Tu Weiming

by Dr. Tu Weiming This paper was presented at the UNESO 21st Century Dialogues: Building Knowledge Societies, Seoul, Korea, 27-28 July 2004. The idea of a “public intellectual” recently has attracted a great deal of...
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by Dr. Tu Weiming As a spiritual humanism, Confucianism’s project for human flourishing involves four dimensions: self, community, Earth, and Heaven. Character building, the primary purpose of Confucian moral education...
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Interview by Anja Steinbauer Professor Tu, could you give our readers an idea of where your philosophical interests lie? When I first came to the States to study philosophy in 1962, to my great surprise, at the...
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by Dr. Tu Weiming This is a transcript of a public lecture held at Stanford University on Feb 21st 2012. The Confucian zheng rendered as “politics,” zhengzhi in Modern Chinese, is defined as “rectification,” also the...
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by Tu Weiming This is the full text of the statement prepared by Professor Tu Weiming of the International Confucian Ecological Alliance (ICEA) and announced at the ARC meeting in Trondheim, Norway in July 2013...
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