Dieses Buch erläutert, warum Chinas Reform- und Öffnungspolitik erfolgreich das schnelle Wirtschaftswachstum fördern konnte. Anhand einer sachlichen Darstellung sowie der analytischen wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Logik wird die erfolgreiche Entwicklung Chinas in den vergangenen vierzig Jahren zusammengefasst, die in dessen Geschichte zu beispiellosen Verbesserungen hinsichtlich des Lebens der Bevölkerung und der grundlegenden öffentlichen Dienstleistungen geführt hat. Die wirtschaftlichen Entwicklungsstadien Chinas werden bewertet und neue Herausforderungen sowie Aufgaben aufgezeigt. Zudem werden Gedanken hervorgebracht, wie eine Abwendung von der Abhängigkeit bezüglich der demografischen Dividende und gleichzeitige Hinwendung der Reformdividende erzielt werden kann. Es wird nach Wegen gesucht, ein nachhaltiges Wirtschaftswachstum aufrechtzuerhalten, die mittlere Einkommensphase zu überwinden und den Übergang zur hohen Einkommensphase zu erreichen. Dieses Buch bedient sich der normativen Analysemethoden der Wirtschaftswissenschaften, um anhand der Logik der Reform- und Öffnungspolitik und mithilfe von einem einfachen Sprachstil über das chinesische Wirtschaftswunder zu erzählen. Unter der Hinzunahme von Chinas Erfahrungen, der chinesischen Weisheit sowie dem chinesischen Konzept wird bestrebt die Wirtschaftsentwicklungstheorie zu bereichern.
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An Intellectual Revolution
This study provides a step by step explanation of André Malraux's theory of art. Drawing on his major works, such as The Voices of Silence and The Metamorphosis of the Gods, it examines key topics such as the nature of artistic creation, the psychology of our response to art, the birth of the notion of "art" itself and its transformation after Manet, the birth and death of the idea of beauty, the seriously neglected question of the relationship between art and the passage of time, the emergence of our "first universal world of art," the contemporary role of the art museum and the musée imaginaire, and the contentious question of the relationship between art and history.
Rejecting negative criticisms from writers such as Maurice Merleau-Ponty and E. H. Gombrich, the study argues that Malraux offers us a theory of art that is fully coherent and highly illuminating. In addition, the analysis shows that he presents a radical challenge to the traditional explanations of art inherited from the Enlightenment that have dominated Western thinking for some three hundred years. In short, the study unveils a way of understanding art that is nothing short of an intellectual revolution.
A Psychological Perspective
Jan Felicjan Terelak
The book is a scientific monograph, based on a natural experiment on cognitive, emotional and social functioning during the year-long isolation of 21 winter hounds at the Henryk Arctowski Polish Antarctic Station. The conducted research was of a specimen and sociometric nature. The results presented in the book are unique in the literature on the subject due to the longitudinal nature of the research conducted, together with its high frequency (every two weeks). Moreover, the social isolation was total in its character, due to the large limitation of connectivity with the outside world, which could be considered analogous to future long-term space missions.
Edited by Alison Cathcart and Patrick Gleeson
This series focuses on the islands of the North Atlantic archipelago and on the water that surrounds those islands from pre-history through to the eighteenth century. Moving beyond traditional national histories, the series will highlight research that examines localities or regions bounded by geography and transnational studies of the insular world, and connections between peoples and societies within the archipelago and their neighbours to the south (Brittany) and the north (Norway and beyond). Archipelagic studies will explore a range of themes (landscape, society, culture, language, religion, trade networks) and incorporate a number of disciplines and approaches (archaeology, heritage, history, literature, historical ecology, environmental, marine, political, social).
Breakin Down Hip Hop Activism
Edited by Arash Daneshzadeh, Anthony J. Nocella II, Chandra Ward and Ahmad R. Washington
Edited by Tina K. Coffelt
The Magic Square Divination of Cai Chen 蔡沈 (1167-1230)
Larry J. Schulz
In his Master Plan Cai Chen (1167-1230) created an original divination manual based on the Yijing and keyed it to an intricate series of 81 matrixes with the properties of "magic squares." Previously unrecognized, Cai's work is a milestone in the history of mathematics, and, in introducing it, this book dramatically expands our understanding of the Chinese number theory practiced by the "Image and Number" school within Confucian philosophy. Thinkers of that leaning devised graphic arrays of the binary figures called "trigrams" and "hexagrams" in the Yijing as a way of exploring the relationship between the random draws of divination and the classic's readings. Cai adapted this perspective to his 81 matrix series, which he saw as tracing the recurring temporal cycles of the natural world. The architecture of the matrix series is echoed in the language of his divination texts, which he called "number names"—hence, the book's title. This book will appeal to those interested in philosophy, the history of science and mathematics, and Chinese intellectual history. The divination text has significant literary as well as philosophical dimensions, and its audience lies both among specialists in these fields and with a general readership interested in recreational mathematics and topics like divination, Taiji, and Fengshui.
North Channel Communities of the Atlantic Archipelago c.1550-1625
This series focuses on the islands of the North Atlantic archipelago and on the water that surrounds those islands from pre-history through to the eighteenth century. Moving beyond traditional national histories, the series will highlight research that examines localities or regions bounded by geography and transnational studies of the Insular world, and connections between peoples and societies within the archipelago and their neighbours to the south (Brittany, Normandy and beyond) and the north (Norway and beyond). Archipelagic Studies will explore a range of themes (landscape, society, culture, language, religion, trade networks) and incorporate a number of disciplines and approaches (archaeology, heritage, history, literature, historical ecology, environmental, marine, political, social).