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The Resource A singular case : debating China's political economy in the European Enlightenment, Ashley Eva Millar, (electronic resource)

A singular case : debating China's political economy in the European Enlightenment, Ashley Eva Millar, (electronic resource)

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A singular case : debating China's political economy in the European Enlightenment
Title
A singular case
Title remainder
debating China's political economy in the European Enlightenment
Statement of responsibility
Ashley Eva Millar
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • Introduction : judging "schemes of oeconomy"--Travelling knowledge in the "discerning age" : ethnography and Enlightenment -- "The most unscrupulous people on earth" : the paradox of China's commercial spirit -- "Your beggarly commerce!" China and international trade -- "The science of princes" : China's constitutional foundations -- "Duties of the sovereign" : civil and military successes and failures -- "Very ignorant reasoners" : China's science and technology -- Conclusion : prospects for the "stationary state."
  • Introduction : judging "schemes of oeconomy"--Travelling knowledge in the "discerning age" : ethnography and Enlightenment -- "The most unscrupulous people on earth" : the paradox of China's commercial spirit -- "Your beggarly commerce!" China and international trade -- "The science of princes" : China's constitutional foundations -- "Duties of the sovereign" : civil and military successes and failures -- "Very ignorant reasoners" : China's science and technology -- Conclusion : prospects for the "stationary state."
  • Introduction : judging "schemes of oeconomy"--Travelling knowledge in the "discerning age" : ethnography and Enlightenment -- "The most unscrupulous people on earth" : the paradox of China's commercial spirit -- "Your beggarly commerce!" China and international trade -- "The science of princes" : China's constitutional foundations -- "Duties of the sovereign" : civil and military successes and failures -- "Very ignorant reasoners" : China's science and technology -- Conclusion : prospects for the "stationary state."
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NLC
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1983-
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Millar, Ashley Eva
Dewey number
330.951/032
LC call number
HC427.7
LC item number
.M54 2017
Series statement
McGill-Queen's studies in the history of ideas
Series volume
69
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Enlightenment
  • China
Label
A singular case : debating China's political economy in the European Enlightenment, Ashley Eva Millar, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-250) and index
Contents
  • Introduction : judging "schemes of oeconomy" -- 1. Travelling knowledge in the "discerning age" : ethnography and Enlightenment -- 2. "The most unscrupulous people on earth" : the paradox of China's commercial spirit -- 3. "Your beggarly commerce!" China and international trade --4. "The science of princes" : China's constitutional foundations -- 5. "Duties of the sovereign" : civil and military successes and failures -- 6. "Very ignorant reasoners" : China's science and technology -- Conclusion : prospects for the "stationary state."
  • Introduction : judging "schemes of oeconomy" -- 1. Travelling knowledge in the "discerning age" : ethnography and Enlightenment -- 2. "The most unscrupulous people on earth" : the paradox of China's commercial spirit -- 3. "Your beggarly commerce!" China and international trade --4. "The science of princes" : China's constitutional foundations -- 5. "Duties of the sovereign" : civil and military successes and failures -- 6. "Very ignorant reasoners" : China's science and technology -- Conclusion : prospects for the "stationary state."
  • Introduction : judging "schemes of oeconomy" -- 1. Travelling knowledge in the "discerning age" : ethnography and Enlightenment -- 2. "The most unscrupulous people on earth" : the paradox of China's commercial spirit -- 3. "Your beggarly commerce!" China and international trade --4. "The science of princes" : China's constitutional foundations -- 5. "Duties of the sovereign" : civil and military successes and failures -- 6. "Very ignorant reasoners" : China's science and technology -- Conclusion : prospects for the "stationary state."
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001856359
Dimensions
24 cm.
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unknown
Extent
xii, 263 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780773548305
Isbn Type
(cloth)
Lccn
2017416382
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001856359
Label
A singular case : debating China's political economy in the European Enlightenment, Ashley Eva Millar, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-250) and index
Contents
  • Introduction : judging "schemes of oeconomy" -- 1. Travelling knowledge in the "discerning age" : ethnography and Enlightenment -- 2. "The most unscrupulous people on earth" : the paradox of China's commercial spirit -- 3. "Your beggarly commerce!" China and international trade --4. "The science of princes" : China's constitutional foundations -- 5. "Duties of the sovereign" : civil and military successes and failures -- 6. "Very ignorant reasoners" : China's science and technology -- Conclusion : prospects for the "stationary state."
  • Introduction : judging "schemes of oeconomy" -- 1. Travelling knowledge in the "discerning age" : ethnography and Enlightenment -- 2. "The most unscrupulous people on earth" : the paradox of China's commercial spirit -- 3. "Your beggarly commerce!" China and international trade --4. "The science of princes" : China's constitutional foundations -- 5. "Duties of the sovereign" : civil and military successes and failures -- 6. "Very ignorant reasoners" : China's science and technology -- Conclusion : prospects for the "stationary state."
  • Introduction : judging "schemes of oeconomy" -- 1. Travelling knowledge in the "discerning age" : ethnography and Enlightenment -- 2. "The most unscrupulous people on earth" : the paradox of China's commercial spirit -- 3. "Your beggarly commerce!" China and international trade --4. "The science of princes" : China's constitutional foundations -- 5. "Duties of the sovereign" : civil and military successes and failures -- 6. "Very ignorant reasoners" : China's science and technology -- Conclusion : prospects for the "stationary state."
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001856359
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xii, 263 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780773548305
Isbn Type
(cloth)
Lccn
2017416382
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001856359

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