• On the Behavior of Government in Key Stage of SOE Reform
    with Xiu-Ling He
    Philosophy of the Social Sciences 35 (3): 124-128. 2005.
    China's state-owned enterprises to enter into a critical stage of reform. Government reform of state-owned enterprises mainly in the leading role in determining the direction of state-owned enterprise reform and development, processes and models; government reform and development in the state-owned enterprises play an agent, the dual principal role is to rationalize the management system of state-owned enterprises an important part; in different types of state-owned enterprise reform in governme…Read more
  • The Economic Nationalism and Its Influence in the Early American History
    Nankai University (Philosophy and Social Sciences) 1 18-26. 2006.
    Economic nationalism is on the early history of American foreign economic policy of the state have a significant impact on one's ideas. In the beginning of statehood with the United States produce the conditions of economic nationalism, some representatives of the founding fathers of economic nationalist tendencies of thought, economic nationalism embodied in the founding era of the basic spirit of the existence of its legitimacy, which in 1812 laid the After the foundation of this rising trend.…Read more
  • A Social Cognitive Perspective On Religious Beliefs And Psychotherapy
    with Guo-an Yue
    Nankai University (Philosophy and Social Sciences) 4 116-122. 2009.
    Religious life in patients with mental illness play an important role. Religious people tend to show a pattern characteristic of intuitive thinking. This kind of thinking is the result of bias hypothesis and group / group, bias. Religious positive effect on the performance of psychotherapy can provide a positive religious coping strategies; religion also provides an alternative attachment; religions advocate forgiveness, helps to regulate mood and behavior. Religious bias and prejudice resulting…Read more
  • Great Theory and Successful Practice: Deng Xiaoping's Magnificant Strategic Concept of "One Country, Two Systems" and Hong Kong's Return to the Motherland
    with Jing-Quan Liu and Li-Ting Shang
    Nankai University (Philosophy and Social Sciences) 4 1-11. 1997.
    "One country two systems" great strategic thinking, Deng Xiaoping Theory of building socialism with Chinese characteristics, an important part. It was first proposed from the settlement of the Taiwan question, but first of all in solving the issue of Hong Kong a success. Article outlines the Deng Xiaoping's "one country two systems" great strategic concept formation; demonstrated strategic vision to address this great return of Hong Kong, maintain Hong Kong's prosperity and stability issues play…Read more
  • On Misunderstanding of Female Body Writing in China Popular Culture
    with Li Wang
    Nankai University (Philosophy and Social Sciences) 2 35-40. 2007.
    Feminist theory suggests that the female body is a physical difference between the concentrated expression of place and identity, the body of feminist writing is intended to reflect the female experience and the true intent of the conflict in the mainstream of physical survival of a state of tension. The rise in the 1990s China's female body art inherited the Chinese female body art history will be female body objectification of discourse structure, and import modern body writing the traditional…Read more
  • Non-international Armed Conflict as War Crime within the Jurisdiction of ICC
    Nankai University (Philosophy and Social Sciences) 1 133-140. 2007.
    Following World War II Nuremberg and Tokyo International Military Tribunal trial of war criminals after the success of the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, the international ad hoc criminal tribunals has successfully tried a non-international armed conflict constitutes a war crime. The international community in establishing the International Criminal Court, "the Rome Statute," the negotiation process, based on norms of war and armed conflict, customary international legal documents and internation…Read more
  • Partisanship and the Trends of Bilateral Trade between China and the US
    with Wang Kun-le and Shen-Xiang Xie
    Nankai University (Philosophy and Social Sciences) 5 107-114. 2009.
    Currently, U.S. trade policy-making process is filled with strong partisan color, the two parties diametrically opposed attitudes towards trade issues, which makes the process of trade liberalization in the United States severely hampered. Democratic presidential oath of office just a weak footing, partisanship intensified, the U.S. financial crisis has caused a huge economic impact, in this context, free trade is subject to unprecedented challenges. In the future, only the two sides through fri…Read more
  • "american Mission" On Historical Reflection
    Nankai University (Philosophy and Social Sciences) 1 47-52. 1997.
    U.S. Mission made ​​tough in the Puritan view of religion. This concept of the United States as God choose a special country, the development of human history and destiny to bear a special responsibility. This concept is deeply rooted in American culture, deeply influenced the Americans on their own or to the outside world views and attitudes. It is the name of the U.S. government to achieve this mission under the guise of outward expansion, the small countries wanton interference. However, the …Read more
  • Institutional Changes, Revolutionary Discourses and Squire Power in the Early Period of the 20th Century
    Nankai University (Philosophy and Social Sciences) 1 95-107. 2009.
    The "New Deal"-oriented institutional change actually constitutes a gentry "system" of the institutional basis for expansion. From the old system to new system squire who has received a much broader power to space, thus generating social contradictions and conflicts of interest are constantly accumulate. When the Qing Dynasty as a revolution in the sense of the object system after the overthrow of the existing society, all point to the shortcomings of the gentry. Gentry will be more in-depth aft…Read more
  • A Restudy On The Xinfu Army In Yuan Dynasty
    Nankai University (Philosophy and Social Sciences) 2 118-122. 2009.
    Accommodate the new Army reorganization with the meta rule and military institutions in the South important part. After the mid-yuan new army is still attached? Scholars have different views. Analysis of the Yuan Dynasty military system of the background we can see, the new soldiers were attached to military families forced incorporated into the system, still maintaining the typical characteristics of mercenary, the economic benefits and logistics, supply system is different from the Han, so the…Read more
  • To Study the Essential Reason for the US Compelling RMB Appreciation from the Political Economy Perspective
    with Ke-Yong Gao
    Nankai University (Philosophy and Social Sciences) 4 108-115. 2008.
