Realistic Revolution

Contesting Chinese History, Culture, and Politics after 1989

This is a novel, transnational exploration of the major Chinese intellectual debates on radicalism in history, culture, and politics after 1989. Les mer
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This is a novel, transnational exploration of the major Chinese intellectual debates on radicalism in history, culture, and politics after 1989.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Dedication; Acknowledgements; Notes on transliteration; Abbreviations; 1. Goodbye radicalism: the early 1990s; 2. Neo-conservatism and doing things with Isms; 3. Xiao Gongqin and the 'Yan Fu Paradox'; 4. A tale of two revolutions; 5. Chen Lai and the 'Max Weber dilemma'; 6. Of post-Isms and May Fourth; 7. The double nature of realistic revolution; Biographies of prominent intellectuals; Glossary; References.

Om forfatteren

Els van Dongen is Assistant Professor of History at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.