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From:Philosophy East and West (Vol. 48, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedA Korean Confucian Encounter with the Modern World: Yi Hang-no and the West. By Chai-sik Chung. Korea Research Monograph 20. Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies, 1995. Pp. ix + 268. Every once in a while a book...
From:Philosophy East and West (Vol. 56, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedNeo-Confucianism in East Asia The term "Neo-Confucianism" has been used widely in the West for several decades to designate inclusively a number of schools and successive phases in the development of Confucian...
From:Journal of East Asian Studies (Vol. 13, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedObservers and practitioners of Sino-Korean relations in both the pre- and post-nineteenth century have utilized powerful "comforting fictions" to describe and justify power asymmetry. In the pre-nineteenth-century...
From:Church History (Vol. 69, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedEverywhere the first impulse to social action is given as a rule by real interests, i.e., by political and economic interests. Ideal interests lend wings to these real interests, give them a spiritual meaning, and serve...
From:Church History (Vol. 78, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedIN the past fifteen years, global evangelicalism has emerged as an important field of study. A key contributor to this study has been Paul Freston, who authored Evangelicals and Politics in Asia, Africa, and Latin...
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