Confucianism, Law, and Democracy in Contemporary Korea

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Rowman & Littlefield International (2015)

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A collection of original essays developing a Confucian political and legal theory, focusing on South Korea, traditionally the most Confucian East Asian country in its legal, political, and cultural practices

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Sungmoon Kim
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