The Role of Japan in Liang Qichao's Introduction of Modern Western Civilization to China

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Fogel, Joshua A., ed.
China Research Monograph 57
2004. 324 pp.
ISBN 1-55729-080-6
$20.00

Contents

Abbreviations Used in the Notes – vii
Contributors – viii

Introduction: Liang Qichao and Japan – 1
Joshua A. Fogel


Part 1. Political Issues – 13

1. Liang Qichao and Western Modernity: An Analysis of His Translations of the Term "Political Economy" – 15
Mori Tokihiko

2. Late-Qing Reformism and the Meiji Model: Kang Youwei, Liang Qichao, and the Japanese Emperor – 40
Peter Zarrow

3. From Might to Right: Liang Qichao and the Comforts of Darwinism in Late-Meiji Japan – 68
Don C. Price


Part 2. Scholarly Issues – 103

4. The Japanese-Induced German Connection of Modern Chinese Ideas of the State: Liang Qichao and the Guojia lun of J.K. Bluntschli – 105
Marianne Bastid-Bruguière

5. Liang Qichao and Immanuel Kant – 125
Huang K'o-wu

6. Liang Qichao, the Field of Geography in Meiji Japan, and Geographical Determinism – 156
Ishikawa Yoshihiro

7. Japan and Liang Qichao's Research in the Field of National Learning – 177
Sang Bing


Part 3. Personal and Cultural Issues – 203

8. On Liang Qichao's Conceptions of Gong and Si: 'Civic Virtue' and 'Personal Virtue' in Xinmin shuo – 205
Hazama Naoki

9. Liang Qichao, Late-Qing Buddhism, and Modern Japan – 222
Mori Norkio

10. Liang Qichao's Consciousness of Language – 247
Saitō Mareshi

11. The Formation of National Identity in Liang Qichao and Its Relationship to Gender – 272
Sakamoto Hiroko

Glossary 290

Index 313


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