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  1. Yuri Pines (2014). Liu Zehua and Studies of China's Monarchism: Guest Editor's Introduction. Contemporary Chinese Thought 45 (2-3):3-20.
    This introduction surveys the biography and major works of Liu Zehua, a leading scholar of China's intellectual history, political thought, and political culture. It explores the impact of Liu Zehua's personal experience, in particular the upheavals of the Cultural Revolution, on his conceptualization of Chinese political culture as subjugated to the overarching principle of monarchism. Liu Zehua's critical engagement with China's past distinguishes him from proponents of revival of traditional values and makes him one of the powerful opponents of cultural (...)
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  2. Liu Zehua (2014). Monarchism: A Historical Orientation of Chinese Intellectual Culture. Contemporary Chinese Thought 45 (2-3):21-31.
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  3. Liu Zehua (2014). The Monarch and the Sage: Between Bifurcation and Unification of the Two. Contemporary Chinese Thought 45 (2-3):55-88.
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  4. Liu Zehua (2014). The Contention of "A Hundred Schools of Thought" and Development of the Theory of Monarchism During the Warring States Period. Contemporary Chinese Thought 45 (2-3):32-54.
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  5. Liu Zehua (2014). The Unity of Heaven and Men, and China's Monarchism. Contemporary Chinese Thought 45 (2-3):89-116.
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  6. Liu Zehua (2014). The Yin-Yang Structure of Traditional Chinese Political Thought. Contemporary Chinese Thought 45 (2-3):117-127.
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  7. Liu Zehua (2014). A Few Questions Regarding Promotion Of National Studies. Contemporary Chinese Thought 45 (2-3):128-143.
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