Character and Responsibility in Ancient China and Greece
Ancient Greek moral philosophy and Chinese moral philosophy are both anchored in reflections about character and social roles, particularly responsibilities and priorities. By juxtaposing these practical ethical debates from different world perspectives, conferees considered perennial questions of character formation and personal responsibility.
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