New Challenge and New Significance for Zhu Xi’s Doctrine of “liyi fenshu” in the Age of Globalization

Contemporary Chinese Thought 49 (3-4):241-250 (2018)
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Zhu’s doctrine of “liyi fenshu” shows the balanced ecological transmission of pattern among phenomena. However, used as an ideology it becomes a tool of the central authority. The author takes this...

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