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The aim of the present analysis is to investigate the moral assumptions of the Neo-Confucian culture of the Song as reflected in Zhu Xi’s work. The implicit presence of the transmoral element in Zhu Xi’s moral thought is highlighted, and its functioning is interpreted through the notions of moral imperative, moral demand, moral motivation and moral conscience.


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