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Title Chinese historical thinking : an intercultural discussion / Chun-chieh Huang, Jörn Rüsen (eds.).

Published Göttingen : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Gm : National Taiwan University Press, 2015.
©2015

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Physical description 1 online resource (254 pages).
Series Global East Asia ; volume 4
Global East Asia ; v. 4.
KU Select 2017
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Foreword ; Introduction / Huang Chun-Chieh Jorn Rusen I Presentations 1 Historical Discourses in Traditional Chinese Historical Writings: Historiography as Philosophy 25(16) Huang Chun-Chieh 2 Historical Thinking as Humanistic Thinking in Traditional China 41(8) Huang Chun-Chieh 3 Humanism in Traditional Chinese Historiography -- With Special Reference to the Grand Historian Sima Qian 49(14) Wong Young-Tsu 4 On the Transformation of Historical Thinking in Modern China 63(26) Hu Chang-Tze II Comments 5 Cultural Differences as an Inspirational Source of Historical Knowledge -- Random Notes on Three Approaches to Chinese Comparative Historiography 89(14) Achim Mittag 6 Ancient Historiographies Compared 103(10) Fritz-Heiner Mutschler 7 Two Traditions of Historiography 113(8) Peter Burke 8 Humanistic Tradition and the Concept of a "National History" in China 121(4) Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer 9 National History and Humanism: Reflections on a Difficult Relationship 125(10) Stefan Berger 10 Commenting on Chinese Historical Thinking -- a Multifaceted Approach 135(8) Jorn Rusen 11 Dogmas of Superficiality: The Episteme of Humanism in Writings by Taiwanese Historians Huang Chun-chieh, Wong Young-tsu, and Hu Chang-Tze 143(16) Ulrich Timme Kragh III Second Thoughts 12 Enshrining the Past in the Present: Moral Agency and Humanistic History 159(12) Ng On-Cho 13 The Great Divergence in Historiography -- Reflections on Chinese and Western Historiographical Developments 171(12) Q. Edward Wang 14 Some Comments on the Difficulty of Engaging in Intercultural Dialogue 183(12) Susanne Weigelin-Schwiedrzik IV Responses 15 Some Notes on Chinese Historical Thinking 195(8) Huang Chun-Chieh 16 Historical Thinking East and West -- Let the Twain Meet 203(16) Wong Young-Tsu 17 Giving Modern Chinese Historical Thinking Back its Authenticity 219(10) Hu Chang-Tze 18 A Final Remark 229(2) Huang Chun-Chieh Jorn Rusen.
Summary The book presents Chinese historical thinking about four articles by addressing its ancient origin and its development to modernity.
Other author Huang, Junjie, editor.
Rüsen, Jörn, editor.
Knowledge Unlatched issuing body.
Subject History -- Philosophy.
Historiography.
China -- Civilization -- Historiography.
Electronic books.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
ISBN 9783847004974 (electronic bk.)
3847004972 (electronic bk.)
3847104977
9783847104971
Standard Number 10.14220/9783737004978