Liberal rights or/and confucian virtues?

Philosophy East and West 46 (3):367-379 (1996)
The necessity of a coordination of rights and virtues is analyzed. Interpreting liberalism as a rights-based morality and Confucianism as a virtue-based morality, the author directs his criticism to the extremes found within both. Through a mutual criticism of liberalism and Confucianism, it is proposed that the coordination of these two moral systems is not only possible, but also necessary for a fulfilling moral society
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DOI 10.2307/1399529
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