|Statement||Jinghao Zhou ; foreword by Derek H. Davis.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 231 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||231|
Remaking China's public philosophy for the twenty-first century. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Jinghao Zhou. Get this from a library! Remaking China's public philosophy for the twenty-first century. [Jinghao Zhou] -- Uses the prism of public philosophy to examine Chinese society, modernization, globalization, and democratization as a whole. The concluding chapter deals with the issue of remaking China's public philosophy in a global context. While trying to predict China's future for the 21st century, the author suggests that the democratic system may possibly constitute the "final form of human government," even though it will "continuously meet confrontations from all directions. China has experienced tremendous change during the People's Republic, particularly over the past 15 years, when it has begun a shift from a centrally planned economy to a market-oriented system. This book, based on an international symposium held at Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo, attempts to picture the landscape of China in the twenty-first century.
Dang'an (simplified Chinese: 档案; traditional Chinese: 檔案; pinyin: dàng'àn) is a Chinese word meaning "record/Archive". Used in the political and administrative context, it means a permanent dossier or archival system that records the "performance and attitudes" of citizens of mainland China. Together with the current system of household registration, the Hukou system, it has been an. “Essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the twenty-first century."—Vice President Al Gore. This book begins with an eye-opening exploration of the rise of China’s economy and an assessment of its potential for further rapid growth. The implications of China’s new power are nothing short of profound, Reed Hundt contends. Democratization (Lexington Books, , paper edition, ), Remaking China's Public Phi-losophy and Chinese Women's Liberation: The Volatile Mixing of Confucianism, Marxism, and Feminism (Edwin Mellen Press, ), Remaking China's Public Philosophy for the Twenty-first Century (Praeger Publishers, ). Zhou is the author of four books: Chinese vs. Western Perspectives: Understanding Contemporary China, China’s Peaceful Rise in a Global Context: A Domestic Aspect of China’s Road Map to Democratization, Remaking China’s Public Philosophy and Chinese Women’s Liberation (), Remaking China’s Public Philosophy for the Twenty-first Cited by: 1.
Table of Contents. Introduction: China’s New Literary and Cultural Scenes at the Turn of the Twenty-first Century Part 1 Re-imagining and Re-thinking History at the Age of Globalization 1. History in a Mythical Key: Temporality, Memory, and Tradition in Wang Anyi’s Fiction 2. In Remaking China's Public Philosophy for the Twenty-First Century, author Jinghao Zhou uses for the first time the prism of public philosophy to examine Chinese society, modernization, globalization, and democratization as a whole. Challenging conventional thinking in China studies, he examines China systematically in seven aspects: history Format: Kindle. This book explores how Confucian thought, which was the ideological underpinning of traditional, imperial China, is being developed and refined into a New Confucianism relevant for the twenty-first century. It traces the development of Confucian thought, examines significant new texts, and shows how. ChinaX Parts 1 through 10 span over 6, years of history. Each part consists of 4 to 8 weekly "units," each with videos, readings, interactive engagements, assessments, and discussion forums. There are a total of 52 units in ChinaX. Parts make up China: Civilization and Empire, taught by Professor Peter K. Bol. Parts make up China.