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Role of body in embodied cognition

Author:   YU FENG      

Embodied Cognition in Psychology: A Dialogue Among Brain, Body and Mind uses a perspective of skepticism to outline how embodied cognitive science surpasses the first generation of cognitive science.


A study of Yanhuang culture

Author:   LIU QINGZHU      

An Introduction to Yanhuang Studies integrates archaeology, historiography, and anthropology to examine the origins of Chinese civilization and reconstruct early ancient Chinese history.


A cross-cultural study of Chinese traditional society

Author:   LI MIN      

Ten Lectures of Cross-Cultural Social Studies presents dialogues with overseas sinologists on issues related to Chinese culture.


Preaching and public speaking in late Qing

Author:   YIN YAN      

Research on Preaching and Public Speaking of Qing Dynasty clarifies the development and evolution of verbal communication modes such as preaching and public speaking in the late Qing Dynasty (1644–1911), as well as their profound social and historical connotations.


A War History of Qing Dynasty

Author:   WEI JIN      

The nine-volume A Complete War History of the Qing Dynasty systematically delineates the whole process of wars in the Qing Dynasty.


Population development in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region

Author:   LU JIEHUA      

From Administrative Divisions to Concentric Zones: The Population Development of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region from an International Perspective theoretically and practically discusses the evolution of population agglomeration in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and its relationship with the coordinated development of the regional economy, based ...


Western sinology on Ming and Qing literature

Author:   TIAN YUAN TAN      

A Collection of European and American Papers on Ming and Qing Poetry and Prose compiled and translated 21 works of research (including papers and several prefaces) on Ming (1368–1644) and Qing (1644–1911) poetry and prose by European and American sinologists in recent decades from an academic history perspective.


Frontier issues of applied ethics

Author:   WAN JUNREN      

The first volume of Workshop on Frontier Issues in Applied Ethics consists of the collated content of 10 workshops on keen themes and frontier issues.


A comparative study of Confucianism and Jewish culture

Author:   WANG HAIDONG      

References Provided by Jewish Studies to China makes clear the similarities and differences and respective features of Jewish and Confucian cultures, enabling a more accurate understanding of these two longstanding and wise civilizations.


‘Disappeared paver’ of Chinese-Western cultural exchanges

Author:   LEI HUANJIE      

The Disappeared Paver: Michele Ruggieri and Initial Chinese-Western Cultural Exchanges portrays a complex and wonderful picture of the early waves of the eastward transmission of Western learning in the Ming (1368–1644) and Qing (1644–1911) dynasties.

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Comparative studies on Chinese and Greek classical civilizations

Born in 1933, G. E. R. Lloyd entered King’s College in Cambridge as an undergraduate in Classics in 1951 and graduat...

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