• Sébastien Billioud and Joël Thoraval, Le Sage et le peuple. Le renouveau confucéen en Chine (The Sage and the People: The Confucian Revival in China)

    Paris, CNRS Éditions, 2014, 436 pp. Review by Ji Zhe This book, which has been recently translated into English,[1] sets out a new paradigm for…

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  • Social experimentation and “popular Confucianism”

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  • Educating Through Music: From an “Initiation into Classical Music” for Children to Confucian “Self-Cultivation” for University Students

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  • André Laliberté, The Politics of Buddhist Organizations in Taiwan 1989-2003. Safeguarding the faith, building a pure land, helping the poor

    With their adherents numbering millions and their enormous financial resources, Buddhist groups are a significant force in the civil society of Taiwan today. Their political…

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  • The Establishment of a Lay Clergy by the Modern Chan Society The practice of modern Chinese Buddhism

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  • Buddhism and the State: A New Relationship Increasing numbers of believers bring great changes to the monastic economy in China

    Buddhism, like other religions or traditional forms of worship, has boomed in China over the past twenty years. This renaissance may be explained first of…

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