Lao Sze-Kwang and Neo-Confucianists

Philosophy and Culture 26 (8):712-720 (1999)
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Contemporary Neo-Confucianism and Lao Sze light despite the common "humane care", but both have great views of Confucianism differences. Lao Sze light does not agree with the Neo-Confucian "moral metaphysics" concept, that the traditional "Heaven" theory, "nature" theory as well as contemporary "moral metaphysics", will deviate from the traditional "theory of concentric work," the right way, so Confucian emphasis on "subjectivity" without the establishment. This paper seeks to identify Louth light show with the new Confucian two different directions, and to reveal the universe of moral dilemma. Although Contemporary Neo-Confucianists and Lao Sze-Kwang share the same kind of "humanistic concern", they have different views on Confucianism. Lao Sze-Kwang does not agree with the Neo-Confucianists' idea of ​​"moral metaphysics". He thinks that the traditional "theory of Tieh-Tao", "theory of Original Essence", and the modern "moral metaphysics" are not on the right track, and the Confucian "subjectivity" cannot be established in them. This paper aims at distinguishing two different ways of developing Confucianism between Lao Sze-Kwang and Neo-Confucianists, and disclosing the predicament of the globalization of moral ideas



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