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Volume 38, Number 1, March 2011

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PREFACE: UNDERSTANDING LEGALISM IN CHINESE PHILOSOPHY
pp. 1-3(3)
Author: CHENG, CHUNG-YING

HANFEIZI AND MORAL SELF-CULTIVATION
pp. 31-45(15)
Author: IVANHOE, PHILIP J.

LEGALISM: CHINESE-STYLE CONSTITUTIONALISM?
pp. 46-63(18)
Author: SCHNEIDER, HENRIQUE

IS THE LAW IN THE WAY? ON THE SOURCE OF HAN FEI'S LAWS
pp. 73-87(15)
Author: HARRIS, EIRIK LANG

PERSISTENT MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT CHINESE “LEGALISM”
pp. 88-104(17)
Author: GOLDIN, PAUL R.

REFLECTIONS ON GLOCALIZATION FROM A NEO-CONFUCIAN PERSPECTIVE
pp. 105-117(13)
Author: LIU, SHU-HSIEN

EMOTIONALES IN CONFUCIANISM AND DAOISM: A NEW INTERPRETATION
pp. 118-133(16)
Author: LIU, QINGPING

INTERPRETATIONS OF VIRTUE (DE) IN EARLY CHINA
pp. 134-150(17)
Author: CHAN, ALAN K. L.

Ethos of Chinese Culture – By Wang Keping
pp. 161-164(4)
Author: Deligiorgi, Alexandra

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CHINESE PHILOSOPHY IN RECENT THIRTY YEARS
pp. 165-165(1)
Authors: Liu, Junping; Xiong, Ying

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