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Chinese Civilization and Bureaucracy
by Yale University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||H.M. Wright (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||328|
A. Chinese organization suited to sedentary cultivation 1. Borrowing from China led to ignoring of outside world ; B. Writing, bureaucracy, religious teachings, art spread to Asia 1. Korea, direct rule brief, but influence great ; 2. Japan – emulated China for awhile, aristocratic class took over ; C. Imports monopolized by wealthy elites. As far back as the eighth-century, Chinese poet Tu Fu groused that more paper led to more writing, which created more bureaucracy. Later, because books at Author: Reid Mitenbuler.
The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam OUTLINE I. Introduction Because of the remarkable durability of Chinese civilization as well as its marvelous technological and economic innovations, other cultures began to imitate China. Japan, Korea, Chinese-style bureaucracy and supported by an army of conscripted peasants File Size: KB. c. Korea overrun by Chinese armies 1. Kingdom of Silla created as tributary state ; D. Rebuilding the Bureaucracy 1. To survive, must rebuild and expand imperial bureaucracy a. need for loyal/well-educated officials ; b. offset power of aristocracy ; c. power to ruling families + bureaucrats ; d. created ministries 1. secretariat – drafted.
For the purposes of this article, ancient Chinese civilization refers to that period of China’s history which began in the early 2nd millennium BCE, when a literate, city-based culture first emerged, to the end of the Han dynasty, in CE. By this time all the essential foundations of Chinese civilization . Anyway, I found this very good section on the Chinese bureaucracy, at least from the Song dynasty. What really surprised me was the small size of the Confucian bureaucracy. Apparently a cadre of bureaucrats controlled an empire covering a territory twice that of Europe and with the largest population in the world in the tens of millions.
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Born in Hungary, trained in Chinese studies in Germany, Etienne Balazs was, until his sudden and premature death ina professor at the Sorbonne and an intellectual leader among European specialists on China. In this book, a selection of Dr.
Balazs’ essays are presented for Cited by: These essays explore major themes in Chinese history: the role of the scholar official class; the structure of Chinese institutions as they were shaped by these elite bureaucrats and modified as circumstances changed; the distinctive character of Chinese commercial and industrial life; the varieties of protest and dissent, etc.5/5(1).
"The author () was a brilliant scholar of Chinese history and civilization. His major contributions fall mainly within the area of political, social and economic institutions. Born in Hungary, trained in Chinese studies in Germany, Etienne Balazs was, until his sudden and premature death ina professor at the Sorbonne and an intellectual leader among European specialists on China.
In this book, a selection of Dr. Balazs’ essays are presented for /5. Born in Hungary, trained in Chinese studies in Germany, Etienne Balazs was, until his sudden and premature death ina professor at the Sorbonne and an intellectual leader among European specialists on China.
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Wright, translated by H. Wright, pp. xix, New Haven and London. Chinese Civilization and Bureaucracy 作者: Etienne Balazs 出版社: Yale University Press 副标题: Variations on a Theme 译者: H.M. Wright 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: Author: Etienne Balazs.
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Scanned in China. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on Decem SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: The Qin dynasty (– bce) established the first centralized Chinese bureaucratic empire and thus created the need for an administrative system to staff it. Recruitment into the Qin bureaucracy was based on recommendations by local officials.
This system was. This fluent and engaging overview of early Chinese civilization explores key topics including the origins of the written language, the rise of the state, the Shang and Zhou religions, bureaucracy, law and governance, the evolving nature of war, the creation of empire, the changing image of art, and the philosophical search for social by: > Chinese Civilization and Bureaucracy 作者: Etienne Balazs 副标题: Variations on a Theme isbn: 书名: Chinese Civilization and Bureaucracy 页数: 译者: H.M.
Wright 定价: USD 出版社: Yale University Press 装帧: Paperback 出版年: Significant aspects of Chinese society --China as a permanently bureaucratic society --Chinese feudalism --The birth of capitalism in China --Fairs in China --Chinese towns --Marco Polo in the capital of China --Evolution of landownership in fourth- and fifth-century China --Landownership in China from the fourth to the fourteenth century --History as a guide to bureaucratic practice --Tradition and.
When published inthis translation of Professor Jacques Gernet's masterly survey of the history and culture of China was immediately welcomed by critics and readers. This revised and updated edition makes it more useful for students and for the general reader concerned with the broad sweep of China 3/5(5).
The book argues that the Chinese state is the embodiment and defender of Chinese civilization, and Chinese civilization is the secret of Chinaâ€™s recent resurrection.
Jacquesâ€™s telling of the China story, however controversial, points to a plain but often ignored fact: China will remain mysterious if the role of Chinese Cited by: 3. The earliest known written records of the history of China date from as early as BC, from the Shang dynasty (c.
– BC), during the king Wu Ding's reign, who was mentioned as the twenty-first Shang king by the same. Ancient historical texts such as the Book of Documents (early chapters, 11th century BC), the Records of the Grand Historian (c. BC) and the Bamboo Annals ( BC. Étienne Balazs (born István Balázs; 24 January – 29 November ) was a Hungarian-born French mater: University of Berlin.
China - Civilization.; China.; Wright, Arthur F. (Arthur Frederick), Contents. Significant aspects of Chinese society ; China as a permanently bureaucratic society ; Chinese feudalism ; The birth of capitalism in China ; Fairs in China ; Chinese towns ; Marco Polo in the capital of China ; Evolution of landownership in fourth- and.
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Higher officials, while required to demonstrate competence in classical scholarship in a series of rigorous, competitive examinations, were lacking in practical administrative knowledge, and were unable to deal with this by: The Six Dynasties, also known as the “Dark Age” of Chinese history, was a period of political disunity and conflict but also one of important developments in the arts, religion, and culture.
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