On Their Own Terms

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Harvard University Press, 2009年6月30日 - 605 頁
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Since the middle of the nineteenth century, imperial reformers, early Republicans, Guomindang party cadres, and Chinese Communists have all prioritized science and technology. In this book, Elman gives a nuanced account of the ways in which native Chinese science evolved over four centuries, under the influence of both Jesuit and Protestant missionaries. In the end, he argues, the Chinese produced modern science on their own terms.
 

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Prologue
3
1 Ming Classification on the Eve of Jesuit Contact
24
II Natural Studies and the Jesuits
61
2 The Late Ming Calendar Crisis and Gregorian Reform
63
3 SinoJesuit Accommodations During the Seventeenth Century
107
4 The Limits of Western Learning in the Early Eighteenth Century
150
5 The Jesuit Role as Experts in High Qing Cartography and Technology
190
III Evidential Research and Natural Studies
223
11 Displacement of Traditional Chinese Science and Medicinein the Twentieth Century
396
Appendixes
423
2 Some Translations of Chemistry 18551873
425
3 Science Outline Series 18821898
426
4 Partial Chronological List of Arsenals etc in China18611892
427
Table of Contents for the 1886 Primers for Science StudiesGezhi qimeng
428
Twentythree Fields of the Sciences in the 1886 Primers forScience Studies
429
Science Compendia Published in China from 1877to 1903
430

6 Evidential Research and the Restoration of Ancient Learning
225
7 Seeking the Truth and High Qing Mathematics
255
IV Modern Science and the Protestants
281
8 Protestants Education and Modern Science to 1880
283
9 The Construction of Modern Science in Late Qing China
320
V Qing Reformism and Modern Science
353
10 Government Arsenals Science and Technology in China after 1860
355
Some Officially Selected Chinese Prize Essay Topics fromthe Shanghai Polytechnic
433
Scientific Societies Formed between 1912 and 1927
434
Notes
437
Bibliography of Chinese and Japanese Sources
527
Acknowledgments
541
Credits
543
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Benjamin A. Elman is Professor of East Asian Studies and History, Princeton University.

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