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    Dialectics as Immanent Critique. Or, Dialectics as Both Ontology and Epistemology with a Practical Intention.Tong Shijun - 2021 - Filozofija I Društvo 32 (1):29-39.
    This response to Asger S?rensen?s paper From Ontology to Epistemology: Tong, Mao and Hegel is made on the basis of a reflection on the author?s intellectual development with special reference to the idea of?dialectics?. This development is mainly composed of three periods, in which the author formed his strong antipathy toward dialectics as a mere tool of power, learnt to understand the importance of?dialogical logic? in providing conceptual tools for human knowledge of a type of reality which is both objective (...)
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    Who Are We? Who Should We Be?—Two Hot Issues in Contemporary European and American Society.Tong Shijun - 1997 - Contemporary Chinese Thought 29 (2):79-85.
    The identity issue involves not only the issue of "who are we?" but also the issue of "who should we be?" These two issues are not simply factual issues, they are also issues of values and norms. In recent years, moral philosophy and legal philosophy have once again become major subjects of study in the West. Issues of ethics and law are increasingly drawing serious attention from all strata of society and these issues constitute an important vantage point for understanding (...)
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    “Overlapping Consensus” on “Overlapping Consensus”.Tong Shijun - 2012 - Journal of Philosophical Research 37 (Supplement):29-45.
    Many people show great interest in the idea of “overlapping consensus” proposed by John Rawls. On the basis of a careful reading of different understandings of this idea, or the “overlapping consensus” on the idea of “overlapping consensus,” we can say that there are three levels of “overlapping consensus.” At the first level, people with different positions treat each other in the same reasonable attitude. At the second level, people holding different values support the same norms on the basis of (...)
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    Who Are We? Who Should We Be?—Two Hot Issues in Contemporary European and American Society.Tong Shijun - 1997 - Contemporary Chinese Thought 29 (2):72-78.
    On May 1, 1995, there was an exceptional amount of activity in Bergen, a city in the western part of Norway. It had been raining for several weeks on end, but on this day the sky was unusually clear and cloudless. In this city with a population of only some two hundred thousand, there were thousands of people who had gathered to hold their annual protest-type assembly and parade. At eleven in the morning, the assembly started in the city's central (...)
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    Varieties of Universalism.Tong Shijun - 2009 - European Journal of Social Theory 12 (4):449-463.
    Universalism can be religious or secular; within the category of secular universalism, a distinction can be made between universalism focused on ‘universality’ or the universal validity of certain ideas and universalism focused on ‘generality’ or the general extension of certain ideas. Within the category of universality-based universalism, ‘value universalism’ holds one or some values to be universally valid and ‘culture universalism’ holds a certain culture or a certain way of ranking various values to be universally valid. Within the category of (...)
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