Ideas, history, and modern China ; v. 2. 1875-9394.
Formatted Contents Note
pt. 1. "Consider the other more important than the self" : Liang Shuming's view of Confucian ethics / Chen Lai The basic form, actual form, and potential form of neo-Confucianism : considering the historical function and practical significance of neo-Confucianism / Liao Kebin Individual identification and the realm of moral character / Liu Dong Classical and modern readings of Laozi's Ziran / Liu Xiaogan The isomorphism of family and state and the integration of church and state : on the differences between the Confucian political tradition and democratic politics / Shih Yuan-Kang Confucian experience and philosophical discourse : reflections on some aporiae in contemporary neo-Confucianism / Joell Thoraval pt. 2. "Westernization" vs. "sinicization" : an eneffaceable paradox within China's modernization process / Yu Keping Contradictions within enlightenment ideas / Xu Jilin Rural reconstruction, the nation-state, and China's modernity problem : reflections on Liang Shuming's rural reconstruction theory and its practice / Lu Xinyu Who is afraid of Lu Xun? : the politics of "debates about Lu Xun" and the question of his legacy in post-Revolution China / Zhong Xueping Progress theory : the constraint on China's cultural Renaissance / He Qing
pt. 3. "One and three, three and one" : the impact of the Cultural Revolution on Chinese modernity / Tang Shaojie Why did the Cultural Revolution end? / Han Shaogong A unique transcendence : Deng Xiaoping's China and Mao Zedong's China / Gong Yuzhi The impact of the Cultural Revolution on reform era political culture / Roderick MacFarquhar The influence of China's cultural tradition of revolution on reform-period conceptions of modernity / Cao Tian Yu The Chinese Revolution and the self identity of the Chinese nation / Lin Chun Comments on Gong Yuzhi's "A unique transcendence" and Roderick MacFarquhar's "The impact of the Cultural Revolution on reform-era political culture" / Lin Chun China's social transformation and two types of modernity / Gao Like Confusian Marxism and its implications in the current age of globalization / Chen Weigang The Cold War, imperial aesthetics, and area studies / Wang Ban Themes for China : modern arts, modern conflict / Marshall Berman.
Translated from Chinese.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.