Vers une anthropologie du Confucianisme

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Rieu, Alain-Marc;
  • Publisher: Les Indes savantes
  • Subject: anthropology | Confucianism | anthopologie | philosophy | mythologie | mythology | Confucianisme | philosophie | China | [SHS.HISPHILSO]Humanities and Social Sciences/History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences | Chine | métaphysique | metaphysics

Research in Anthropology developed in France by Jean-Pierre Vernant, Marcel Détienne and Philippe Descola opens the possibility to reframe the debate and research on the function of Confucianism in Chinese culture, history and society. This paper shows how Confucianism ... View more
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