The First Ten Books by Confucius, D. C. Lau

By Confucius, D. C. Lau

All through background, a few books have replaced the realm. they've got reworked the best way we see ourselves -- and every different. they've got encouraged debate, dissent, struggle and revolution. they've got enlightened, outraged, provoked and comforted. they've got enriched lives -- and destroyed them. Now Penguin brings you the works of the nice thinkers, pioneers, radicals and visionaries whose rules shook civilization and helped make us who we're. might be the main generally learn philosopher of all time, Confucius reworked chinese language philosophy along with his trust that the best aim in lifestyles used to be pursuit of 'The Way': a look for advantage no longer as a way to rewards during this global or the subsequent, yet because the top of human lifestyles

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S. S. degrees from Brigham Young University. He has been at the University of Nebraska since 1978, having served as Associate Vice Chancellor since 1991. His research covered topics such as children’s work in the family and the effect of economic marginality on the family. He is concerned with issues such as introducing technology in the classroom. Sociology at the University of Washington. Her teaching interests have been primarily in introductory sociology and social problems, while her research interests are primarily in the areas of health services research and the social psychological consequences of inequality.

Similarly, we will recognize that to solve social problems, we will likely have to change social structures and roles, not just change individuals. Although poverty, divorce, and racism are experienced as intensely personal hardships, we can’t eliminate or alleviate them by giving everyone personal therapy. To solve these and many other social problems, we need to change social structures; we need to rewrite the play and rebuild the theater. The sociological imagination offers a new way to look at—and a new way to solve—common troubles and dilemmas that individuals face.

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