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Filial Values and “Unhealthy Practices:” When is Corruption Increased by Confucian Virtues? The Roles of Moral Conflict and Societal Transparency
BUCHTEL, Emma Ellen Kathrina 蒲安梅
Does the Confucian virtue of filial piety-- and its requirement to "love with distinction"-- encourage corruption? This question has received recent interest from philosophers, but has not been addressed empirically. Despite the intuitively appealing . . .
Project Start Year : 2018  Chief Investigator(s) : BUCHTEL, Emma Ellen Kathrina 蒲安梅

Comparative study of higher education sustainability discourses in Hong Kong and Russia
This study addresses the issue of enforcing western sustainability discourse into non-western Higher Education (HE) systems that rests on different social, cultural, and political traditions. Using empirical data, this research will explore, describe . . .
Project Start Year : 2013  Chief Investigator(s) : SAVELYEVA TAMARA

Vernadsky of Russia and Yulgok of Korea: An Unexpected Encounter in Sustainability Education
This project aims to establish South-South and North-South collaboration in social science knowledge creation by bringing scholars together to reflect on the pedagogic theories and ideas of intellectuals and educational reformers from the Global Sout . . .
Project Start Year : 2017  Chief Investigator(s) : SAVELYEVA TAMARA

Are Filial Values Opposed to Universal Benevolence? The Relationship Between Traditional Confucian Virtues and Particularism
BUCHTEL, Emma Ellen Kathrina 蒲安梅
This research project develops a localized measure of particularism vs. corruption tolerance, and serves as a pilot study for further research on their influence by the possible contradictions between the Confucian virtues of filial piety and univers . . .
Project Start Year : 2016  Chief Investigator(s) : BUCHTEL, Emma Ellen Kathrina 蒲安梅

Concepts of Ghosts, Spirits and Sacrificial Ritual of Han Yu – Focusing on Han Yu’s sacrificial writings to City-Gods (韓愈的鬼神和祭禮觀念──以城隍神祭文為中心)
FUNG, Chi Wang 馮志弘
Han Yu is the most important Kuwen (ancient prose) writer in the Tang dynasty. He also highlighted the relationship between “Wen” (literature) and “Tao”(way), and regarded himself as a “pure Confucianist”. Gods, ghosts and spirits are traditional con . . .
Project Start Year : 2015  Chief Investigator(s) : FUNG, Chi Wang 馮志弘

Filial Morality: East and West
SIN, Wai Lam William 冼偉林
How far does morality require adult children to make sacrifices on behalf of their aging parents? In this project, I will demonstrate how we may respond to this question by drawing reference to rule-consequentialism, Contractualism, and Confucianism. . . .
Project Start Year : 2014  Chief Investigator(s) : SIN, Wai Lam William 冼偉林

Confucianism in Contemporary Chinese Politics
CHEUNG, Chi Kin 張志健
This project investigates the role of Confucianism in contemporary Chinese politics. Following the success of China’s market economic reform, socialist ideology, once defined the social order of pre-reform China, is beginning to fade away in China’s . . .
Project Start Year : 2012  Chief Investigator(s) : CHEUNG, Chi Kin 張志健

The Moral World of the Water Margin (水滸傳的道德世界)
SIN, Wai Lam William 冼偉林
I attempt to explain the moral statuses of the “heroes” (or bandits) in the novel of Water Margin. In the history of the reading of this novel, numerous commentators have, on the one hand, expressed their shock towards the cruel actions which the ban . . .
Project Start Year : 2012  Chief Investigator(s) : SIN, Wai Lam William 冼偉林

Reconfiguring Thanatology and Death Education from Japanese and Chinese Perspectives: the Cases of Nishida Kitarō and Tang Junyi
This project attempts to examine the reconfiguration of thanatology and death education from Japanese and Chinese perspectives, with a focus on the discourses given by Nishida Kitarō and Tang Junyi, the two profound representatives of the Kyoto Schoo . . .
Project Start Year : 2009  Chief Investigator(s) : LAM WING KEUNG, KEVIN 林永強

Envisioning Japanese and Chinese Philosophical Potentials in the 21st Century
This project attempts to explore Japanese and Chinese Philosophical potentials in the 21st century through examining the philosophical movements occured in Japan and China including the Kyoto School and Contemporary Neo-Confucianism.
Project Start Year : 2008  Chief Investigator(s) : LAM WING KEUNG, KEVIN 林永強

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