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    Confucian Moral Experience and Its Metaphysical Foundation: From the Point of View of Mou Zongsan.Weimin Shi & Chiulo Lin - 2015 - Philosophy East and West 65 (2):542-566.
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    Mou Zongsan on Confucian Autonomy and Subjectivity: From Transcendental Philosophy to Transcendent Metaphysics.Weimin Shi - 2015 - Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy 14 (2):275-287.
    Mou Zongsan 牟宗三 contends that Confucianism is an ethics of autonomy. It is maintained that Mou’s version of ethics of autonomy differs from Kant’s in that Mou comprehends subjectivity differently than Kant in such a way that he, unlike Kant, locates the ethical a priori in moral feelings instead of reason. This paper will explore Mou’s metaphysical grounding of morality to show that Kant’s notions of autonomy and subjectivity undergo more radical modifications in Mou’s contention.
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    A Curious Case of Cultural Encounter: The Appropriation of Kant’s Philosophy through Contemporary Neo-Confucianism.Weimin Shi - 2022 - Culture and Dialogue 10 (2):129-142.
    In this paper, Mou Zongsan’s (牟宗三, 1909–1995 CE) Kantian interpretation of Confucianism will be surveyed with a focus on Mou’s ideas of moral metaphysics and autonomy. After a brief account of the development of Confucianism up to the Song dynasty (960–1279 CE) and Ming dynasty (1368–1644 CE) (§1) and some initial attempts to articulate Confucian ideas in terms of Western philosophy (§2), Mou’s Kantian interpretation of Confucianism will be presented in §3 and criticized in §4. It is argued that Mou (...)
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  4. Zhe xue zheng ming yu fan si.Chunsheng Huang, Weimin Shi & Gede Liu (eds.) - 1992 - [Canton]: Guangdong sheng xin hua shu dian jing xiao.
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    Challenging Formal Logic—Collingwood's Theory of Philosophical Concept.Weimin Shi - 2014 - Philosophical Forum 45 (3):285-301.
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    “Heteronomous Morality So Called by Kant” and Kant’s Heteronomous Morality? —On Mou Zongsan’s Confucian Reading of Kant’s Ethics.Weimin Shi - 2022 - Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy 21 (2):261-281.
    Mou Zongsan 牟宗三 is well known for his Kantian interpretation of Confucianism, while his understanding of Kant’s ethics is itself colored very much by Confucianism. Mou not only coined the idea “heteronomous morality” ; he also maintained that Kant’s ethics actually espouses heteronomous morality. In this essay, I will first analyze Mou’s idea of heteronomy and his criticism of heteronomous morality and point out that, characterizing Zhu Xi’s 朱熹 philosophy as ethics of heteronomy, Mou gives up a fundamental element in (...)
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    Hegel’s Real Issue.Weimin Shi - 2005 - Idealistic Studies 35 (2-3):155-172.
    This paper traces Hegel’s conception of consciousness back to Hölderlin and argues accordingly that the structure of judging, which Hegel links to an attitude of knowing, determines the standpoint of consciousness to be overcome through the Phenomenology of Spirit. Taking Hegel’s texts into consideration comprehensively, it is then argued that a shape of consciousness is concerned withadvancing its own nominal definition of the concept “Truth,” which is a concept reflecting a culture’s way to organize its life. The Phenomenology, accordingly, should (...)
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    Hegel’s Real Issue.Weimin Shi - 2005 - Idealistic Studies 35 (2-3):155-172.
    This paper traces Hegel’s conception of consciousness back to Hölderlin and argues accordingly that the structure of judging, which Hegel links to an attitude of knowing, determines the standpoint of consciousness to be overcome through the Phenomenology of Spirit. Taking Hegel’s texts into consideration comprehensively, it is then argued that a shape of consciousness is concerned withadvancing its own nominal definition of the concept “Truth,” which is a concept reflecting a culture’s way to organize its life. The Phenomenology, accordingly, should (...)
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