2 edition of Statecraft and classical learning found in the catalog.
Statecraft and classical learning
Includes bibliographical references (p. -422) and index.
|Statement||edited by Benjamin A. Elman, Martin Kern.|
|Series||Studies in the history of Chinese texts -- v. 1, Studies in the history of Chinese texts -- v. 1.|
|Contributions||Elman, Benjamin A., 1946-, Kern, Martin.|
|LC Classifications||PL2468.Z7 S73 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 444 p. :|
|Number of Pages||444|
|ISBN 10||9004177493, 9004180915|
|ISBN 10||9789004177499, 9789004180918|
|LC Control Number||2009045591|
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Benjamin Elman, Ph.D. () in Oriental Studies, University of Pennsylvania, is Professor of East Asian Studies and History at Princeton University. He has published widely on Chinese intellectual history, the history of education, and the history of science in China.5/5(1).
Statecraft and Classical Learning is devoted to the Rituals of Zhou, one of the ancient Chinese Classics. In addition to its canonical stature in classical learning, the massive text was of unique significance to the pre-modern statecraft of China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam where it served as the classical paradigm for government structure and was often invoked in movements of political reform.
Statecraft and Classical Learning The Rituals of Zhou in East Asian History Series: Studies in the History of Chinese Texts, Volume: 1. Statecraft and Classical Learning. Statecraft and Classical Learning: The Rituals of Zhou in East Asian History Edited by Benjamin A.
Elman and Martin Kern. STATECRAFT AND CLASSICAL LEARNING: THE RITUALS OF ZHOU IN EAST ASIAN HISTORY Edited by Benjamin A.
Elman and Martin Kern. CHAPTER FOUR. CENTERING THE REALM: WANG MANG, THE ZHOULI, AND EARLY CHINESE STATECRAFT Michael Puett, Harvard University Statecraft and classical learning book this chapter I address a basic problem: why would a text like Size: KB.
archaic language of the classical tradition. The Statecraft and classical learning book of Zhou does not fit neatly into the category of either pragmatic writing or the Classics. In Han times, it became associated with the Duke of Zhou!- (r.
– Statecraft and classical learning book and gained much in stature through Zheng Xuan’s./ (–) commentary, whichFile Size: KB. From “the man on whom nothing was lost,” a unique guide to the elements of statecraft, presented through spirited interpretations of classic literary works “The international world of states and their modern system is a literary realm,” writes Charles Hill in this powerful work on Cited by: > Statecraft and Classical Learning 作者: Benjamin A.
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Introduction / Benjamin A. Elman and Martin Kern -- Part I. Early China. The Zhouli as constitutional text / David Schaberg -- Offices of writing and reading in the Rituals of Zhou / Martin Kern -- The many dukes of Zhou in Statecraft and classical learning book sources / Michael Nylan -- Centering the realm: Wang Mang, the Zhouli, and early Chinese statecraft / Michael Puett -- Zheng Xuan's commentary on the Zhouli / Andrew.
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“It is where the greatest issues of the human condition are played out.”A distinguished lifelong diplomat and educator, Hill aims to revive the ancient tradition of statecraft as practiced by humane and broadly educated /5(2).
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"Statecraft and Classical Learning" is devoted to the "Rituals of Zhou," one of the ancient Chinese Classics. In addition to its canonical stature in classical learning, the massive text was of unique significance to the pre-modern statecraft of China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam where it served as the classical paradigm for government structure and was often invoked in movements of political.
"The restoration of literature as a tutor for statecraft has been the aim of this book." This is the last line of Professor/diplomat Charles Hill's rich, robust and deeply enlightening book covering the classic Greeks to modern times and the role literature can (and should) play in inspiring and building civil society and credible international order amongst nations and states/5.
‘Destined Statecraft enriches our understanding of global affairs by presenting a perspective where small powers are no longer in the periphery, but take up the main narrative. This standpoint is all the more valuable in an age where the proactive decision-making of small powers often goes unobser ved.
