Diogenes (forthcoming)

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Sarinya Arunkhajornsak
Chulalongkorn University
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This paper examines Mencius’ view on compassion in the political realm by proposing that Mencius defends compassionate governance by reconciling the two extremes of Yangist self-love and Mohist uni...
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