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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 5 1. Flexible cultures. 2. Dream of the Red Chamber, critique of Confucian sternness. Admonitory tones of the Confucian ideals. 3. Setup of different roles in which all were suppose to fit into, suggest that if one role is not obey, another will fall out of place. 4. Formulaic. Father, son, Ruler, subject. 5. Behaviour of the subordinate is dependent on the behavior of the leadership figure. 6. Paternal model for government because afriad of losing the human factor, slipping into a beauracratic, mechanistic form of government. 7. 146, if the people be led by laws uniformity (order maybe better) maybe given them in punishment. (zhen), 1211, 1219, name of the father in the Dream of the Red Chamber. a. Lead the people by governmental measures. b. Zhengzi 8. If lead by &#2; virtue, set against law and punishment....
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