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Ishita Mathur completed her Masters from the Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi in 2022, specialising in Korean Studies. She is currently studying Korean language from the King Sejong Institute in Patna and is interested in the intersection of history, society and culture and how it shapes identity and interaction in East Asia.

Confucian Social Legitimacy: A Gendered Approach to Concepts of Filial Piety and the Order Of Patriarchal Principles
05 Apr 2023

Confucian principles have been an immutable part of Chinese society, the process of their integration and propagation resulting in the establishment of social legitimacy over time. Max Weber considered Confucianism as one of the major world religions


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