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1991, chi, Thesis edition: Chinese culture as substance ; Western culture as practice: 十九世纪「中体西用」思想研究 Chang, Xiao-lei

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  • electronic resource
  • thesis(masters)
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  • Australia : Macquarie University, 1991
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  • chi

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Title
  • Chinese culture as substance ; Western culture as practice: 十九世纪「中体西用」思想研究
  • Shi jiu shi ji "Zhong ti Xi yong" si xiang yan jiu
Author
  • Chang, Xiao-lei
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  • Macquarie University. School of Modern Languages
Published
  • Australia : Macquarie University, 1991
Physical Description
  • electronic resource
  • thesis(masters)
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  • "August 15,1990".
  • Text in Chinese script; title and foreword in English.
  • Thesis (MA (Hons))--Macquarie University, School of Modern Languages, 1991.
  • Includes bibliographical references.
  • 第一章 晚清哲学思想的变易 -- 第二章 魏源、 冯桂芬与「中体西用」思想的确立-- 第三章 「中体西用」思想的发展和实践 -- 第四章 张之洞及其作「劝学篇」-- 第五章 维新论者的「中体西用」思想 -- 第六章 「中体西用」思想的历史作用和意义.
  • Chinese modern history can be thought of as beginning with the Opium War of 1840. The cannons of British warships broke down the closed door of China. Thus began a series of unequal treaties and privileges with the west, such as "Consular Jurisdiction", "Tariff Agreement", "Concession" and "Trading Regulations". Chinese foreign relations came under the so-called "Treaty System". The contrary east and west political systems collided fiercely, bringing five thousand years' of traditional Chinese culture into sharp conflict with modern western capitalistic culture. -- The next seventy years, (the period known as "Chinese Modern History") was marked by both the new and old, the eastern and western. Every Chinese person was faced with the question, "Which way is China to go?" -- The subject of this thesis, "Chinese culture as substance, western culture as practice", is a concept which emerged from the special conditions of this historical environment. The emergence of this thinking produced a cushion effect to the conflict between eastern culture and western culture and permitted Chinese people to conciously approach and absorb western culture, instead of being constrained to accept it. Concurrently, the concept acted as a catalyst at a time when China was shaking off the yoke of feudalism and becoming part of the modern world, holding on to western civilization with one hand and traditional Chinese culture with the other. This further assisted the harmony of the two cultures. -- Did western culture develop from the east, or vice versa? Which is the better culture? Which is likely to dominate? These questions, and many others, are continually discussed in the historical sphere. Many opinions and views have been expressed. My interest of this subject has prompted me to research this aspect of history over recent years. I now present my writings to those who are also interested in the research of east-west culture.
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  • 189 leaves
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  • Copyright Xiao-lei Chang 1991.
  • This thesis was digitised for the purposes of Document Delivery. Macquarie University ResearchOnline attempted to locate the author but where this has not been possible; we are making available, open access, the thesis which may be used for the purposes of private research and study. If you have any enquiries or issues regarding this work being made available please contact Macquarie University ResearchOnline - researchonline@library.mq.edu.au. If you wish to access the complete thesis, on receipt of a Document Supply Request, placed with Macquarie University Library by another library, we will consider supplying a copy of this thesis. For more information on Document Supply, please contact ill@library.mq.edu.au
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  • chi
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  • mq:12140
  • 1445452

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