How does Fingerlette explain the Confucian notion of the individual? How is it tied to li or ritual? How might our "Western" notion of individuality effect our attitude regarding death? For Mencius, what is the true sign of one's humanity? Wha

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How does Fingerlette explain the Confucian notion of the individual? How is it tied to li or ritual? How might our "Western" notion of individuality effect our attitude regarding death? For Mencius, what is the true sign of one's humanity? What does this mean to you, and furthermore, what does this tell us about how we react to the death/suffering of others?

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