- Title Pages
- Foreword: The Professor's <i>Dé</i> , or the Many-Sided Chad Hansen
- 1 Were the Early Confucians Virtuous?
- 2 Mencius as Consequentialist
- 3 No Need for Hemlock: Mencius's Defense of Tradition
- 4 Mohism and Motivation
- 5 “It Goes beyond Skill”
- 6 The Sounds of <i>Zhèngmíng</i>: Setting Names Straight in Early Chinese Texts
- 7 Embodied Virtue, Self-Cultivation, and Ethics
- 8 Moral Tradition Respect
- 9 Piecemeal Progress: Moral Traditions, Modern Confucianism, and Comparative Philosophy
- 10 <i>Agon</i> and <i>Hé</i>: Contest and Harmony
- 11 Confucianism and Moral Intuition
- 12 Chapter 38 of the <i>Dàodéjīng</i> as an Imaginary Genealogy of Morals
- 13 Poetic Language: Zhuāngzǐ and Dù Fǔ's Confucian Ideals
- 14 <i>Dào</i> as a Naturalistic Focus
- Ethics in Early China
- Hong Kong University Press
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