Table of contents for Beyond liberal democracy : political thinking for an East Asian context / Daniel A. Bell.

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Introduction: 
1. 	One Size Doesn¿t Fit All							1
	The Uniquely Parochial Development of Liberal Democracy	
	Human Rights for an East Asian Context
		Democracy for an East Asian Context
		Capitalism for an East Asian Context
 A Note on the Culturally Sensitive Approach to Political Theorizing
			
Part I: 	Human Rights for an East Asian Context
2.	Just War and Confucianism: Implications for the Contemporary World 38
 		Ideal Theory versus Non-Ideal Theory
		General Confucian Principles of Good Government
		Mencius on Just and Unjust War
		Implications for Contemporary Societies
3.	Human Rights and ¿Values in Asia¿: Reflections on East-West Dialogues 86
Trade-Offs and Priorities
Asian Justifications for Human Rights
 ¿Values in Asia¿ versus Western Liberalism: Justifiable Moral 
Differences?
 Cross-Cultural Dialogues on Human Rights: What¿s the Point?
4.	The Ethical Challenges of International Human Rights NGOs: Reflections on 
Dialogues between Practitioners and Theorists 				142 
		The Challenge of Cultural Conflict
		The Challenge of Dealing with Global Poverty
 The Challenge of Dealing with States that Restrict the Activities of 
INGOs
 The Challenge of Fund-Raising
 Implications for INGOs in East Asia
 
Part II: 	Democracy for an East Asian Context
5. What¿s Wrong with Active Citizenship? A Comparison of Physical Education 
	in Ancient Greece and Ancient China						201
		 Two Ancient Civilizations
 Why Compare State-Sponsored Physical Education in the Two Ancient 
Civilizations?
 Political Competition and Sports Competition
 Commercial Societies, Leisure Time and the Pursuit of Physical 
Excellence
 Implications for Contemporary East Asian Societies
6. Taking Elitism Seriously: Democracy with Confucian Characteristics	254
		Political Elitism and Democracy: Two Important Values
		Institutionalizing Confucian Democracy
7. Is Democracy the ¿Least Bad¿ System for Minority Groups?			303
		Some Definitions
		Democracy and Nation-Building
		Implications for Outside Pro-Democracy Forces
8. Democratic Education in a Multicultural Context: Lessons from Singapore	346
		Singapore¿s Political History
		Racism in the Classroom?
		Inclusive Multiculturalism
		Beyond Singapore?
Part III: 	Capitalism for an East Asian Context				
9. Culture and Egalitarian Development: Confucian Constraints on 
	Property Rights							382
		On the Selection of Feasible and Confucian Values for Modern 
Societies
		The Overriding Value of Material Welfare
		The Value of Care for Needy Family Members
		Exporting Confucianism
10.		East Asian Capitalism for an Age of Globalization			424
			East Asian Capitalism and Economic Productivity
			East Asian Capitalism and Social Welfare
			Implications for Public Policy
11. 	Justice for Migrant Workers? The Case of Migrant Domestic Workers in East 
Asia									469
		The Political Concerns of Foreign Domestic Workers in Hong Kong 
and Singapore
		Should Foreign Domestic Workers Be Given Equal Rights?
		The Role of Culture
		Migrant Domestic Workers in Mainland China
		
Responses to Critics:
12. 	The Real and the Ideal							545

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Democracy -- East Asia.
Human rights -- East Asia.
Capitalism -- East Asia.
East Asia -- Politics and government.