Published November 6, 2000
by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
: Fu Ssu-nien: A Life in Chinese History and Politics (Cambridge Studies in Chinese History, Literature and Institutions) (): Wang, Fan-sen: Books. Fu Ssu-nien, a scholar, activist, and social critic, was one of the most influential intellectual figures in twentieth-century China. This biography offers the first in-depth examination of his role in intellectual and educational development in modern China. Wang Fan-sen follows Fu's early Price: $ Fu Ssu-nien, a scholar, activist, and social critic, was one of the most influential intellectual figures in twentieth-century China. This biography offers the first in-depth examination of his role in intellectual and educational development in modern China/10(22). Fu Ssu-nien, scholar, and political and social critic, was one of the most colourful, influential intellectual figures in twentieth-century China. Wang Fan-sen's biography of Fu's life and contributions offers an in-depth examination of his role in intellectual development in modern China.
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Wang Fan-sen's biography of Fu's extraordinary life and contributions offers the first indepth examination and serious recognition of his role in the intellectual and educational development in modern China."--BOOK JACKET. Full contents: Introduction: Fu Ssu-nien and Post Intellectual Trends; 1. Fu Ssu-nien's Early Years; 2. Fu Ssu-nien (Chinese: 傅斯年; pinyin: Fù Sīnián; 26 March – 20 December ), was a Chinese historian, linguist, and was one of the leaders of the May Fourth Movement in He studied experimental psychology at University College London from – He was also one of the creators of the Academia Sinica, and was named director of the Institute of History and. INTERSECTING BOUNDARIES: MANUSCRIPT, PRINTING, AND BOOK CULTURE IN LATE MING CHINA HANG LIN OE 52 () 1 Introduction Within the corpus of manuscripts associated with the “Donglin Faction” (Donglin dang 東林黨) of the early seventeenth century, a handwritten copy of the Shiding lu 事定錄 (“Records of Settled Affairs”) kept in the Fu Ssu-Nien Library of Academia. Mr. Fu was born in Liaocheng, Shandong, China, Ma Education Fu Ssu-nien graduated from the National University of Beijing (Peking) in He also studied in University College of London from to , and between and he attended Berlin University.