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Second Enlightenment by Wang Zhihe (王治河) and Fan Meijun (樊美筠) (review)

Second Enlightenment by Wang Zhihe (王治河) and Fan Meijun (樊美筠) (review) tions, and he chooses to do so with a remarkable array of acronyms. These are doubly challenging, because the letters chosen are the first letters of the author's translation of the institutions. All the acronyms are listed on pages xv and xvi, but the constant need to refer to this list significantly adds to the time it takes to read the volume. This seems a chore, but it a small enough price to pay for a fascinating book. R. Kent Guy R. Kent Guy is a professor of history and East Asian studies at the University of Washington. He is the author of The Emperor's Four Treasures: Scholars and the State in the Late Ch'ien-lung Period and Qing Governors and Their Provinces: The Evolution of Territorial Administration in China, 1644­1796, and the editor of Limits of the Rule of Law in China. Wang Zhihe () and Fan Meijun (). Second Enlightenment . Beijing: Peking University Press, 2011. 478 pp. Paperback 59 yuan, isbn 978-7-301-16690-1. In August 1998 the Center for Process Studies, Claremont Graduate School of Theology, California, sponsored an international conference on Process Thought and the Common Good. Among the more than three hundred participants from twenty http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Second Enlightenment by Wang Zhihe (王治河) and Fan Meijun (樊美筠) (review)

China Review International , Volume 18 (3) – Oct 1, 2011

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tions, and he chooses to do so with a remarkable array of acronyms. These are doubly challenging, because the letters chosen are the first letters of the author's translation of the institutions. All the acronyms are listed on pages xv and xvi, but the constant need to refer to this list significantly adds to the time it takes to read the volume. This seems a chore, but it a small enough price to pay for a fascinating book. R. Kent Guy R. Kent Guy is a professor of history and East Asian studies at the University of Washington. He is the author of The Emperor's Four Treasures: Scholars and the State in the Late Ch'ien-lung Period and Qing Governors and Their Provinces: The Evolution of Territorial Administration in China, 1644­1796, and the editor of Limits of the Rule of Law in China. Wang Zhihe () and Fan Meijun (). Second Enlightenment . Beijing: Peking University Press, 2011. 478 pp. Paperback 59 yuan, isbn 978-7-301-16690-1. In August 1998 the Center for Process Studies, Claremont Graduate School of Theology, California, sponsored an international conference on Process Thought and the Common Good. Among the more than three hundred participants from twenty

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