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《JOURNAL OF PEKING UNIVERSITY(HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES)》 1996-01
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On China's "Modernization" and "Modernity": Restructuring a Civilized Order in Modern China

Jin Yao-ji  
Abstract Fundamentally speaking, China's modernization drive for nearly a century is the historical process of "deconstructiong" and "restructuring" the old civilized order of China. Modernization is a sign of "globalization". Yet, to a certain extent, the modern characteristics assumed increasingly by East Asian countries (including China) are not necessarily identical with modern Western civilization, although they share some "generality" with the latter. China's modernization cannot be regarded simply as an effort to make China more prosperous and powerful; it is in its very nature the process of China's seeking for a new civilized oredr. China is left little room for choice and has no free options on its road to modernization. But this does not mean that there is no room for creativity. China's new civilization is both "modern" and "Chinese".
【CateGory Index】: C0
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