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Oriens Extremus 60 (2023)
editor(s): Fröhlich, Thomas / Vogelsang, Kai
volume: 60
pages/dimensions: IV, 276 pages, 2 maps, 1 table
language: English
binding: Book (Paperback)
dimensions: 17.00 × 24.00 cm
weight: 656g
publishing date: 19.12.2023
prices: 98,00 Eur[D] / 100,80 Eur[A]
ISBN: 978-3-447-18257-7
98,00 Eur

Oriens Extremus has been appearing since 1954. Its contributions and reviews, written mostly in German and English, are concentrating on the cultural and intellectual history of Premodern China and on the relations between China and the cultures of Japan, Korea and the countries of South-East Asia. Major fields of interest are history, literature, philosophy, religion, archaeology and art history. This journal is peer-reviewed.

From the Contents (altogether 7 contributions):
Kai Vogelsang, The Concept of “Class” in China’s Transformative Period, 1895–1925
Stefan Christ, Temporalization and Differentiation: The Formation of the Modern Theater Concepts in Twentieth-Century China
Anders Sydskjør, Xunzi 21 “Undoing Blindness”: Saying what the Way is and Knowing What to Do
Marie Schierhorn, Zwischen Gelehrsamkeit und Wissenschaft: Eine wissenschaftssoziologische Neulesung des Shangshu guwen shuzheng