Remaking China's Public Philosophy and Chinese Women's Liberation: The Volatile Mixing of Confucianism, Marxism and Feminism
Views women's liberation as a comprehensive project and part of the process of China's democratization by using the prism of public philosophy to examine Chinese women's liberation in a global context.
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Chapter Four Is Western Feminism a Panacea
Chapter Two Is the Slogan of Womens Liberation Still Valid
Chapter Three Should Confucianism be Responsible
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