Articles by Li-Chia Lo

March 16, 2023

🦋 Let’s tell a more contextual story about Minben

Li-Chia Lo
Li-Chia Lo revisits Rongxin Li’s essay on the Confucian concept of Minben (people-core/root) to offer more context to the concept and to differentiate it from the Chinese concept of Minzhu (people-master). Lo argues that both concepts are different, and we should not elide them
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Li-Chia Lo
Associate, Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance, University of Canberra

Li-Chia holds a PhD from the School of Social & Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne.

He has published on deliberative democracy in China and trade politics between China and Taiwan.

His research interests include critical and democratic theory, as well as China and Taiwan studies, with a focus on the cross-cultural/contextual transformation of political ideas.

By analysing a diverse range of texts, he aims to uncover the flow of meaning, action, and participation.

Recently, he has honed his data analytics skills and aims to bridge computerised text analysis with discourse analysis.

He tweets @thinkingpolis

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