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Hu Shih and the Chinese Renaissance

Liberalism in the Chinese Revolution, 1917-1937

by Jerome B. Grieder

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Published by Replica Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asia - China,
  • History,
  • 1891-1962,
  • Hu, Shih,
  • Hu, Shih,,
  • History: World

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9393100M
    ISBN 100735102473
    ISBN 109780735102477
    OCLC/WorldCa123095905


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The Chinese Renaissance Is Becoming a Reality; THE CHINESE RENAISSANCE. The Haskell Lectures, By Hu Shih. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

$ OCLC Number: Notes: Series title in part on t.p. Description: xi, pages 23 cm. Contents: Types of cultural response --Resistance, enthusiastic appreciation, and the new doubt: changes in Chinese conceptions of western civilization --The Chinese renaissance --Intellectual life, past and present --Religion in Chinese life --Social disintegration and readjustment.

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In a chapter entitled “The Chinese Renaissance,” written by Hu in The China Year Book, –5, Hu asserted that “the classical language was openly declared to have outlived its usefulness and have been the fundamental cause of the utter poverty of literary masterpieces during the past twenty centuries,” and that “the pei hua was shown to be the legitimate heir to.

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Hu Shih (). In the s, Hu studied at Cornell University and later Columbia University, both in the United States. At Columbia, he was greatly influenced by his professor, John Dewey, and became a lifelong advocate of pragmatic evolutionary change.

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