Confucian Spirituality: volume one
Wei-Ming Tu, Mary Evelyn Tucker
Crossroad Publishing Company, 2003 - Philosophy - 408 pages
One of the most important works on Confucian religion, ethics, and spirituality. The vibrant nature of the 2500-year-old Confucian tradition is celebrated here. Insights into this spiritual richness regarding topics such as self-cultivation, education, family relationships, social commitment, and political engagement are now available for the first time in English.
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