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Let the Confucian mothers teach it right,
This review is from: Confucius from the Heart: Ancient Wisdom for Today's World (Paperback)
Yu Dan is the finest thing to hit Confucianism since the 1911 Revolution. She represents a whole generation looking with fresh eyes at the tradition's original face. Jeffrey Wasserstrom called her interpretation a populist, compassionate sort of Chicken Soup for the Soul. Some critics say she is "castrating" Confucianism. But maybe the Confucianists should have started long ago to let the mothers teach directly, not just through their sons.
--author of A Galaxy of Immortal Women: The Yin Side of Chinese Civilization