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This book argues that the liberal concept of rights presupposes and is grounded in an individualistic culture or shared way of relating, and that this particular shared way of relating emerged only in the wake of the Reformation in the modern West.
|Ch. 2||Retrieving the concept of political culture||19|
|Ch. 3||Rights and the liberal concept of rights||57|
|Ch. 4||Individualism as cultural grounding||101|
|Ch. 5||Confucianism and the making of Chinese politico-cultural tradition||139|
|Ch. 6||In lieu of a conclusion : the language of rights and democratic change in China||179|