Department of Religion and Philosophy
Walking forward reflectively: Zhao Fusan's intellectual journey since the 1980s
The subject of this issue is Zhao Fusan (b. 1926), a Shanghaiborn Christian pastor and intellectual who has lived in exile since the Tiananmen Square crackdown in 1989. As a scholar of world religions and vice president of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Zhao in the mid-1980s authored a sympathetic Marxian interpretation of the role of religion (translated in this issue) that has had a lasting impact in the PRC. In exile, Zhao's major projects (sampled in this issue) have included Chinese editions of important works on early Christianity and the intellectual and cultural history of Europe. © 2012 M.E. Sharpe, Inc. All rights reserved.
Source Publication Title
Contemporary Chinese Thought
Link to Publisher's Edition
Pfister, L. (2012). Walking forward reflectively: Zhao Fusan's intellectual journey since the 1980s. Contemporary Chinese Thought, 43 (3), 3-12. https://doi.org/10.2753/CSP1097-1467430300