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The scholar-bureaucrats or literati
of imperial China
- Confucianism, also known
as Ruism, is described
as tradition, a philosophy, a religion, a humanistic
religion, a way of governing, or...
- The term "Literati
purges" is a translation
of the Korean
term 'sahwa' (Korean: 사화 士禍), whose literal meaning
is "scholars' calamity" . It refers
- Scholar-officials, also known
, Scholar-gentlemen or Scholar-bureaucrats (Chinese: 士大夫; pinyin: shì dàfū) were politicians
- not a form of music
that was used by the literati
to make money, in essence
qin when pla**** by the literati
from the same position
- The Qing literati
(wenren Chinese:文人) were officially designated
are two terms, "shi"(Chinese:士)...
(Chuan-shan Hsüeh-she), a revolutionary group founded
by Changsha literati
Wang Fuzhi. In his first school
- Sámuel Literáti Nemes
(1796–1842), Transylvanian-Hungarian antiquarian, co-founder of the National
in Budapest, infamous
for many forgeries...
- extensively researched biography
to appear since
1988. Parisian literati
, also produced several biographies
on him. André Gide wrote...
- copy as title
(link) "The Canonical Books
of the Literati
". 14 November
2014. 什么是四书五经. 360doc.com. 6 June...