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We Chinese people do not see them as equals. Therefore, for thousands of years, China has been isolated. We call China the world, not a nation. . Secondly, there has been no awareness of the distinction between a nation (or state) and a dynasty (or court). The biggest problem of the Chinese people is that we do not know what kind of thing a nation is and thus confuse the nation and the court, mistakenly believing that the nation is the property of the court. . Thirdly, there is no awareness of the relationships between the nation or state ( guo) and the citizens ( guomin).
10. How should civil associations and communities affect relationships between citizens and the state? 2 WANG GUOWEI: PHILOSOPHY AESTHETIC CRITICISM OF Keping Wang Around the turn of the twentieth century, China witnessed a new cultural movement that featured the rapid introduction of Western ideas. It was during this ideologically hectic period that Wang Guowei (1877–1927) established himself as a pioneering scholar in ﬁelds as diverse as philosophy, aesthetics, literary criticism, Chinese history, etymology, epigraphy, and ancient geography.
2, p. 758). 22 YANG X IAO In the last decade of his life in the 1920s, Liang’s role changed from a political activist to a historian; what Liang called the “historian’s virtue of truthfulness” led him to reject his earlier belief in the existence of universal causal laws in history. However, in the 1900s, even though he still believed in the existence of universal historical laws, Liang had already changed his view regarding the contents of some of the universal causal laws. For example, he argued against his teacher Kang’s claim that there was a causal relationship between religion (Christianity) and the rise of Western nations.
Contemporary Chinese Philosophy by Chung-Ying Cheng, Nicholas Bunnin