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Author Cline, Erin M
Title Families of virtue : Confucian and Western views on childhood development / Erin M. Cline
Imprint New York : Columbia University Press, [2015]
book jacket
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 人文社會聯圖  BJ1289.3 .C55 2015    AVAILABLE    30610020477105
 Fu Ssu-Nien WTN LANG BK  BJ1289.3 C641 2015    AVAILABLE    30530001215581
 RCHSS Library  BJ1289.3 C55 2015    AVAILABLE    30560400452865
Descript xxii, 342 pages ; 24 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 315-328) and index
What did early Confucian philosophers think about parent-child relationships, early childhood, and moral cultivation? -- Moral cultivation, filial piety, and the good society in classical Confucian philosophy -- Infants, children, and early Confucian moral cultivation -- How are early Confucian views of parent-child relationships, early childhood, and moral cultivation distinctive, compared with views in the history of Western philosophy? -- Parents, children, and moral cultivation in traditional Western philosophy -- Feminist and Confucian perspectives on parents, children, and moral cultivation -- Why do Confucian views of the relationship between parent-child relationships, early childhood, and moral cultivation warrant serious consideration, and what can they contribute to our understanding of these areas? -- Early childhood development and evidence-based approaches to parents, children, and moral cultivation -- The humanities at work: Confucian resources for social and policy change
Subject Confucian ethics
Moral development -- China -- Philosophy
Parent and child -- China -- Philosophy
Filial piety -- China -- Philosophy
Philosophy, Confucian
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