Renaissance: Rebuilding Chinese Civilization
Cloth • 224 pp • 142 × 210 mm • English
US$35.95 • C$48.95
This thought-provoking book delves into the revival of Chinese civilization, exploring its moral system, political philosophy, and discourse power. It critically analyzes the current moral shortcomings and offers practical solutions to align with contemporary Chinese values. Drawing on Chinese political philosophy and featuring an interview with Zheng Yongnian on Confucianism, the book underscores the significance of traditional culture in revitalizing Chinese civilization. It provides essential insights into China’s past, present, and future.
About the Author
Zheng Yongnian is an esteemed expert in Chinese politics and international relations. He holds influential positions at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and has an extensive academic background. Zheng is a prolific author and editor, contributing to renowned publications on contemporary China.