How did neo-confucianism respond to the changes of late Ming society?
Ming society from the late sixteenth to the mid seventeenth century was a
society in the grips of profound economic, social and political changes. It
is always easy to look back on a period, view the big picture and label it
as a period of upheaval. But records left show that even contemporaries
recognised the ferment they were living through. With such all-encompassing
and intense changes, it was perhaps inevitable that the tradition of
morals, virtues and religious belief, passed down from the time of the
Divine Sages, would itself be forced to undergo changes in order to
maintain a rele…
- How did neo-confucianism respond to the changes of late Ming society?
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