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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy

Volume 36, Number 1, March 2009

PREFACE
pp. 1-2(2)
Author: CHENG, CHUNG-YING

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RIGHTING THE NAMES OF CHANGE
pp. 9-29(21)
Author: DEMARCO, C. WESLEY

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KNOWING THROUGH THE BODY: THE DAODEJING AND DEWEY
pp. 31-52(22)
Author: KRUEGER, JOEL W.

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CONFUCIANISM, PRAGMATISM, AND SOCIALLY BENEFICIAL PHILOSOPHY
pp. 53-67(15)
Author: STEPHENS, DANIEL J.

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TRANSFORMING REN : THE DE OF GEORGE HERBERT MEAD'S SOCIAL SELF
pp. 69-84(16)
Author: KEITH, HEATHER E.

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DEWEY AND CONFUCIUS: ON MORAL EDUCATION
pp. 85-105(21)
Author: SIM, MAY

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MORALLY BAD IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE CHENG BROTHERS
pp. 141-156(16)
Author: WONG, WAI-YING

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THE THEORY OF THE DAO AND TAIJI: A CHINESE MODEL OF THE MIND
pp. 157-175(19)
Author: GU, MING DONG

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Confucian Political Ethics – By Daniel A. Bell
pp. 177-180(4)
Author: Tan, Sor-Hoon

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