A Dialogue Between Contemporary Neo-confucianism And Christian Philosophy - Tang Chung Yi As The Example

Philosophy and Culture 28 (5):396-405 (2001)

Confucianism, though not religious, then its own religion, while Confucianism religion or religious worship and spiritual mainly in the Heaven, which is not the same faith with the supreme God, but are full of the ultimate meaning of feelings and beyond with. Therefore, in the contemporary Neo-Confucianism in the humanistic trend, religion and morality are possible with contact person for the so-called cultural, educational or moral education, and If the contrast in the Christian, the possible exchange of dialogue, or indeed the concept of traditional areas can be put to good use, such as "Respect," "Heaven" and "Road" and "perfection" and so on, especially in the Field of human nature, contemporary neo-Confucianism have indeed two of the dialogue, providing a sense of the road and pushed through the expansion of the road, as the dialogue of theory and practice of the foundation
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