Xiao (孝) – najtrwalsza z chińskich cnót i jej współczesne interpretacje

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Title Xiao (孝) – najtrwalsza z chińskich cnót i jej współczesne interpretacje
Autor: Tylkowski, Marek
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11331/1335
Date: 2016
Źródło: Inskrypcje. R. 4, z. 2 (7) (2016), s. 121-133
Abstract: The objective of this article is to analyse contemporary interpretations of the Chinese virtue called xiao. The author first describes the role and meaning of xiao (mostly translated to English as filial piety) in traditional Chinese culture and society. Then he analyses its contemporary interpretations in various sources, such as electronic media, state television programs, popular culture, and thought of contemporary Chinese philosophers. This analysis leads to the conclusion that the present-day notion of xiao differs from that existing in the past. The earlier notion placed a strong emphasis on obedience to parents’ wishes; nowadays this notion emphasizes concern about parents’ emotional wellbeing, while giving children a higher degree of independence.

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