Destiny and Options of Contemporary Chinese Scholars of the Humanities

Contemporary Chinese Thought 29 (2):5-28 (1997)

Abstract
"Scholar of the humanities" is not a title of honor; it is only a choice of profession. Hence, those "erstwhile scholars" who have already gone into politics or business are not discussed in the present article. Instead of touching on such hot topics as professors selling meat pies, buying and selling automobiles, entering people's political consultative conferences, or taking government posts, this article considers the destiny and possible options of scholars who are willing to engage in humanity studies and are still doing so, for the latter are more perplexed and more at loss and deserve more understanding and sympathy
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