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Chinese and Comparative Philosophy 中國哲學與比較哲學

Collected Essays on Role Ethics

Here is a useful collection of essays by Roger Ames and the late Henry Rosemont: Confucian Role Ethics: A Moral Vision for the 21st Century? (V&R Academic, 2016) that had previously escaped my attention. The Table of contents follows.

Introduction . ….. … ……………………. 7
Henry Rosemont, Jr. / Roger T. Ames
On Translation & Interpretation (With Special Reference to Classical
Chinese) ……. . . …… . . ……. . . …… . . . . 17
Henry Rosemont, Jr.
Rights-Bearing Individuals and Role-Bearing Persons ……. . . . . 33
Henry Rosemont, Jr. / Roger T. Ames
Family Reverence (xiao) as the Source of Consummatory Conduct (ren) . 59
Roger T. Ames / Henry Rosemont, Jr.
Family Reverence (xiao 孝) in the Analects: Confucian Role Ethics and
the Dynamics of Intergenerational Transmission . ……… . . . . 73
Henry Rosemont, Jr.
Travelling through Time with Family and Culture: Confucian Meditations 97
Roger T. Ames / Henry Rosemont, Jr.
Were the Early Confucians Virtuous? . ………………. 109
Roger T. Ames / Henry Rosemont, Jr.
From Kupperman’s Character Ethics to Confucian Role Ethics: Putting
Humpty Dumpty Together Again ………………….. 131
Roger T. Ames
Travelling Together with Gravitas: The Intergenerational Transmission of
Confucian Culture ………. . . …………… . . . . 157
Epilogue ……. . . …… . . ……. . . …… . . . . 171
Acknowledgments ………. . . …………… . . . . 177

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