Contempoary Chinese Thought (Vol 44) From Revolution to the Republic: Chen Jianhua on Vernacular Chinese Modernity

Suoqiao QIAN
Year of Publication
M. E. Sharpe

This wide ranging journal is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the diverse themes and influences that shape Chinese thought today. It features translations of the most current and influential Chinese writings on all aspects of philosophical endeavor, from theoretical essays on systems to studies of China’s cultural and religious development, from interpretations of the Chinese classics to exegeses on Marxist thought.

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