Confucius Institute Distinguished Speaker Series-Confucianism and Modern China: Humaneness, Etiquette and Filial Piety 儒学与当代中国: 仁,礼,孝

Confucius Institute Distinguished Speaker Series-Confucianism and Modern China: Humaneness, Etiquette and Filial Piety 儒学与当代中国: 仁,礼,孝

Confucius Institute Distinguished Speaker Series-Confucianism and Modern China: Humaneness, Etiquette and Filial Piety 儒学与当代中国: 仁,礼,孝

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Location: Room 207, International Centre
Brock University
573B Glenridge Avenue, St. Catharines
Date: Friday, April 5, 2013
Time: 12:30-1:30 PM
 
 
 
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Abstract 

Understanding how Humaneness, Etiquette and Filial Piety as traditional virtues of Confucianism continue to have significant influences on government policies, social interaction and personal development in China is paramount when venturing to grasp Chinese culture.

 

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 James Maur

MA in Chinese philosophy with a focus on Confucianism. His research has compared Western and Chinese culture, politics and philosophies, including Mencius’ and Machiavelli’s principles of international political relations.