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Understanding China's System: Morality Over Sanction: The Idea of Rule By Virtue in the Chinese System

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Author: Liu Hongli; Liu Hongli; Liu Yuli; Chen Xiaoshuang; ;
Language: English
Page: 211
Publication Date: 05/2022
ISBN: 9787119130408
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Series: Understanding China's System
Table of Contents
Publisher's Notes
Foreword
Introduction
Chapter One Governance by Sage Kings
Integrate Education with Punishment and Let Morality Bring Order to the People: Dialog Between Emperor Shun and Gao Yao
The Way of Illustrating Virtues and Be Careful in the Use of Punishments: King Wu of Zhou's Instruction for His Brother Prince of Kang
Administering a Benevolent Government with a Benevolent Heart: Benevolent Politics in Mencius'View
Chapter Two Morality Given Priority over Sanction
The Way of Heaven Upholds the Virtue of Preserving Life and Resenting Killing: Cruel Official Yan Yannian Doomed to a Tragic End
Moral Education Prevents the Occurrence of Crime: Chun Yukun's Sigh
Through Punishment There May Come to Be No Punishments: Confucius Administers Justice
Chapter Three Educating People Through Morality
Family Education: King Cheng of Zhou's Education for All-Round Development
School Education: Emperor Ming of Han's Respect for Teachers
Social Education: Zixia on Music Education
Effect of Moral Education: Even Prisoners on Death Row Released Honored Credit
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