The Sage and the Second Sex: Confucianism, Ethics, and Gender
This volume offers new insights into the role of women in ancient China, their important contributions to society, and their pursuit of personal growth and fulfillment. The position that Confucianism may actually foster gender equity is particularly interesting in discussions of whether the Confucian worldview is degrading or repressive toward women.
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The Confucian Concept of Jen and
Self and Tradition
Menzi Xunzi and Modern Feminist Ethics
Sexism With Chinese Characteristics
From Confucius Through Ecofeminism
Critique of Liberal Feminism
The View of Women in Early Confucianism
Conundrum Concerning Women Sexuality and Power
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