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Neo-Aristotelian Confucianism? Applicability of virtue ethics in early Confucian studies

, translated by David Ross, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Bernstein, R. J., 1991. Incommensurability and Otherness Revisite. In: Eliot Deutsch (ed.) Culture and Modernity: East-West Philosophic Perspectives. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 85-103. Cua, A. S., 1998. Moral Vision and Tradition: Essays in Chinese Ethics. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press. Hall, D. L. and Roger T. A., 1998. Thinking from the Han: Self, Truth, and Transcendence in Chinese and Western Culture. Albany: State

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How to Respond to Conflicts Over Value Pluralism?

incommensurability, and if there is a lack of self-reflexivity among the socio-cultural groups involved in these conflicts, in other words if these groups are unable to give up the illusion of cultural self-sufficiency. Moreover, the plea for cultural self-reflexivity can be accused of being elitist, only within reach for highly educated, as the sociological analysis of value conflicts in the second section of this paper has shown. Unfortunately, the dynamics of these conflicts is anything but reflective, but rather fuelled by people’s immediate feeling that their socio

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Another Brick in the Whole. The Case-Law of the Court of Justice on Free Movement and Its Possible Impact on European Criminal Law

-302. • De Búrca Grainne, 1993, ‘The Principle of Proportionality’ and its Application in EC Law, in Yearbook of European Law , XIII(1): 105-150. • Donini Massimo, 2003, ‘Sussidiarietà penale e sussidiarietà comunitaria’, in Rivista italiana di diritto e procedura penale , XLVI(1-2): 141-183. • Endicott Timothy, 2012, ‘Proportionality and Incommensurability’, in University of Oxford Legal Research Paper Series , no. 40, available at . • Fichera Massimo and Herlin-Karnell Ester, 2013, ‘The Margin of Appreciation Test

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