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" Completely absent in Confucian ethic was any tension between nature and deity, between ethical demand and human shortcoming, consciousness of sin and need for salvation, conduct on earth and compensation in the beyond, religious duty and sociopolitical... "
Asian Firms: History, Institutions and Management - 第 119 頁
Frank B. Tipton 著 - 2008 - 432 頁
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The Rise of Western Rationalism: Max Weber's Developmental History

Wolfgang Schluchter - 1985 - 182 頁
...ethic." 81 In 1920 Weber summarized his view in this way: "Completely absent in the Confucian ethic was any tension between nature and deity, between...conduct through inner forces freed of tradition and convention. Family piety, resting in the belief in spirits, was by far the strongest influence on man's...
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Confucian Thought: Selfhood as Creative Transformation

Weiming Tu, Harvard-Yenching Professor of Chinese History Philosophy and Confucian Studies Tu Wei-Ming - 1985 - 203 頁
...Weber argues that by harmonizing the conflict between the self and society, Confucian ethics lacks any tension between nature and deity, between ethical...beyond, religious duty and socio-political reality. 23 Whether or not the Neo-Confucian masters themselves managed to overcome the conflict between their...
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The Integrated Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Environmentalism

S. Steiner-Aeschliman - 1999 - 534 頁
...for influencing conduct through establishing (and releasing) inner tension between nature and deity, ethical demand and human shortcoming, consciousness...salvation, conduct on earth and compensation in the beyond, and religious duty and socio-political reality. According to Weber's interpretation of ascetic Protestantism,...
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An Introduction to Confucianism

Yao (Xinzhong.), Xinzhong Yao, Hsin-chung Yao - 2000 - 344 頁
...concluded that 'Confucianism was indifferent to religion', and that 'Completely absent in Confucian ethic was any tension between nature and deity, between...shortcoming, consciousness of sin and need for salvation' (Weber, 1968: 146, 235). Much unsatisfied with Weber's evaluation that Confucianism is so rationalistic...
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Conservative Thought in Contemporary China

Peter R. Moody - 2007 - 231 頁
...that Confucianism was far too much at home in the society whose ethos it set. As Max Weber concluded: Completely absent in Confucian ethics was any tension...conduct through inner forces freed of tradition and convention.10 The thrust of this perhaps ethnocentric interpretation was convincing enough to early...
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