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Jeff Tan

not merely as an advantage, but as a duty’ giving the bourgeoisie ‘the moral strength to subvert the previous order and create a new one, based on the organization of free wage earners for the purpose of economic profit’ ( Guiso et al 2006 : 26). Traditional religions such as Confucianism in contrast

Sean Foley

resolved. As is stated in the Quran, “Had Allah willed, He would have made you one nation.” This approach, ironically, lends itself well to Chinese culture, especially Confucianism. For example, Confucius’ teachings provide a clear warning against imposing a singular political and social vision across

R. Israeli

MITTEILUNGEN AHUNG AND LITERATUS: A MUSLIM ELITE IN CONFUCIAN CHINA Religion in China was closely intertwined with intellectual life and with the political and social institutions of the nation. Confucianism was identified with scholarship and was deeply entrenched in the habits of thought

Ulrich Brandenburg

journal Gaikō jihō he went even further and suggested an alliance of all Asian peoples to defend themselves against Europe. 133 In other encounters with the Japanese public, he was full of praise for Japan’s moral virtues and particularly for Confucianism and the “Japanese spirit” ( yamato damashii