Rowman & Littlefield International (2021)

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Tim Connolly
East Stroudsburg State University
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This book offers a side-by-side consideration of two competing interpretations of Confucius' ethical teachings in the Analects, ultimately arguing that Confucius’ ethics has important things to teach us about both our inner character traits and our social roles.
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