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Chinese Ethics

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[Revised entry by David Wong on September 14, 2018. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] The tradition of Chinese ethical thought is centrally concerned with questions about how one ought to live: what goes into a worthwhile life, how to weigh duties toward family versus duties toward strangers, whether human nature is predisposed to be morally good or bad, how one ought to relate to the non-human world, the extent to which one ought to become involved in reforming the larger social and political structures of one's society, and how one ought to conduct oneself when in a position of influence or power. The...

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News source: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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