The newest issue of the Journal of Social Sciences and Philosophy has just been published by the Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences. Articles in this issue (Vol. 34, No. 3) include:

1.Shiuon Chu, “The Ancient Social Spectre: Tao Xisheng and Wang Yanan’s Social Scientific Critique of Bureaucracy”
2.Chien-yuen Chen, “Daniel Defoe’s Critique of the Divine Right of Kings: A Perspective on the Reception and Interpretation of John Locke’s Two Treatises in Early Eighteenth-Century English Thought”
3.Cheng-heng Lu, “Shipwrecks of the Taiwan Strait under the Perspective of Maritime Environmental History: The Case Study of Qing’s Rotating Soldiers and Navy”
4.Lok-yin Law, “Reordering Maritime Order in the Early Qing Period: Chosŏn Intellectuals’ Perspectives and Responses”
5.Wing-sheung Cheng, “The Emperor of Vietnam Minh-Mang’s Dream of a Powerful Maritime Country: Focusing on Shipbuilding and Overseas Business, 1820-1840”
6.Oiyan Liu, “Mixed Bloods in a Plural Society: Recovering the Place of Hybridized ‘Chinese’ in Indonesia’s Port Communities”

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Journal of Social Sciences and Philosophy (Vol. 34, No. 3) has been published