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ORIGINS OF MORAL-POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY IN EARLY CHINA

CONTESTATION OF HUMANENESS, JUSTICE, AND PERSONAL FREEDOM

9780197603475 ::  ORIGINS OF MORAL-POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY IN EARLY CHINA
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9780197603475

EditorialOXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
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INTRODUCTIONPART I: HUMANENESS-CUM-JUSTICE: NEGOTIATING HUMANS' RELATIONSHIP WITH HEAVENCHAPTER 1: RITUAL AND REN IN CONFUCIUS' WORLD: HUMANENESS-CUM-JUSTICE AT THE INCIPIENCE OF CHINESE MORAL-POLITICAL PHILOSOPHYPART II: HUMANENESS VERSUS JUSTICE: GRAPPLING WITH THE FAMILIAL-POLITICAL RELATIONSHIP UNDER A NATURALIZING HEAVENCHAPTER 2: THE GREAT DIVERGENCE: MOZI AND MENCIUS ON JUSTICE AND HUMANENESSCHAPTER 3: JUSTICE AND HUMANENESS IN A NATURALIST COSMOS: LAOZI'S DAO AND THE REALIGNMENT OF VALUESCHAPTER 4: MODELING THE STATE AFTER HEAVEN: IMPARTIALITY IN EARLY FAJIA POLITICAL PHILOSOPHYPART III: PERSONAL FREEDOM, HUMANENESS, AND JUSTICE: COMING TO TERMS WITH THE STATE UNDER A NATURALIZED HEAVEN CHAPTER 5: ZHUANGZI'S LONE PROJECT OF PERSONAL FREEDOMCHAPTER 6: XUNZI'S SYNTHESIS OF HUMANENESS AND JUSTICE: RITUAL AS THE SAGES' PARTNERSHIP WITH HEAVEN AND EARTHCHAPTER 7: UNIVERSAL BUREAUCRATIC STATE AS THE SOLE AGENT FOR JUSTICE IN HAN FEIZI'S THOUGHTCONCLUSION: REGIME OF SELF-CULTIVATION AND TRAGEDY OF PERSONAL FREEDOM

THIS BOOK REWRITES THE STORY OF CLASSICAL CHINESE PHILOSOPHY, WHICH HAS ALWAYS BEEN CONSIDERED THE SINGLE MOST CREATIVE AND VIBRANT CHAPTER IN THE HISTORY OF CHINESE PHILOSOPHY. WORKS ATTRIBUTED TO CONFUCIUS, MOZI, MENCIUS, LAOZI, ZHUANGZI, XUNZI, HAN FEIZI AND MANY OTHERS REPRESENT THE VERY ORIGINS OF MORAL AND POLITICAL THINKING IN CHINA. AS TESTIMONY TO THEIR ENDURING STATURE, IN RECENT DECADES MANY CHINESE INTELLECTUALS, AND EVEN LEADING POLITICIANS, HAVE TURNEDTO THOSE CLASSICS, ESPECIALLY CONFUCIAN TEXTS, FOR ALTERNATIVE OR COMPLEMENTARY SOURCES OF MORAL AUTHORITY AND POLITICAL LEGITIMACY. THEREFORE, PHILOSOPHICAL INQUIRIES INTO CORE NORMATIVE VALUES EMBEDDED IN THOSE CLASSICAL TEXTS ARE CRUCIAL TO THE ONGOING SCHOLARLY DISCUSSION ABOUT CHINA AS CHINATURNS MORE CULTURALLY INWARD. IT CAN ALSO CONTRIBUTE TO THE SPIRITED CONTEMPORARY DEBATE ABOUT THE NATURE OF PHILOSOPHICAL REASONING, ESPECIALLY IN THE NON-WESTERN TRADITIONS.THIS BOOK OFFERS A NEW NARRATIVE AND INTERPRETATIVE FRAMEWORK ABOUT THE ORIGINS OF MORAL-POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY THAT TRACKS HOW THE THREE NORMATIVE VALUES, HUMANENESS, JUSTICE, AND PERSONAL FREEDOM, WERE FORMULATED, REFORMULATED, AND CONTESTED BY EARLY CHINESE PHILOSOPHERS IN THEIR EFFORT TO NEGOTIATE THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG THREE DISTINCT DOMAINS, THE PERSONAL, THE FAMILIAL, AND THE POLITICAL. SUCH EFFORTS TOOK PLACE AS THOSE THINKERS WERE REIMAGINING A NEW MORAL-POLITICAL ORDER, DEBATING ITSGUIDING NORMS, AND EXPLORING POSSIBLE SOURCES WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN EVOLVING UNDERSTANDING OF HEAVEN AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH THE HUMANS. TAO JIANG ARGUES THAT THE COMPETING VISIONS IN THAT DEBATE CAN BE CHARACTERIZED AS A CONTESTATION BETWEEN PARTIALIST HUMANENESS AND IMPARTIALIST JUSTICE AS THEGUIDING NORM FOR THE NEWLY IMAGINED MORAL-POLITICAL ORDER, WITH THE CONFUCIANS, THE MOHISTS, THE LAOISTS, AND THE SO-CALLED FAJIA THINKERS BEING THE MAJOR PARTICIPANTS, CONSTITUTING THE MAINSTREAM PHILOSOPHICAL PROJECT DURING THIS PERIOD. THINKERS LINED UP DIFFERENTLY ALONG THE JUSTICE-HUMANENESS SPECTRUM WITH EARLIER ONES MAINTAINING SOME CONTINUITY BETWEEN THE TWO NORMATIVE VALUES (OR AT LEAST TRYING TO ACCOMMODATE BOTH TO SOME EXTENT) WHILE LATER ONES LEANING MORE TOWARD THEIREXCLUSIVITY IN THE POLITICAL/PUBLIC DOMAIN. ZHUANGZI AND THE ZHUANGISTS WERE THE OUTLIERS OF THE MAINSTREAM MORAL-POLITICAL DEBATE WHO REJECTED THE VERY PARAMETER OF HUMANENESS VERSUS JUSTICE IN THAT DISCOURSE. THEY WERE A LONE VOICE ADVOCATING PERSONAL FREEDOM, BUT THE ZHUANGIST EXPRESSIONS OF FREEDOM WERESELF-RESTRICTED TO THE MARGINS OF THE POLITICAL WORLD AND THE INTERIORITY OF ONE'S HEARTMIND. SUCH A TAKE CAN SHED NEW LIGHT ON HOW THE ZHUANGIST APPROACH TO PERSONAL FREEDOM WOULD PROFOUNDLY IMPACT THE DEVELOPMENT OF THIS IDEA IN PRE-MODERN CHINESE POLITICAL AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY.

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