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Inherited Rivalry: Conflict across the Taiwan Straits (review)

Inherited Rivalry: Conflict across the Taiwan Straits (review) Reviews 99 in the matter of confrontation between Chinese and Western cultures and are at greater advantage to help people in China and the West understand each other. Chenshan Tian University of Hawai'i at Mänoa Chenshan Tian is a doctoral candidate in the Department ofPolitical Science, specializing in comparative Western and Chinese political philosophy. N OT E S 1. Zhang Longxi, "Western Theory and Chinese Reality," Critical Inquiry 19 (1992): 127. 2. This is reflected in the discussion of the notion of correlative thinking, which can be traced to Marcel Granet, Claude Lévi-Strauss, Joseph Needham, Tang Junyi, and Angus Graham, and is continued in the work of David Hall and Roger T. Ames. Tun-jen Cheng, Chi Huang, and Samuel S. G. Wu, editors. Inherited Rivalry: Conflict across the Taiwan Straits. Boulder, Colorado: Lynn Reiner Publishers, 1995. x, 277 pp. Hardcover, isbn 1-55587-534-3. Paperback $25.00, isbn 1-55587-551-3. Inherited Rivalry: Conflict Aaoss the Taiwan Straits is a collection of essays based on a conference project funded by the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation. The idea of the conference's organizers and the book's editors was to raise the level of discussion of the cross-straits relationship by applying a variety of analytical frameworks to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Inherited Rivalry: Conflict across the Taiwan Straits (review)

China Review International , Volume 4 (1) – Mar 30, 1997

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Reviews 99 in the matter of confrontation between Chinese and Western cultures and are at greater advantage to help people in China and the West understand each other. Chenshan Tian University of Hawai'i at Mänoa Chenshan Tian is a doctoral candidate in the Department ofPolitical Science, specializing in comparative Western and Chinese political philosophy. N OT E S 1. Zhang Longxi, "Western Theory and Chinese Reality," Critical Inquiry 19 (1992): 127. 2. This is reflected in the discussion of the notion of correlative thinking, which can be traced to Marcel Granet, Claude Lévi-Strauss, Joseph Needham, Tang Junyi, and Angus Graham, and is continued in the work of David Hall and Roger T. Ames. Tun-jen Cheng, Chi Huang, and Samuel S. G. Wu, editors. Inherited Rivalry: Conflict across the Taiwan Straits. Boulder, Colorado: Lynn Reiner Publishers, 1995. x, 277 pp. Hardcover, isbn 1-55587-534-3. Paperback $25.00, isbn 1-55587-551-3. Inherited Rivalry: Conflict Aaoss the Taiwan Straits is a collection of essays based on a conference project funded by the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation. The idea of the conference's organizers and the book's editors was to raise the level of discussion of the cross-straits relationship by applying a variety of analytical frameworks to

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Published: Mar 30, 1997

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