Wholeness and individuality: Revisiting the New Culture Movement, as symbolized by May Fourth

@article{Zhitian2019WholenessAI,
  title={Wholeness and individuality: Revisiting the New Culture Movement, as symbolized by May Fourth},
  author={Luo Zhi-tian},
  journal={Chinese Studies in History},
  year={2019},
  volume={52},
  pages={188 - 208}
}
  • Luo Zhi-tian
  • Published 2 October 2019
  • Political Science
  • Chinese Studies in History
Abstract The May Fourth New Culture Movement was a “convergent historical movement,” as well as a movement with a central purport and an intrinsic wholeness. The image of a homogeneous May Fourth formed unintentionally, and was also constructed by contemporaries and later generations. By examining the connections between the 1911 Revolution and the New Culture Movement from a more macroscopic perspective, exploring whether the latter was in fact a response to external impact or a self-awakening… 

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