EMOTIONALES IN CONFUCIANISM AND DAOISM: A NEW INTERPRETATION.

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TitleEMOTIONALES IN CONFUCIANISM AND DAOISM: A NEW INTERPRETATION.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsLiu, Q.
JournalJournal of Chinese Philosophy
Volume38
Pagination118 - 133
Date Published2011/03//
PublisherWiley-Blackwell
ISBN Number03018121
KeywordsChinese philosophy, EMOTIONS (Psychology), HUMANITIES, Philosophy, SOVEREIGNTY (Political science)
Abstract

The article focuses on the traditional Chinese philosophy. It states that the Chinese had never believed in the existence of a sovereign and independent faculty of reason in man. It states that Chinese philosophy is grounded in emotional principles. It states that the Chinese philosophy tries to find the governing principles of human life and the world primarily from emotion.

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