While Machiavelli was a pragmatist in many respects, his positions place him firmly within the classical Western tradition of statecraft.
As a Renaissance thinker, the desire to revive classical Greek and Roman learning was in fashion, and it is within that milieu that we must situate him. Administration portal. User name. Password. Its like the pre-Socratics were given 50% of a book on ancient Greek philosophy. Kind of bonkers.
Overall as far as Confucian thought and statecraft goes this book is a far cry from The Land of Scholars, though of course that book is about Korea /5. James Hankins challenges the view that the Renaissance was the seedbed of modern republicanism, with Machiavelli as exemplary thinker.
What most concerned Renaissance political theorists, Hankins contends, was not reforming laws but shaping citizens. To secure the social good, they fostered virtue through a new program of education: the humanities.
In 'Statecraft', Britain's first ever female Prime Minister discussed the dangers and opportunities of the new millennium. In her own words, it is a book about our future: 'In this age of spin-doctors and sound bites, the ever-present danger is that leaders will Pages: Teaching In my undergraduate lecture course “Introduction to Chinese Literature” (), we survey the foundations, major genres, and masterpieces of classical Chinese literature.A new lecture course I have helped to initiate is the sequence “East Asian Humanities” (HUM/EAS/COM ) with faculty from four departments.I also teach upper-level undergraduate seminars on Chinese poetry as.
Robert Calasso’sThe Ruin of Kaschis an attempted epic of literature and statecraft, asummathat touches upon much that is spread across the pages of this book: diplomacy, the state, and statecraft. The consensus of reviewers has been that there is “no take-away thesis,” but.
From “the man on whom nothing was lost,” a unique guide to the elements of statecraft, presented through spirited interpretations of classic literary works “The international world of states and their modern system is a literary realm,” writes Charles Hill in this powerful work on the practice of international relations.“It is where the greatest issues of the human.
The Book of Rites or Lǐjì is a collection of texts describing the social forms, administration, and ceremonial rites of the Zhou dynasty as they were understood in the Warring States and the early Han periods. The Book of Rites, along with the Rites of Zhou (Zhōulǐ) and the Book of Etiquette and Rites (Yílǐ), Hangul: 예기.
"A fascinating book that has the feel of a life's work Hill affirms the intellectual endeavor of looking at the world through a literary lens At a deeper level, the book is about the fragility of order and the struggle of statesmen to balance, restrain, and legitimate state power."--John Ikenberry, Foreign Affairs.
Hal Brands and Charles Edel, The Lessons of Tragedy: Statecraft and World Order (Yale University Press, ). In January BCE, Athens was in a desperate situation. The city had somehow weathered the disaster of the Sicilian Expedition inthe subsequent revolt of many of its subjects, and the temporary overthrow of the democracy in This chapter provides an overview of economic statecraft and how it differs from “normal” commerce.
It first challenges a common misconception in the field of international relations—that states conduct economic relations with each other—before discussing the relationship between economics and national security in the context of : William J. Norris. Why do classical realists, such as Machiavelli and Morgenthau, draw a firm distinction between political ethics and private morality.
Are they correct in doing so. How plausible is Morgenthau's concept of neoclassical realist statecraft. Compare Machiavelli's Renaissance statecraft and Schelling's nuclear statecraft. Mark McClish's systematic and thorough evaluation of the Arthaśāstra's early history shows that these ideas only came to prominence in the statecraft tradition late in the classical period.
With a thorough chronological exploration, he demonstrates that the text originally espoused a political philosophy characterized by empiricism and Author: Mark Mcclish.
CLAS a: Power and Statecraft in the Ancient World Innovation and Learning in Classical Athens, Princeton University Press. Other readings are, or will be, available online. Grades: Grades will be based upon attendance and participation (15%), in-class presentations (30%), a 1, word book review (15%), and a 4, word.
Renaissance architecture adopted obvious distinguishing features of classical Roman architecture. However, the forms and purposes of buildings had changed over time, as had the structure of cities, which is reflected in the resulting fusion of classical and 16th century forms.
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