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Culture, courtiers, and competition

the Ming court (1368-1644)

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Published by Harvard University Asia Center, Distributed by Harvard University Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

  • China -- Court and courtiers

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Other titlesMing court (1368-1644)
    Statementedited by David M. Robinson.
    SeriesHarvard East Asian monographs -- 301
    ContributionsRobinson, David M., 1965-
    LC ClassificationsDS753.2 .C85 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16638064M
    ISBN 109780674028234
    LC Control Number2008009022

    Friday, August 7, Pradel Henriquez, the Minister of Culture and Jean Emmanuel Jacquet the Director General of the National Book Directorate (DNL) officially launched the 2nd edition of the national reading competition "Read the Book". Professor Wilson is the author of numerous articles on Chinese military history, Chinese sea power, and Sun Tzu's The Art of War. His books include Ambition and Identity: Chinese Merchant-Elites in Colonial Manila, ; The Chinese in the Caribbean; China's Future Nuclear Submarine Force; and War, Virtual War and Society.

    Organizational Culture Books Showing of The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups (Hardcover) by. Daniel Coyle (Goodreads Author) (shelved 3 times as organizational-culture) avg rating — 13, ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. Hall (Boulder: Lexington Books, ), pp. "Bestowing the Double-edged Sword: Wanli as Supreme Military Commander," in Culture, Courtiers, and Competition: The Ming Court ()edited by David Robinson (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ), pp.

    Culture is the shared ideas, meanings, and values acquired by individuals as members of society. It is socially learned, not genetically transmitted, and often influences us unconsciously. Human beings learn through social means—through interactions with others as well as through the products of culture such as books and television (IOM, ).   In this book we learn how Galileo shaped is scientific career, or rather how his being involved in a princely court influenced his works and the debates he become involved in (e.g., bouancy, sunspots). Mario Biagioli takes us through court life, and descibed Galileo's unique position in this court s: 9.

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Emperors and courtiers patronized the arts, especially painting and calligraphy. Precious objects from other parts of the empire and from foreign countries poured into the capital. This role of cultural centre was continued during the Qing dynasty.

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Competition is a pervasive aspect of human life. Yet the values and attitudes that people have concerning competition vary widely, from the belief that it underpins the social order to the belief that it corrodes positive social ties.

This research examines the structural and cultural roots of these attitudes across societies.Court Cultures of the Middle Ages and Renaissance is a peer-reviewed series focused on the inter- and multi-disciplinary cultural output of medieval and Renaissance court culture on an international scale.

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