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The Virtue and Politeia in the Funeral Speech of Socrates: The Philosophical Education in Plato's Menexenus
LI Xiangli
2018, 1(3): 400-409.
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Eighteenth-Century Britain and Spain: Do Their Imperial Histories Fit into a Common Grand Narrative?
Penelope J. Corfield
2020, 3(1): 9-30.
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Queering Honglou meng: The “Lust of Mind” Mode of Male Love & Its Afterlives
WANG Ke
2020, 3(1): 52-68.
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The Pilgrim's Journey to the Underworld: A Comparative Reading of Some Episodes from Virgil's Aeneid and Dante's Commedia
ZHU Zhenyu
2018, 1(3): 351-366.
5
Elite Individuals as Representatives of Civilization in the Perspective of Qiaoyiology: Elias Canetti's and Franz Kafka's “Jewish Austria” and “Jewish China”
YE Jun
2020, 3(1): 31-51.
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From Monroe to Mishima: Gender and Cultural Identity in Yasumasa Morimura's Performance and Photography
HUANG Bihe
2020, 3(2): 289-300. doi: 10.19857/j.cnki.ICL.2020325
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ZHU Yu. Wordsworth as a Listener
SUN Hongwei
2018, 1(3): 500-503.
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Literature and Cosmopolitan Imaginings: On the Diasporic Representation and Imaginary Cosmopolitanism in America is in the Heart and “One out of Many”
WANG Li
2018, 1(3): 377-385.
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Reading the Four Books with Aristotle: A Hermeneutical Approach to the Translation of the Confucian Classics by François Noël SJ (1651-1729)
Henrik Jaeger
2018, 1(3): 367-376.
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Imagology: The Feats and Reflections (2014-2018)
ZHOU Yunlong
2018, 1(2): 295-300.
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Nietzsche's Revaluation of the “Homeric Question”—How “Philosophy has become what Philology was”
ZHANG Wei
2018, 1(1): 32-47.
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The Social Functions of Ancient Chinese Painting Inscriptions and the Social Factors in Their Development
WANG Wenxin
2018, 1(3): 386-399.
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A Metaphor of Time and Space in the “Bird” Images of Han Dynasty Stone and the “Gansu Flying Horse”: Taking the Visual Interpretation of “Inverted Expression of Images” as Logical Starting Point from a Cross-Cultural Perspective
MA Kaizhen
2020, 3(2): 223-260. doi: 10.19857/j.cnki.ICL.2020322
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“East-West” in the Theories of “World-System”
WANG Xiangyuan
2018, 1(3): 473-486.
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Medical Humanities, COVID-19, and Global Healing: An Interview with Prof. Karen L. Thornber
Karen L. Thornber, QU Yang
2020, 3(2): 367-375. doi: 10.19857/j.cnki.ICL.20203210
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Nicolai Volland. Socialist Cosmopolitanism: The Chinese Literary Universe, 1945-1965
XU Hangping
2020, 3(2): 384-387. doi: 10.19857/j.cnki.ICL.20203212
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Why Modern Chinese Poetry? Challenges and Opportunities
Michelle Yeh
2020, 3(2): 211-222. doi: 10.19857/j.cnki.ICL.2020321
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YAO Lianbing. A Study on the Role of Henry H. H. Remak in Comparative Literature
LIU Yunhua
2018, 1(3): 496-499.
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Taking Confucian Religiousness On Its Own Terms
Roger T. AMES
2018, 1(1): 17-31.
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Material Evidence Priority: Quadruple Evidence Method and the “Jade-Making China Trilogy”
YE Shuxian
2020, 3(3): 415-437. doi: 10.19857/j.cnki.ICL.20203301
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