Confucius, the analects, and Western education
- Flanagan, Frank M.
- London ; New York : Continuum, c2011.
- Physical description
- 208 p. ; 25 cm.
LA1133 .F53 2011
- Unknown LA1133 .F53 2011
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -201) and index.
- Introduction: Confucius and the Analects-- 1. The Phenomenon of Confucianism-- 2. Who was Confucius?-- 3. Confucianism and the Family-- 4. The Confucian Conception of Community-- 5. Confucianism and Language-- 6. The Place of Ritual-- 7. Pedagogy and Language-- 8. The Confucian Gentleman-- 9. Confucianism and the Modern Age-- Conclusion-- Index.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Frank Flanagan explores significance Confucius' philosophy has for Western education systems today. Frank Flanagan explores the significance for western liberal/democratic educational systems of the philosophy of Confucius. He presents the central elements of Confucius' approach to education and government through an account of the biography of Confucius, an analysis of Analects, and an evaluation of the Confucian tradition through selected contemporary critical accounts. He assesses the value that the Confucian tradition has for the educational systems of advanced industrialised countries in the 21st century.
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- Publication date
- Frank M. Flanagan.