The Heavenly Foundation of Recognition and the Human Relation Basis of World Order
LANGUAGE NOTE | Document text in Chinese; abstract also in English.
The purpose of the theory of recognition is to lay a foundation for recognition in the human relations political structure. Modern recognition theory is based in the dialectics of master and slave and examines mutual recognition between subjects as desires, although the original recognition must be traced back to the relationship between Heaven and man. Modern recognition theory emphasizes the relationship between “man's love for the divine foundation of existence” and political order. This article examines the theory of recognition, which may provide the foundation for a real community, from a perspective related to this issue. The article's weakness is that, when discussing Hegel's theory of recognition, it simply equates Hegel's self-consciousness with desire without analyzing its context and its connection with spirit.
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