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Can China Think?

Inaugural lecture delivered on Thursday 11 December 2008

Traductor: Sean Moores

Since the Age of Enlightenment in Europe, much scholarly work has been done on “thinking China”. A result has been the most contradictory representations which attempt to reconcile “philosophical China” with “Oriental despotism”, or an eternal aesthetic and consensual China with a more unpredictable and disturbing vision of the country. To break free of these tenacious clichés, Anne Cheng proposes that we listen carefully to what Chinese authors actually have to say. After all, is China no...


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  • Editor : Collège de France
  • Colección : Leçons inaugurales
  • Lugar de edición : Paris
  • Año de edición : 2013
  • Publicación en OpenEdition Books : 23 mai 2013
  • EAN electrónico : 9782722602281
  • DOI : 10.4000/books.cdf.2204
Pierre Corvol
Introducing Anne Cheng
Anne Cheng
Can China Think?

Inaugural lecture delivered on Thursday 11 December 2008

© Collège de France, 2013

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