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Collection of He Xun (Chinese classical literature series) by 何逊

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Her book has serious weaknesses in data gathering and in contextualizing and interpreting the historical evidence. Her argument does not hold, judging from the evidence we have. In this sense, I agree with the early China scholars. Yet, we must acknowledge that the comparative methodology that shaped Hui’s analysis and argument is widely accepted in the social sciences and that Hui has followed a discursive pattern of her own discipline in a respectable manner. In other words, the weaknesses of Hui’s work are rooted more in the disciplinary weaknesses of political science than in her own scholarship.

Less than seventy years after the founding of the Western Han dynasty, Confucianism, a loosely defined philosophical tradition that took shape in the late sixth century bce but had never achieved predominance in politics, was refashioned into a state ideology. 24 The synergistic relationships among Legalist ideologies and regulations and military mobilization greatly strengthened the Qin state, encouraging Qin rulers to base their control on harsh Legalist ruling techniques rather than on state-society cooperation and normative consensus.

Creel (1970); Hsu (1965); Weber (1951). 23. By “other favorable conditions,” I have in mind the availability of crucial technologies, in particular the steam engine, and ideologies that justified egoistic money-making activities. Introduction 13 virtually nonexistent. Only the state and the aristocracy were powerful actors. In Europe the rise of instrumental culture and the rapid development of technologies and organizational capacities were propelled by both military and economic competition, whereas Eastern Zhou development was primarily driven by military rather than economic competition.

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