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The Resource Imagining a Postnational World : Hegemony and Space in Modern China

Imagining a Postnational World : Hegemony and Space in Modern China

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Imagining a Postnational World : Hegemony and Space in Modern China
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Imagining a Postnational World
Title remainder
Hegemony and Space in Modern China
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Brill's Series on Modern East Asia in a Global Historical Perspective
Imagining a Postnational World : Hegemony and Space in Modern China
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Imagining a Postnational World : Hegemony and Space in Modern China
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online resource
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multicolored
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txt
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Contents
Contents -- Preface & Acknowledgements -- List of Figures -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 Space, Territory, and National Sovereignty in Modern East Asia -- Chapter 2 Reconceptualizing World Order after the Tribute System -- 2.1 Doubting Political Order in Late Imperial China -- 2.2 Territory and Space after the Reconceptualization of World Order in Late Nineteenth Century -- Chapter 3 The Legal Principle of National Sovereignty in Modern East Asia -- 3.1 Globalizing International Law -- 3.2 National Sovereignty and the Problem of Territoriality vs. Spatiality -- 3.3 The Monroe Doctrine as a Global Spatial Principle -- Chapter 4 The Territoriality of National Sovereignty -- 4.1 Boundaries and the Emergence of Territorial Maps -- 4.2 Territorial Integrity and the Fear of Partition in China -- Chapter 5 Fighting the White Peril: Japan's Turn to Spatiality -- 5.1 The White Peril: Placing the Outside Enemy -- 5.2 Japan's Attitude toward its Asian Neighbors until 1894 -- 5.3 Pan-Asian Thinking and the Rise of the Asian Monroe Doctrine -- 5.4 Japanese Pan-Asianism during World War I and Beyond -- Chapter 6 Pacifying the Hostis: China's Return to Ecumenical Morality -- 6.1 The Scary Demon: Reconciling the Inside Enemy -- 6.2 Datong and the Idea of Universal Harmony in International Society -- 6.3 Going beyond the Nation-State: Tianxia as Alternative World Order in Twentieth-Century China -- Excursus: The Renaissance of Tianxia in Contemporary Chinese Political Thought -- Chapter 7 Lessons from the Past: Visions of World Order Today -- 7.1 Overcoming Hegemoniality -- 7.2 The Spatiality of Tianxia and the Dissolution of Ontological Enemies -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Reference Works -- Primary Sources -- Secondary Sources -- Index
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1 online resource (374 pages)
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