このトピックには0件の返信が含まれ、1人の参加者がいます。3 年前に Ginny Janette さんが最後の更新を行いました。
- 2020年11月29日 5:21 AM#2075
Lu Xun and Evolution
by James Reeve Pusey
- ISBN: 9780791436486 (0791436489)
- Format: paperback, 288 pages
- Publisher: State University of New York Press
- Release date: January 29, 1998
- Language: english
- Author: James Reeve Pusey
About The Book
This book studies one of the most important figures in modern Chinese intellectual history, China’s greatest modern writer, Lu Xun (1881-1936). His trenchant criticisms of the China of his day still speak directly to what can be called, without hyperbole, the current crisis in philosophical and political thought in the People’s Republic. It is also a study of a non-Western intellectual’s struggle — in a time of crisis — to make practical sense of the “Darwinian Revolution,” a revolution not limited to the West.
Although Lu Xun died more than sixty years ago, his work is still alive in China (more so than any American writer of the 1920s and 1930s is in the United States). He is viewed paradoxically as both an official icon and as a patron saint of dissent. This book is, therefore, about Lu Xun both in his lifetime and in his second lifetime — and it looks to his third. But it is not just about Lu Xun. It is about Lu Xun and evolution. As a philosophical critique of Lu Xun’s thought, it looks to Lu Xun’s struggle to make practical sense of evolution, a contradiction that forces “either/or” questions on the Chinese, and on us all.
MP3 ebook Lu Xun and Evolution read online on Barnes & Noble. Paperback book Lu Xun and Evolution by James Reeve Pusey buy on PC. Online Lu Xun and Evolution download on Amazon.