Ch'en Liang on Public Interest and the Law (review)

Ch'en Liang on Public Interest and the Law (review) 268 China Review International: Vol. 4, No. 1, Spring 1997 Hoyt Cleveland Tillman. Ch'en Liang on Public Interest and the Law. Honolulu: University ofHawai'i Press, 1994. Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy Monograph No. 12. xxi, 150 pp. Paper $15.00, isbn 08248-1610-2. Professor Hoyt TUlman is the preeminent interpreter and student of Chen Liang in the West and has already published a major monograph on Chen's "utilitarian Confucianism" as weU as a major study of Zhu Xi's (1130-1200) rise to ascendancy within Southern Song philosophic circles.1 No one is better prepared to present Chen's reflections on public interest and the law. In these studies TiUman has provided the scholarly community not only with a specific study of Chen Liang but also wifh a survey of how Chen fitted into fhe larger debates that shaped the development of the Confucian Way in the Song dynasty. TiUman's short essay continues to refine both our understanding of Chen Liang's views on public and phüosophic issues and fhe complicated world of scholarly feUowship wifhin which Chen lived. In fact, TiUman has introduced die notion that the various scholars we now caU the Neo-Confucians represented a feUowship of individuals dedicated, in their various http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Ch'en Liang on Public Interest and the Law (review)

China Review International, Volume 4 (1) – Mar 30, 1997

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268 China Review International: Vol. 4, No. 1, Spring 1997 Hoyt Cleveland Tillman. Ch'en Liang on Public Interest and the Law. Honolulu: University ofHawai'i Press, 1994. Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy Monograph No. 12. xxi, 150 pp. Paper $15.00, isbn 08248-1610-2. Professor Hoyt TUlman is the preeminent interpreter and student of Chen Liang in the West and has already published a major monograph on Chen's "utilitarian Confucianism" as weU as a major study of Zhu Xi's (1130-1200) rise to ascendancy within Southern Song philosophic circles.1 No one is better prepared to present Chen's reflections on public interest and the law. In these studies TiUman has provided the scholarly community not only with a specific study of Chen Liang but also wifh a survey of how Chen fitted into fhe larger debates that shaped the development of the Confucian Way in the Song dynasty. TiUman's short essay continues to refine both our understanding of Chen Liang's views on public and phüosophic issues and fhe complicated world of scholarly feUowship wifhin which Chen lived. In fact, TiUman has introduced die notion that the various scholars we now caU the Neo-Confucians represented a feUowship of individuals dedicated, in their various

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