Confucian China and Its Modern Fate: A Trilogy

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University of California Press, 1968 - History - 579 pages
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Contents

the amateur ideal in ming and early
15
Confucianism and the end
44
TI AND YOUNGSUBSTANCE AND FUNCTION
59
THE CHINWEN SCHOOL AND THE CLASSICAL
79
THE MODERN KUWEN OPPOSITION REACTION
86
THE ROLE OF NATIONALISM IN THE DISOWNING
95
i AS
109
EMPHASIS ON GENERAL VALIDITY 2 AS
117
BASIC CONFRONTATION page 51
51
THE LIMITS
60
BUREAUCRACY S LONG IMPERVIOUSNESS
77
TAIPINGS STORM THE CONFUCIAN HEAVEN
100
The Vestige of Suggestiveness
117
the Japanese and Chinese
136
BiBliography 164
164
LIAO PlNG AND
3

COMMUNISM
134
western powers and chinese revolutions
146
a new vocabularyofa
156
notes
165
biBliography
204
preface page V
v
THE DRAINING OF THE MONARCHICAL
3
Tension and Vitality
23
THE EVOLUTION OF THE CONFUCIAN
35
THE EROSION
16
THE PLACING OF THE CHINESE COMMUNISTS
47
THE PLACE OF CONFUCIUS IN COMMUNIST
61
Historical Significance
83
CONCLUSION
110
notes 126
126
BiBliography
159
INDEX 177
177
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