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    Title: 禮治與正名-論儒家對於政治正當性之倫常奠基的道德文法學構想
    Other Titles: The Rule of the Rites and the Doctrine of the Rectification of Names: The Moral Grammar of Confucian Political Legitimacy Based on the Order of Human Relationships
    Authors: 林遠澤
    Contributors: 哲學系
    Keywords: 儒家;孔子;荀子;禮治;正名
    Confucian;Confucius;Xunzi 荀子;rule of the rites;rectification of names
    Date: 2013.03
    Issue Date: 2013-12-03 14:51:04 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文將透過儒家禮治與西方民主法治國理念的對比,指出儒家係基於關懷倫理的道德差等性與忠恕之道的可普遍化判斷,而以人倫差等、平天下的世界主義與團結和諧的社會整合,做為其政治哲學的核心理念。透過對於孔子正名論的溝通理論解讀,本文也將指出,儒家對於政治正當性的倫常奠基,實即透過禮治的社會立憲,將客觀規範的共識建構過程,建立在言行舉止的道德文法表達中。
    This paper illustrates the core concepts of Confucian political philosophy by comparing Confucius's idea of the rule of the rites with the Western concept of a democratic state under the rule of law. Interpreting Confucius's doctrine of the rectification of names as a theory of communicative action, the author explores the foundation of Confucian political legitimacy in the order of human relationships, viewed in this paper as being the moral grammar of a form of social constitutionalism. This interpretation allows us to explain how Confucius justifies political legitimacy in a ritual society.
    Relation: 漢學研究, 31(1),255-284
    Data Type: article
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