Key Concepts in Chinese Thought and Culture are concepts and keywords or phrases Chinese people have created or come to use that are fundamentally pertinent to Chinese philosophy, humanistic, spirit, way of thinking and values.
• This series has 9 volumes in total and 3 of them have been published. Each volume includes 100 key entries selected and explained by over 80 distinguished scholars from China and West.
• This series is a promotion of genuine literacy on Chinese philosophy, history, literature, art, and translation within the western academia.
• All entries are interpreted in both Chinese and English, and furnished with citations for easier understanding of their meanings and usages in Chinese history.
• For people in other countries, these key concepts open the door to the spiritual world of contemporary China and the Chinese people, including those living overseas.
About the Author
The editorial board of Key Concepts in Chinese Thought and Culture includes Prof. Yuan Jixi, Prof. Wang Bo, Prof. Nie Changshun, Prof. Huang Youyi, etc. Prof. Yuan Jixi is Professor at School of Chinese Classics, Renmin University of China, member of Academic Committee of Confucian Studies Institute, Visiting Professor of Aesthetics and Aesthetic Education Study Center, Peking University, Distinguished Professor at Southwest University. Prof. Wang Bo is Dean and Professor at Peking University, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Dean of Confucian Studies Institute and Taoist Studies Center of Peking University. Prof. Nie Changshun is Professor of Chinese Traditional Culture Research Center of Wuhan University, Head of Japan Studies Center Academic Planning Department, Wuhan University. Prof. Huang Youyi, former Vice-Chairman of FIT, Director and Editor-in-Chief of CIPG, now is Vice-President of TAC and Director of Expert Comittee of CATTI.