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《People's Tribune.Frontiers》 2012-13
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The Origins of Guan Ben Wei Phenomenon from the Perspective of Political Philosophy

Feng Liao  
Guan Ben Wei is a derivative of the Monarch-oriented Viewpoint. In traditional politics and culture, the political philosophy of Han Fei actually laid the foundation for and eventually facilitated the formation of Guan Ben Wei. Established in the late Warring States period, the political philosophy of Han Fei firmly upheld Monarch-oriented Viewpoint, and created the idea of monarch centralization. As it proposed a series of political arrangements, such as the monarch overseeing the officials, all benefits, honors and awards coming from one source, and cultural control, it was favored and implemented by the rulers of Qin Dynasty, thus directly influencing the political system and political ideas of the Qin and Han dynasties. But owing to certain shortcomings of Han Fei's political theory, the Monarch-oriented Viewpoint has become a social trend, i.e.Guan Ben Wei, and spawned a range of negative effects.
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