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《Journal of Shandong University(Philosophy and Social Sciences)》 2007-06
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The Political Value of Confucianism and Social Transformation in China

GE Quan(Law School,Shandong University at WeiHai,WeiHai 264209,P.R.China)  
Seen from the perspective of the political value of traditional Confucianism,it is difficult to revive Confucianism in the modernization process in China.Traditional Confucianism is political in nature,and its core political values are the supremacy of emperors,male elders' power and principles of morals.So the destiny of traditional culture is to fit the existence and the maintenance and development of the monarchic politics.The values and standards in traditional Confucianism are contradictory to modern ideal.The continuity of Confucianism between the pre-Qin and Han dynasty places those who hope or initiate a revival or upgrading of Confucianism to promote social transformation in China in an awkward situation.
【CateGory Index】: B222
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