Chinese thinkers debate the future of their society and its place in the world
Chaohua Wang received her PhD in Chinese literature and civilization from the University of California, Los Angeles. She studies and writes on modern Chinese literature and intellectual history. She is the editor of One China, Many Paths.
Reading this book is a must for students and scholars interested in
the evolution of Chinese intellectual life at the end of the
*The China Journal*
The indispensable survey of China's recent social, political and cultural thought. The coverage is breath-taking.
A basic document for understanding contemporary China.
There is a Chinese intellectual realm just as astonishing as the Chinese economy. The authors engage in lively debate among themselves and are in complete command of Western thought and philosophy. They show that whatever the troubles of their nation, individual Chinese can take up the most sophisticated features of modern culture.
The only work of its kind available in English. A welcome reminder of the growing diversity of Chinese intellectual thought.
*London Review of Books*
Wang's collection stands out for its focus on issues of democracy and social justice.
*New Left Review*