Full Name
TAN SOR HOON
Variants
Tan, S.-H.
 
Main Affiliation
 
 
Email
phitansh@nus.edu.sg
 

Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
12010Authoritative Master Kong (Confucius) in an authoritarian ageTan, S.-H. 
2Oct-2009Beyond elitism: A community ideal for a modern East AsiaTan, S.-H. 
32004China's pragmatist experiment in democracy: Hu Shih's pragmatism and Dewey's influence in ChinaTan, S.-H. 
42007Confucian democracy as pragmatic experiment: Uniting love of learning and love of antiquityTan, S.-H. 
52010Confucianism and democracyTan, S.-H. 
6May-2012Democracy in confucianismTan, S.-H. 
7Feb-2014Early Confucian Concept of Yi and Deliberative DemocracyTan, S.-H. 
82004From cannibalism to empowerment: An analects-inspired attempt to balance community and libertyTan, S.-H. 
92004From cannibalism to empowerment: An analects-inspired attempt to balance community and libertyTan, S.-H. 
102011How can a Chinese democracy be pragmatic?Tan, S.-H. 
112005Imagining Confucius: Paradigmatic characters and virtue ethicsTan, S.-H. 
122005Imagining Confucius: Paradigmatic characters and virtue ethicsTan, S.-H. 
13Jun-2012Li (ritual/rite) and tian (heaven/nature) in the Xunzi: Does Confucian li need metaphysics?Tan, S.-H. 
142003Political implications of confucian familismRappa, A. ; Tan, S.-H. 
152014The Concept of Yi in the Mencius and Problems of Distributive JusticeTan, S.-H. 
16Jul-2011The Dao of politics: Li (rituals/rites) and laws as pragmatic tools of governmentTan, S.-H. 
17Dec-2012The Pragmatic Confucian approach to tradition in modernizing ChinaTan, S.-H. 
18Oct-2011Why study Chinese classics and how to go about it: Response to Zongjie Wu's 'Interpretation, autonomy, and transformation: Chinese pedagogic discourse in cross-cultural perspective'Tan, S.-H.