    Since China's WTO accession, the bilateral trade imbalance off gradually exposed, the U.S. trade imbalance to blame all walks of life to the RMB exchange rate regime, that the Chinese government manipulation of the RMB exchange rate, and have asked the Government to urge China to take action to adjust the RMB exchange rate system , so that rapid and large appreciation of the renminbi. From the perspective of political economy analysis, the U.S. public about the RMB exchange rate issue and Sino-U…Read more
  • A Cultural Psychological Perspective On Hidden Rules As The Habitus
    with Xiao-Kang Lu
    Nankai University (Philosophy and Social Sciences) 4 133-139. 2009.
    In a static sense, hidden rules can be defined as undetected or do not have the legitimacy of the rules, it also means do not follow the explicit rules or contrary to accepted, the concept ought to act or behavioral tendencies, and its social consequences caused by the coexistence of diverse rules and the separation of its name, there. The generation of the unspoken rules is a common phenomenon, but the prevalence of hidden rules is a special cultural phenomenon, and the nation's culture is clos…Read more
  • On Thomas Hill's Thoughts of Environmental Virtue Ethics
    with Jian-Shan Li
    Nankai University (Philosophy and Social Sciences) 3 43-49. 2009.
    • the environmental virtues of Thomas Hill, a pivotal figure in the field of ethics, environmental virtue theory, its main idea is "appropriate humility" theory. "Appropriate humility" is a measure of the importance of an attitude thing, it requires people to recognize the "no perception of nature," the importance of correct understanding of their place in nature. • Thomas Hill wants people to overcome the ego and ignorance, to have "appropriate humility." However, he demonstrated his theory Shi…Read more
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    Congruences and Kernel Ideals on a Subclass of Ockham Algebras
    with Lei-Bo Wang
    Studia Logica 103 (4): 713-731. 2015.
    In this note, it is shown that the set of kernel ideals of a K n, 0-algebra L is a complete Heyting algebra, and the largest congruence on L such that the given kernel ideal as its congruence class is derived and finally, the necessary and sufficient conditions that such a congruence is pro-boolean are given
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    Modern advocators of personal autonomy are eager to stress the distance between their belief in personal autonomy and moral autonomy. I hold a very different view that there is no need drawing a strict boundary between moral autonomy and personal autonomy. I introduce into this article two phrases—contextual autonomy and global autonomy, with the help of which we blend successfully moral autonomy with personal autonomy. Finally come to such a conclusion that contextual autonomyn+1 compromises gl…Read more
  • Li Xue Yu Fo Xue
    Changchun Chu Ban She. 2011.
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    L'urbanisme et la nouvelle « Trinité »
    with Shuliu Wang and Pierre-Yves Le Gall
    Multitudes 54 (3): 74. 2013.
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    Multitudes 54 (3): 57. 2013.
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    Robust utilization of context in word sense disambiguation
    In R. Turner D. Leake B. Kokinov A. Dey (ed.), Modeling and Using Context, Springer. pp. 529--541. 2005.
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    China's Ethical Challenges after Joining the WTO
    In Xiaohe Lu & Georges Enderle (eds.), Developing Business Ethics in China, Palgrave-macmillan. pp. 113. 2006.
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    Neural oscillations
    In L. Nadel (ed.), Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science, Nature Publishing Group. 2003.
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    Environmental Problems
    Contemporary Chinese Thought 30 (3): 88-92. 1999.
    I was born in the city of Beijing. As a child, I used to climb to the top of the highest building in our courtyard—it was in Xidan—and look in all four directions. I could often see as far as the Temple of Buddhist Virtue at the Summer Palace. From Xidan to the Summer Palace is at least 20 li [one li = 1/2 KM]. Some years ago I was living in the Changchunyuan section of Beijing University, which is only a few li from the Summer Palace, and eight out often times when I looked out of the window to…Read more
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    Beyond the Systemic Changes
    Contemporary Chinese Thought 31 (4): 62-70. 2000.
    About a month ago, I went to a university to give a lecture. During the questions-and-answers and discussion, a young fellow standing in the last row drew a good deal of attention: "Some people today show concern for spiritual values but are very helpless where material life is concerned." However, he said, "more people are pursuing only material benefits and have absolutely no spiritual requirements." You may perhaps doubt that people today truly, as he indicated, regard the spiritual and the m…Read more
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    Karaoke and the Braying Village
    Contemporary Chinese Thought 30 (3): 54-56. 1999.
    Once upon a time, Don Quixote, the Knight of the Sad Countenance, and his trusty squire Sancho Panza were going along the road when they met a band of villagers carrying swords and sticks, on the way to attack their enemies. The noble knight asked the villagers why they wanted to fight and heard the following tale
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    A Foreign Devil and Gu Hongming [1847-1928]
    Contemporary Chinese Thought 30 (3): 19-22. 1999.
    I have read some outrageous books and as a result have lost my innocence. In English, to lose one's innocence also means to become sly and devious, and that is what has happened to me. My innocence was lost in the University of Pittsburgh library. It was there that I borrowed a book called The Pleasurable Experiences of a Foreign Devil in China, which was about the travels of an American in China. On the surface, this American seemed to be passionate about Chinese culture—as soon as he disembark…Read more
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    Bill Gates's Bodysuit
    Contemporary Chinese Thought 30 (3): 65-68. 1999.
    In his book The Road Ahead, Bill Gates writes that modern developments in information technology mean that engineers already have the capability to produce real sensations. They can put goggles on you that show colored pictures and give you stereo earphones so that what you see and hear is controlled by computer. Once the hardware and software are sophisticated enough, we will not be able to tell the difference between electronic sounds and images and real sounds and images. The hardware and sof…Read more