An examination of how historical thinking has changed in recent years, through a comparison between Eastern and Western epochs.In his prize essay, Lin Chao-ta#39;ang (n.d.), twenty-sixth on the metropolitan but opti- mus for the palace examination, noted how emperors had ... increasingly reflected the changing intellectual context within which the imperial civil service examinations were administered. ... sources, the citing of bronze and stone epigraphical and archaeological evidence became a major element in ka#39;ao- cheng scholarship.
|Title||:||Turning Points in Historiography|
|Author||:||Q. Edward Wang, Georg G. Iggers|
|Publisher||:||Boydell & Brewer - 2002|