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TOC: Journal of Chinese Humanities issue on Political Meritocracy in China

The latest Journal of Chinese Humanities issue is a special issue on “The Possibility of Political Meritocracy in China.” Read on for details.

Volume 4, Issue 1, The Possibility of Political Meritocracy in China, 2018

ISSN: 2352-1333

E-ISSN: 2352-1341

http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/23521341/4/1

Contents:

“Introduction to The China Model: Political Meritocracy and the Limits of Democracy,” by Daniel A. Bell, pp.: 1–5 (5)

“A Critical Discussion of Daniel A. Bell’s Political Meritocracy,” by Yushun Huang and Kathryn Henderson, pp.: 6–28 (23)

“Building a Modern Political Ecology and the Need to Demystify Political Meritocracy,” by Jingxi Liu and Anja Bihler, pp.: 29–48 (20)

“The Future of Meritocracy: A Discussion of Daniel Bell’s The China Model,” by Yongle Zhang and Colleen Howe, pp.: 49–64 (16)

“Pre-Qin Daoist Reflections on the Xianneng,” by Feng Cao and Caterina Weber, pp.: 65–90 (26)

“Virtuous Governance and the Chinese Way,” by Zhaohui Fang and Stefano Gandolfo, pp.: 91–110 (20)

“Vertical Democratic Meritocracy in China: Response to Comments,” by Daniel A. Bell, pp.: 111–123 (13)

September 3rd, 2018 Posted by | China, Chinese philosophy - 中國哲學 - 中国哲学, Comparative philosophy, Comparative Political Theory, Tables of Contents | one comment

One Response to TOC: Journal of Chinese Humanities issue on Political Meritocracy in China

  1. Thanks for the reference!

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