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Attitudes toward Human Rights

Modal and Individual Personalities in Taiwan

Jeffrey J. Guo and Meei-Ying Kao

, nationalism, internationalism, civil liberalism, and world government (Kosterman & Feshbach, 1989 :264-268). In Taiwan, extensive research has been conducted on human rights, psychological analyses on attempts to quantify the concept of human rights are scant. Our study is a pioneering one, and integrates


theorist, and so was Mikhailovskii, b u t the ideal o f justice which the Vekhovtsy found in socialism was retained. They explicitly divorced political and civil liberalism from the economic liberalism that had accompanied it since the days o f Bright and Cobden. Instead, they argued t h a t liberalism is