Recognition and Creation: A Critical Review
LANGUAGE NOTE | Document text in Chinese; abstract also in English.
Professor Tang's essay successfully presents the theoretical connection between the theory of recognition and the doctrine of creation in the Christian and Confucian traditions. The following critical review consists of four parts: (1) an evaluation of Tang's method of intellectual history, (2) a criticism of Tang's reading of Descartes' third meditation, (3) an analysis of Arendt's concept of natality, and (4) a discussion of the importance of gender equality in the Confucian moral theory of society.
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