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Reflections

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 December 2020

Ruth Hayhoe
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University of Toronto, Canada. Email: hayhoe@me.com.
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Abstract

These reflections were invited by the editors of this special issue to provide a frame for analysing the significance of this set of articles on “Higher education and the state in Greater China.” They are framed around the three elements of modernity identified by Francis Fukuyama in his book The Origins of Political Order – the modern state, the rule of law and accountable government. They also highlight comparative dimensions among the three societies of Greater China.

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本特刊编辑邀请此篇反思,旨在提供一个框架来分析这期关于高等教育和大中华区国家专辑的重要性。这些论文围绕着佛朗西斯⋅福山的《政治秩序之起源》一书所甄别现代性的三个要素——现代国家、法治和问责制政府。此外,它们强调了大中华区三个社会之间可比较的层面。

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