The Ideological Foundations of Taiwanese Modernity: Mou Zongsan's New Moral Philosophy

Jana Rošker
2011 Asian Studies  
In order to understand the social, political and intellectual process of Chinese modernization, it is necessary to evaluate their ideological foundations and to thus become able to place it in the suitable political context. Chinese philosophy of the first half of the 20th century was still determined by the conditions of the decline of the pre-modern era. The present article aims to explore and to introduce the rise and growth of Modern Confucianism, as well as some crucial philosophical
more » ... ations in the field of the new moral philosophy, developed by the most well-known exponent of its so-called 2nd generation, Mou Zongsan.
doi:10.4312/as.2011.-15.2.101-122 fatcat:3v5a2oguljfbjkek4jc5kgijae