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Selected Works | Hou Shudong: On Three Feudal Concepts

2020-06-22 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: World.

The word “feudalism” has polysemy. The academic history of this concept is composed of the history of the occurrence and development of the three major theories of narrow feudalism, broad feudalism and Marxist feudal concepts. The narrow concept of feudalism originated from the 16th century jurists’ research on the medieval “feudal law” in Western Europe, • Read More »

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How do you understand “tendentiousness” in the letter of the National Social Science Fund for Academic Information?

2020-06-21 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: World.

Author’s brief introduction: Professor, doctoral supervisor and expert member of the National Textbook Committee of a university in Beijing. He presided over two national social science funds and 16 other projects. As for the preference of letter evaluation, each expert is not quite consistent. We have communicated with a review expert, and our view is: • Read More »

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Professor Nantah thanked him on his deathbed, “Please laugh three times and send me on the road”! At the memorial service, all the people shed tears at the scene.

2020-06-21 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: World.

Professor Nantah thanked him on his deathbed, “Please laugh three times and send me on the road”!At the memorial service, all the people shed tears at the scene. In our life, besides family and friends, there is also a group of people who are crucial to our growth. That is our teacher. A professor from • Read More »

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Interview with Zou Yilin: History Department of Shandong University in the Era of “Eight Horses Same Trough”

2020-06-20 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: World.

In the early morning of June 19, 2020, Zou Yilin, an outstanding alumnus of Shandong University, an old author of this newspaper, a famous historical geographer and professor of Fudan University’s Institute of Historical Geography, died of illness at the age of 86. Since 1957, Mr. Zou Yilin has followed Mr. Tan Qixiang in the • Read More »

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Selected Works Peter Brown’s “Power and Admonition in Late Ancient Times: Towards Christian Empire”

2020-06-18 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: World.

“ Peter Brown combines humorous and ironic prose style with the talent and detailed knowledge of all materials possessed by first-class late ancient historians. The core concern of this book is the long-term problems in human affairs, but Mr Brown only pays special attention to the Roman Empire 200 years after Constantine the Great (died • Read More »

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Why does Plato Criticize Democracy?

2020-06-18 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: World.

Ancient Greece experienced layers of internal cracks, from the most macro civilization to the most micro people’s hearts, and finally declined in an all-round way. However, when a civilization is coming to an end and its politics and economy are going downhill or even going to the bottom, the peak of philosophy often comes. Why • Read More »

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Interviews with Three Questions on Science and Civilization, Han Qide’s First Speech at West Lake University

2020-06-14 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: World.

(The full text is about 3,800 words, excerpting the key sharing contents of Mr. Han Qide. The amount of information is very large, which is worth setting aside time to read well.) Question 1: Is science what? The first question must be science, with five simple words but infinite and profound connotation. As an educator, • Read More »

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Why did Japanese historians call Chinese history “Oriental history”?

2020-06-09 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: World.

[SummaryIn the 20th century, there were a large number of famous Japanese oriental historians, which also had a considerable influence on the new historiography of modern China. Some theories, such as the theory of change in Tang and Song Dynasties, have influenced this day. So what Japanese scholars are worth paying attention to, and they • Read More »

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