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Edited by Mathew Foust and Sor-Hoon Tan

This work builds on earlier works, which defend Confucianism against charges of sexism and present interpretations of Confucianism compatible with Feminism, but contributors go beyond the much discussed care ethics, and common arguments of how ren (humaneness) can ground an egalitarian humanism that include gender equality. Besides ethics and political philosophy topics, this volume includes discussions in other philosophical areas such as epistemology, metaphysics, and applied philosophy. Through the encounter of Feminism and Confucius’s perspectives, each contributor generates novel answers to the questions addressed. In some cases, authors raise new questions about the chosen topic, inadequacies in how it has been addressed in previous Confucian or Feminist discourse, and/or challenges for either or both Confucianism and Feminism.

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Sita T. van Bemmelen

ethnic groups ( Adatrechtbundels ), consisting of 41 volumes. 57 I have thus followed the ‘extended case method’. For further explanation of this methodological approach, see Irianto (2003:27–9). 58 I also interviewed well-educated Minahasan women in 1985 who were much easier to find, both in Jakarta and

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Lisa Hellman

/8, 17/8 1776; ‘Journal för skeppet Gustaf III 1791–1792’, Svenska Ostindiska Kompaniets arkiv, GUB , 26/10, 30/10, 6/11, 13/11 1791. 166 Marko Lamberg, ‘Introduction’, in Physical and Cultural Space in Pre-Industrial Europe: Methodological Approaches to Spatiality , ed. Marko Lamberg, Marko Hakanen

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Lisa Hellman

(Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010). 6 Rosita Rindler Schjerve and Eva Vetter. ‘Historical Sociolinguistics and Multilingualism: Theoretical and Methodological Issues in the Development of a Multifunctional Framework’, in Diglossia and Power: Language Policies and Practice in the 19th Century Habsburg Empire

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Sita T. van Bemmelen

ethnic groups ( Adatrechtbundels ), consisting of 41 volumes. 57 I have thus followed the ‘extended case method’. For further explanation of this methodological approach, see Irianto (2003:27–9). 58 I also interviewed well-educated Minahasan women in 1985 who were much easier to find, both in Jakarta and