An Historical Sketch of Chinese Historiography

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Springer, 9 thg 1, 2018 - 503 trang

This book systematically traces the development of Chinese historiography from the 2nd century B.C. to the 19th century A.D. Refusing to fit the Chinese historical narration into the modern Western discourse, the author highlights the significant questions that concern traditional historians, their philosophical foundations, their development over three thousand years and their influence on the intelligentsia.

China is a country defined in terms of its history and its historians have worked hard to record the past. However, this book approaches Chinese history from the very beginning not only as a way of recording, but also as a way of dealing with the past in order to orient the people of the present in the temporal dimension of their lives.

This book was listed as the key textbook of the “Eleventh Five-year Plan” for college students in China.


 

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1 Introduction
1
2 Research Questions
18
3 Ideas of History in Preimperial China
57
Shiji or The Grand Scribes Historical Records and Hanshu or History of Former Han Dynasty
121
5 Medieval Ideas of History Confucianism and the Mysterious Learning
191
6 A Medieval Conclusion of History and Ideas of History
238
7 Lixue or the Learning of Principle and Ideas of History
297
Historical Criticism and Aspirations to Change
350
10 Globalization and The Chinese Ideas of History
471
Appendix
483
Bibliography
487
English Translations of Classical Literature
489
Secondary Sources
490
Internet Resources
494
Index
496
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9 Ideas of History in Modern China
415

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