Voice From the East: The Chinese Theory of Justice
Editor: Huang Yushun
Translated by Hou Pingping, Wang Keyou
Hardback - 300 pages
This book is a pioneering study on restructuring the Chinese theory of justice against a background of hegemonic dominance of Western theory of justice and of collective aphasia of China’s intellectual and academic communities in this aspect. It discusses the problems caused by the dominating Western theory of justice and the urgent needs for a universal theory of justice. It delineates the origin and the development of the Chinese intellectual history of justice and explores ways to address justice-related issues in the contemporary world. This book aims to initiate a dialogue on the theory of justice in the world and to stimulate further debate and research.
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