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漫谈咲良田 Reference List

Chapter 1 从抽象的善恶到具体的人性

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Herodotus, Histories, Book 3, Chapter 38

《論語·季氏》

《呂氏春秋·先識覽·察微》

《孟子·告子上》

《孟子·公孫丑上》

《史記·宋微子世家》

《司馬法·仁本》

《荀子·性惡》

《揚子法言·修身》

《左傳·成公》

康有為《請禁婦女裹足折》

Chapter 2 个体感受是道德判断的最终依据

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《朱子語類》卷十三《學七·力行