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Chinese Historical Thinking:An Intercultural Discussion

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9789863501145
Chun-chieh Huang,Jorn Rusen
國立臺灣大學出版中心
2015年11月27日
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ISBN:9789863501145
  • 叢書系列:Global East Asia
  • 規格:精裝 / 254頁 / 15.5 x 24 cm / 普通級
    Global East Asia


  • 人文史地 > 哲學 > 中國哲學 > 概論











      The book presents Chinese historical thinking by four articles. It is covered the ancient origin and the development to modernity and is commented by seven international experts. Presentation and comments find “second thought” by three other international scholars, and at the end the whole discussion find an answer by the authors of the first presentations. The complex structure of argumentation documents not only various ideas and interpretations of Chinese historical thinking, but represent the possibilities and problems of intercultural comparison at the same time.





    Foreword

    Huang Chun-chieh and Jorn Rusen

    Introduction



    I. Presentations

    Huang Chun-chieh

    1. Historical Discourses in Traditional Chinese Historical Writings: Historiography as Philosophy



    Huang Chun-chieh

    2. Historical Thinking as Humanistic Thinking in Traditional China



    Wong Young-tsu

    3. Humanism in Traditional Chinese Historiography – With Special Reference to the Grand Historian Sima Qian



    Hu Chang-Tze

    4. On the Transformation of Historical Thinking in Modern China



    II. Comments

    Achim Mittag

    5. Cultural Differences as an Inspirational Source of Historical Knowledge – Random Notes on Three Approaches to Chinese Comparative Historiography



    Fritz-Heiner Mutschler

    6. Ancient Historiographies Compared



    Peter Burke

    7. Two Traditions of Historiography



    Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer

    8. Humanistic Tradition and the Concept of a “National History” in China



    Stefan Berger

    9. National History and Humanism: Reflections on a Difficult Relationship



    Jorn Rusen

    10. Commenting on Chinese Historical Thinking – a Multifaceted Approach



    Ulrich Timme Kragh

    11. Dogmas of Superficiality: The Episteme of Humanism in Writings by Taiwanese Historians Huang Chun-chieh, Wong Young-tsu, and Hu Chang-Tze



    III. Second Thoughts

    Ng On-cho

    12. Enshrining the Past in the Present: Moral Agency and Humanistic History



    Q. Edward Wang

    13. The Great Divergence in Historiography – Reflections on Chinese and Western Historiographical Developments



    Susanne Weigelin-Schwiedrzik

    14. Some Comments on the Difficulty of Engaging in Intercultural Dialogue



    IV. Responses

    Huang Chun-chieh

    15. Some Notes on Chinese Historical Thinking



    Wong Young-tsu

    16. Historical Thinking East and West – Let the Twain Meet



    Hu Chang-Tze

    17. Giving Modern Chinese Historical Thinking Back its Authenticity



    Huang Chun-chieh/Jorn Rusen

    18. A Final Remark



    List of Contributors

    Bibliography

    Index




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