The Religion of China: Confucianism and Taoism

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Free Press, 1951 - Religion - 308 pages
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Compares and contrasts the social and economic development of Chinese and Western societies and demonstrates the way in which Confucian and Taoist religious values inhibited the development of a capitalist economy in China. Bibliogs

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Contents

City Prince and God
3
The Charismatic and Pontifical Position of the Central
30
Administration and Rural Structure
63
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Weber was a professor at the University of Heidelberg. Acknowledged as one of the greatest of the founders of sociology, his influence has yet to reach its peak.

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