Studies in East European Thought 15 (1) (1975)
|Abstract||There is some ground for saying that the real Confucius cannot be the object of recent critiques in the PRC. Both the critiques and critics are of questionable authenticity and they seem to be pulling their punches. What is clear is that these ideological pursuits mask some very serious political events over the recent past in the PRC.|
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