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The Resource Beyond liberal democracy : political thinking for an East Asian context, Daniel A. Bell, (electronic resource)

Beyond liberal democracy : political thinking for an East Asian context, Daniel A. Bell, (electronic resource)

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Beyond liberal democracy : political thinking for an East Asian context
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Beyond liberal democracy
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political thinking for an East Asian context
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Daniel A. Bell
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eng
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Beyond liberal democracy : political thinking for an East Asian context, Daniel A. Bell, (electronic resource)
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Beyond liberal democracy : political thinking for an East Asian context, Daniel A. Bell, (electronic resource)
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [343]-367) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
One size doesn't fit all -- The uniquely parochial development of liberal democracy -- Human rights for an East Asian context -- Democracy for an East Asian context -- Capitalism for an East Asian context -- A note on the culturally sensitive approach to political theorizing -- Human rights for an East Asian context -- Just war and Confucianism : implications for the contemporary world -- The ideal world versus nonideal theory -- General Confucian principles of good government -- Mencius on just and unjust war -- Implications for contemporary societies -- Human rights and "values in Asia" : reflections on East-West dialogues -- Trade-offs and priorities -- Asian justifications for human rights -- Values in Asia versus Western liberalism : justifiable moral differences? -- Cross-cultural dialogues on human rights : what is the point? -- The ethical challenges of international human rights NGOs : reflections on dialogues between practitioners and theorists -- The challenge of cultural conflict -- The challenge of dealing with global poverty -- The challenge of dealing with states that restrict the activities of INGOs -- The challenge of fund-raising -- Implications for INGOs in East Asia -- Democracy for an East Asian context -- What's wrong with active citizenship? a comparison of physical education in ancient Greece and ancient China -- Two ancient civilizations -- Why compare state-sponsored physical education in the two ancient civilizations? -- Political competition and sports competition -- Commercial societies, leisure time, and the pursuit of physical excellence -- Implications for contemporary East Asian societies -- Taking elitism seriously : democracy with Confucian characteristics -- Political elitism and democracy : two important values -- Institutionalizing Confucian democracy -- Is democracy the "least bad" system for minority groups? -- Some definitions -- Democracy and nation building -- Implications for outside prodemocracy forces -- Democratic education in a multicultural context : lessons from Singapore -- Singapore's political history -- Racism in the classroom? -- Inclusive multiculturalism -- Beyond Singapore? -- Capitalism for an East Asian context -- Culture and egalitarian development : Confucian constraints on property rights -- On the selection of feasible and desirable Confucian values for modern societies -- The overriding value of material welfare -- The value of care for needy family members -- Exporting Confucianism? -- East Asian capitalism for an age of globalization -- East Asian capitalism and economic productivity -- East Asian capitalism and social welfare -- Implications for public policy -- Justice for migrant workers? the case of migrant domestic workers in East Asia -- The political concerns of foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong and Singapore -- Should foreign domestic workers be given equal rights? -- The role of culture -- Migrant domestic workers in mainland China -- Responses to critics : the real and the ideal
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xii, 379 p.
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  • online
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
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