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by Roger T. Ames

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  • Author: Roger T. Ames
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  • Publisher: University of Hawaii Press; 60232nd edition (April 30, 2011)
  • Pages: 352 pages
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Confucian Role Ethics is an exploration of what constitutes and how one becomes an authentic, moral human being as conceived in the Confucian tradition.

Confucian Role Ethics is an exploration of what constitutes and how one becomes an authentic, moral human being as conceived in the Confucian tradition.

Confucian Role Ethics: A Vocabulary Hardcover – March, 2011

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His most recent publication Confucian Role Ethics: A Vocabulary is a monograph that evolved from the endowed Ch’ien Mu lectures at the Chinese University of Hong Kong

His most recent publication Confucian Role Ethics: A Vocabulary is a monograph that evolved from the endowed Ch’ien Mu lectures at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Confucian role ethics: A vocabulary, Ch’ien Mu Lecture Series. Transforming Confucian virtues into human rights: A study of human agency and potency in Confucian ethics. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. In W. T. de Bary & . m. Tu (Ed., Confucianism and human rights (pp. 142–153). New York: Columbia University Press.

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According to Roger T. Ames and Henry Rosemont, "Confucian normativity is defined by living one's family roles to maximum effect. Confucian Role Ethics: A Vocabulary. University of Hawaiʻi Press. In Confucian role ethics, morality is based on a person's fulfillment of a role, such as that of a parent or a child. These roles are established as relationships, and are not individualistic The concept of li or ritual propriety is crucial to Confucian roles. ISBN 978-0-8248-3576-7. a b c d Chris Fraser; Dan Robins; Timothy O'Leary (1 May 2011). Ethics in Early China: An Anthology.

studies of Chinese philosophy and culture, most recently, "Confucian Role Ethics: A Vocabulary.

Brown Contemplative Studies, Religious Studies and East Asian Studies presented a lecture by renowned scholar, Professor Roger Ames, entitled "Confucian Role Ethics and the "Casting" of Persons. He has authored several interpretative studies of Chinese philosophy and culture, most recently, "Confucian Role Ethics: A Vocabulary. In this landmark work, noted comparative philosopher Roger T. Ames interprets how the classics of the Confucian canon portray the authentic, ethical human being. Published by: Chinese University Press.

The special issue of Frontiers of Philosophy in China (see Weber and Wen 2012) was dedicated for the critical assessment of Confucian role ethics position as laid out by Ames (2011). Contemporary Philosophical Controversy on the Nature of Early Confucian Ethics.

Confucian Role Ethics is an exploration of what constitutes and how one becomes an authentic, moral human being as conceived in the Confucian tradition. The book establishes an interpretive context by exploring some of the cosmological foundations of Confucian philosophy through discussion of commentary on the Yijing (The Book of Changes), Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Chinese cosmology. The author proceeds to delineate the morals and ideals of a Confucian life and its foundation in feelings of familial intimacy and its human-centered religiousness. These ideas are contrasted with the principle and virtue based traditions of the Abrahamic religions as well as of the individualistic tradition beginning in ancient Greece. Lastly, Ames attempts to critically assess the strengths and weaknesses of Confucian role ethics as articulated in the early canonical texts, discussing both its return to prominence and feasibility as a system of ethical conduct for the present day.

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