The Regionalization of Confucian Learning and the Marginalization of Spatially Mobile Intellectual Groups The Dissociation and Combination of Political and Cultural Centers of Gravity and Their Consequences
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Contemporary Chinese Thought 31 (3):64-78 (2000)
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