The Chinese Have a Word for It

The Complete Guide to Chinese Thought and Culture

The Chinese Have a Word for It

Examines the underlying meanings of more than three hundred key words and expressions from the Chinese language and discusses how they are related to contemporary Chinese culture.

Has China Won?

The Chinese Challenge to American Primacy

Has China Won?

The defining geopolitical contest of the twenty-first century is between China and the US. But is it avoidable? And if it happens, is the outcome already inevitable? China and America are world powers without serious rivals. They eye each other warily across the Pacific; they communicate poorly; there seems little natural empathy. A massive geopolitical contest has begun. America prizes freedom; China values freedom from chaos.America values strategic decisiveness; China values patience.America is becoming society of lasting inequality; China a meritocracy.America has abandoned multilateralism; China welcomes it. Kishore Mahbubani, a diplomat and scholar with unrivalled access to policymakers in Beijing and Washington, has written the definitive guide to the deep fault lines in the relationship, a clear-eyed assessment of the risk of any confrontation, and a bracingly honest appraisal of the strengths and weaknesses, and superpower eccentricities, of the US and China.

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Homoeopathy and Homoeopathic Prescribing

Homoeopathy and Homoeopathic Prescribing

A complete study course in homoeopathy.The book discusses the beginning of homoeopathy, homoeopathic fundamentals, homoeopathic concepts of diseases, case-taking, the art of prescribing, drug pictures of remedies, and the use of repertory.

The Chinese Human Rights Reader

Documents and Commentary, 1900-2000

The Chinese Human Rights Reader

Weiyun and Others (1979)

Analytical Psychology

Its Theory and Practice

Analytical Psychology

In 1935 Jung gave a now famous and controversial course of five lectures at the Tavistock Clinic in London. In them he presents, in lucid and compelling fashion, his theory of the mind and the methods he had used to arrive at his conclusions: dream analysis, word association and ‘active imagination.’ Immediately accessible to the general reader, the Tavistock lectures are a superb introduction to anyone coming to Jung’s psychology for the first time and crucial for understanding analytical psychology. A fascinating feature of the book is the inclusion of some of the questions posed to Jung at the end of each lecture. These questions, including those from leading psychoanalysts such as Wilfrid Bion, and the discussions that follow offer an outstanding example of a great thinker at the peak of their powers. Also amongst the audience was Samuel Beckett, who was deeply affected by what Jung had to say. With a new foreword by Kevin Lu

Give Me This Mountain...

Give Me This Mountain...

Give Me This Mountain teaches you how to overcome impossibility thinking, defeating the grasshopper, giant, and mountain barrier mentality. In this book, you will discover kingdom secrets to standing firm on Gods unfailing promises. Fighting the battle, gaining victory, and possessing your possessions.