Abstract

Abstract:

This article examines a specific set of prewar Taiwanese philosophers, called the Sit-chûn scholars. Armed with Western ideas, these scholars were devoted to thought resistance against assimilation, which ended up building Taiwan's cultural subjectivity under Japanese rule. It is argued that their thought resistances are systematic responses to cultural and political crises. They are also compared with other East Asian philosophers of the early twentieth century.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1529-1898
Print ISSN
0031-8221
Pages
pp. 973-993
Launched on MUSE
2020-01-07
Open Access
No
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