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Volume 36, Number 2, June 2009

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PREFACE: CONTEMPORANEITY AND FEMINISM
pp. 185-186(2)
Author: GU, LINYU

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INTRODUCTORY REMARKS
pp. 187-191(5)
Author: IVANHOE, PHILIP J.

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CARING COMPARISONS: THOUGHTS ON COMPARATIVE CARE ETHICS
pp. 192-209(18)
Author: DALMIYA, VRINDA

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RECONSTRUCTING MODERN ETHICS: CONFUCIAN CARE ETHICS
pp. 210-227(18)
Author: PANG-WHITE, ANN A.

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CONFUCIANISM, WOMEN, AND SOCIAL CONTEXTS
pp. 228-242(15)
Author: JIANG, XINYAN

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LEARNING AND WOMEN: CONFUCIANISM REVISITED
pp. 243-260(18)
Author: PATT-SHAMIR, GALIA

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KUNDAO : A LIVED BODY IN FEMALE DAOISM
pp. 277-292(16)
Author: WANG, ROBIN R.

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BUDDHISM: PHILOSOPHY BEYOND GENDER
pp. 293-312(20)
Author: WAWRYTKO, SANDRA A.

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EMOTIONS AND SELF-CULTIVATION IN NÜ LUNYU«» (WOMAN'S ANALECTS)
pp. 334-347(14)
Author: WOO, TERRY TAK-LING

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GRIEF AND MOURNING IN CONFUCIUS'S ANALECTS
pp. 348-358(11)
Author: FOUST, MATHEW A.

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