Volume 9, Issue 2, Winter 1995

ISSN: 0891-4486 (Print) 1573-3416 (Online)

In this issue (7 articles)

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    EditorialNotes

    Editors’ note

    Page 177
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    I. Three Variations of the Enlightenment and Its Discontents

    History and irrationality: Postmodernism—East and West

    Dmitri Shlapentokh Pages 179-195
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    I. Three Variations of the Enlightenment and Its Discontents

    Without morals or mores: Deviance in postmodern social theory

    Stanford M. Lyman Pages 197-236
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    I. Three Variations of the Enlightenment and Its Discontents

    Foreshadowings of postmodernism: Counter-cultures of the apocalypse

    Franco Ferrarotti Pages 237-261
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    II. Two Studies: State, Religion and Bureaucracy in Ancient China and Modern Greece

    Cultural taxonomy and bureaucracy in ancient China: The book of Lord Shang

    Don Handelman Pages 263-293
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    II. Two Studies: State, Religion and Bureaucracy in Ancient China and Modern Greece

    Greek Orthodoxy and the politics of nationalism

    Vassiliki Georgiadou Pages 295-315
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    III. American Historiographies of Race and Work

    The importance of race in American labor history

    Herbert Hill Pages 317-343