism
Review of Stalnaker: Overcoming Our Evil
Review of Weatherly- The Discourse of Human Rights in China: Historical and Ideological Perspectives
Review of Woodruff: Ritual and Reverence
Review of Yu, Tao and Ivanhoe: Taking Confucian Ethics Seriously
Review of Zhang, Kleinman, and Tu: Governance in Life in Chinese Moral Experience
Review of Ziporyn, Ironies and Beyond Oneness
Sagely Ease and Moral Perception
Sages and Self-Restriction: A Response to Joseph Chan
Seeing Confucian ‘Active Moral Perception’ in Light of Contemporary Psychology
Should We All Be More English? Liang Qichao, Rudolf Von Jhering, and Rights

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