Table of contents for Confucian ethics : a comparative study of self, autonomy, and community / edited by Kwong-loi Shun, David B. Wong.


Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog


Information from electronic data provided by the publisher. May be incomplete or contain other coding.


Counter
Introduction
Part I. Rights and Community: 1. Are claim rights necessary?: a Confucian perspective Craig K. Ihara
2. Rights and community in Confucianism David B. Wong
3. Whose democracy? Which rights? A confucian critique of modern western liberalism Henry Rosemont, Jr.
4. The normative impact of comparative ethics: human rights Chad Hansen
Part II. Self and Self-Cultivation: 5. Tradition and community in the formation of the self Joel J. Kupperman
6. A theory of Confucian selfhood: self-cultivation and free will in confucian philosophy Chung-ying Cheng
7. The virtue of righteousness in Mencius Bryan W. Van Norden
8. Concept of the person in Confucian thought Kwong-loi Shun
Part III. Comments: 9. Questions for Confucians: reflections on the essays in comparative study of self, autonomy and community Alasdair MacIntyre.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Confucianism, Confucian ethics