The Chinese Translation of Rousseau's Le Contrat Social and Its Influence

Modern Philosophy 3:84-93 (2009)

Rousseau thought in modern China has a huge impact, "Social Contract" is from 1898 in China have been translated and Shao Jie, in the early 20th century to become the eyes of Chinese Studies Gospel, and sometimes all talk about freedom and equality, Rousseau and the people must be made ​​about ideological. This article from the "social contract" theory of the Chinese translation of the early start, through analysis, comparison Jiangzhao Min, Yang Tingdong, Ma Junwu other Chinese edition, trying to sort out the beginning of the 20th century from the 19th century Rousseau's ideas about the people in China, spread the truth
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