The transcendent and the mundane in the intellectual world of Chang Ping-lin (1869-1936)
Chang Ping-lin (1869-1936) was the main architect of modem Chinese nationalism and a pivotal figure in China’s transformation from empire to republic. Yet in the English-speaking world he remains a relatively obscure entity compared with his Revolutionary comrades (Sun Yat-sen, Huang Hsing, Sung Chiao-jen and others) or with his erstwhile Reformist colleagues (such as K’ang Yu-wei and Liang Ch’i-ch’ao). Even less well-known and understood is Chang Ping-lin as a thinker, compared with his...[Show more]
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