Lei Haizong (1902 ~ 1962), word timberland, Hebei province Yongqing county. The famous historian. The former Wuhan University, Tsinghua University, Professor of history at the Nankai University. Ed the "general history of China" "western history" "Chinese culture and Chinese soldiers," "ancient history of the world exchanges lecture" etc..
"Western cultural history" is the five part, briefly introduces the history of western culture, including western culture the brewing time -- the dark age, the first period of the feudal era of western culture, western culture of second
-- the old system in the era of western culture, third of the era, and discusses the political and the dark ages society, feudal politics and society, capitalism and the rise of the Protestant Ethic problems. "Outline of the history of Western civilization is the author in twentieth Century thirty in the course outline, regardless of its overall structure, and analyzes the concrete problems, still has very important academic value.
Lei Haizong (1902 - 1962), Hebei Yongqing people, is the famous Chinese and foreign people, the main founders of the discipline of world history in china. Graduated from Tsinghua University, after studying in the United States, Ph.D., University of Chicago. After returning home, has been engaged in history teaching and research at the Centre College, Tsinghua University, Southwest Associated University and Nankai University, to have encyclopedic knowledge, historical self through ancient and modern famous system, manufacturers "Encyclopedia of China. The foreign history" volume dedicated entry. Author of "general history of China", "selected readings of Chinese culture and Chinese soldiers", "Western cultural history" etc..
"The demise of outline" in western history of cultural introduction
in the first chapter the background of Rome Empire (376-476) political and social
second chapter dark ages (476-911)
third chapter dark age of religion and the Church of
fourth chapter dark ages and
second series of western culture the first period of the feudal era (911-1517) - feudal period (911-1321) political and social
fifth chapter of the feudal era (911-1321)
sixth chapter feudal social and economic
seventh chapters to feudal society development - Crusader
eighth chapter feudal country progress - France (987-1328)
ninth chapter feudal state in England (1066-1327) --
tenth chapter church and religious belief.
eleventh chapter Shinto school and College Philosophy
twelfth chapter science and superstition.
thirteenth chapter education and college rise
fourteenth chapter of the feudal era literature
fifteenth chapter feudal culture of Dante
third series of western culture the first period of the feudal era: the late feudal, feudal culture rupture
sixteenth chapter political unification, the overthrow of
seventeenth chapter declining feudal aristocracy and monarchy countries rise of the hundred years war.
eighteenth chapter geographical discovery motion
nineteenth Chapter 4 religious and philosophical
twentieth chapter Renaissance in Italy - General and political
twenty-first chapters except Italy Renaissance humanism and the new literature
twenty-second chapter Italy Renaissance broadcasting - Germany, Britain,
fourth series of western culture second -- old regime (1517-1815)
twenty-third chapter Reformation -- the German
twenty-fourth chapter Reformation -- the French and Swiss
twenty-fifth chapter Reformation -- the ethics of British
twenty-sixth chapter Catholicism modified
twenty-seventh chapter capitalism and the rise of the new teaching view
twenty-eighth chapter monarch autocracy and the rise of
twenty-ninth chapter at the beginning of the new science and
thirtieth chapter new philosophy at the beginning of the thirty-first chapter of new literature and
thirty-second chapter Renaissance reformation review (1300-1600) political and social
the thirty-third chapter of the old regime
thirty-fourth chapter of rationalism and enlightened despotism.
thirty-fifth chapter in old regime on the philosophy of
thirty-sixth chapter old system in the era of science
thirty-seventh chapter the old system in the era of literature
thirty-eighth chapter in old regime of art
thirty-ninth chapter in old regime at the end of
fifth series of western culture. Third period -- European Civilization (1815)
fortieth chapter bourgeois revolution and democracy
forty-first chapter industrial revolution and social revolution
forty-second chapter of nationalism, imperialists and peace cosmopolitanism
forty-third chapter of American prosperity and Western cultural center gradually shifted
forty-fourth chapter of European civilization the philosophy of
forty-fifth chapter science developed and the scientific attitude of
forty-sixth chapter European civilization era of religious
forty-seventh chapter of science and philosophy of life
forty-eighth chapter of social science and social ideal
forty-ninth chapter European civilization era of literature
fiftieth chapter European civilization of art
fifty-first chapter of western culture the new situation and new trend
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"Outline of the history of Western civilization is the author in twentieth Century thirty in the course outline, regardless of its overall structure, and analyzes the concrete problems, still has very important academic value.
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