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https://doi.org/10.21464/sp36113

Kant, Confucianism, and “Global Rooted Philosophy” in Taiwan. From Mou Zongsan to Lee Ming-huei

Jana S. Rošker orcid id orcid.org/0000-0003-0072-1556 ; Univerza v Ljubljani, Filozofska fakulteta, Aškerčeva 2, SI–1000 Ljubljana


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Sažetak

In Taiwan, the Confucian revival was always defined by the search for a synthesis between Western and traditional Confucian thought. Taiwanese Modern Confucians aimed to create a system of ideas and values capable of resolving modern, globalised societies’ social and political problems. Mou Zongsan, the best-known member of the second generation of Modern New Confucianism, aimed to revive the Chinese philosophical tradition through a dialogue with Modern European philosophy, especially with the works of Immanuel Kant. His follower Lee Ming-huei is arguably the most renowned expert on Kantian philosophy in the entire Sinitic region. The present paper aims to compare their respective approaches and evaluate them in a broader context of modern Chinese thought. I will first introduce Mou Zongsan’s elaborations on Kant. In the following, I will present the main aspects of Lee Ming-huei’s development of Mou’s theories and provide in later sections a critical assessment of Lee’s philosophical innovation, focusing upon the evaluation of his conceptualisation of immanent transcendence and Confucian deontology.

Ključne riječi

Taiwanese modern Confucianism, contemporary Taiwanese philosophy, Immanuel Kant, Mou Zongsan, Lee Ming-huei

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257935

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/257935

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