1. Seung-hwan Lee (1996). Liberal Rights or/and Confucian Virtues? Philosophy East and West 46 (3):367-379.
    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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  2. Seung-Hwan Lee (1992). Was There a Concept of Rights in Confucian Virtue-Based Morality? Journal of Chinese Philosophy 19 (3):241-261.
  3. Seung-Hwan Lee (1991). Virtues and Rights: Reconstruction of Confucianism as a Rational Communitarianism. Dissertation, University of Hawai'i
    The objective of this dissertation is to explicate the necessity of a coordination of rights and virtues. Interpreting liberalism as a rights-based morality and Confucianism as a virtue-based morality, I direct my criticism to the extremities found within both of two moralities. Through mutual criticism of liberalism and Confucianism concerning the relation between rights and virtues, this dissertation proposes the thesis that coordination between these two ideals is not only possible, but necessary for a fulfilling moral society. ;Individual rights, liberals (...)
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