潘光旦英文文集
A collection of Pan Guangdan's English Essays

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    潘光旦
    潘光旦

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    潘光旦

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    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

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    英文

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清华百年史上四大哲人之一潘光旦英文文集。

The English essays of Pan Guangdan, one of the four greatest philosophers in Tsing-hua University in a century.

《潘光旦英文文集》是社会学家、优生学家、民族学家潘光旦先生在1923—1945年间撰写的英文论文和随笔,主要是用现代科学知识对中国社会改良问题进行阐释,因此今天读来依然不显过时。有些论述非常具有前瞻性,如他提出的中国优生学问题,这是文明世界的共同问题,基本上是将中国放在世界大格局中进行讨论的。该著作对儒家思想一再关注但并未解决的问题如性善、平等、环境与遗传等,从现代社会学的观点进行了讨论,对今天仍有意义。本书所收为最能体现潘光旦先生主要学术观点与社会洞见的文章,以期给后世学人以启发。

This anthology included English essays of Pan Guangdan in 1923-1945. Some of his most influential works include The Eugenic Question in China (中国之优生问题)and Chinese Family Problems (中国之家庭问题)(1928). In these works, Pan promoted the family structure over individualism, which he believed, along with traditional marriage, to be most effective in racial improvement through biological inheritance. These ideas are inspiring to modern people till today.

乐和彩登录潘光旦先生是中国近代著名的社会学家、优生学家,他引入了西方优生学研究的理论和方法,研究中国的现实问题,并建立了一套指导人与社会持久位育的新人文思想。此外,他还是贡献卓著的民族学家、谱牒学家、性心理学家、教育家,著有《冯小青》、《中国家庭之问题》、《画家的分布、移植与遗传》、《中国伶人血缘之研究》、《明清两代嘉兴之望族》、《家谱学》、《优生概论》、《人文史观》、《民族特性与民族卫生》、《优生与挑战》、《自由之路》、《政学罪言》、《优生原理》、《苏南土地改革访问记》等,另译有《性心理学》等。

乐和彩登录Pan Guangdan (1898–1967) known in English as Quentin Pan, was one of the most distinguished sociologists and eugenicists of China. Educated at Tsinghua University on a Boxer Indemnity Scholarship, Dartmouth College and Columbia University, he was also a renowned expert on education. His wide research scope included eugenics, education policy, matrimony policy, familial problems, prostitute policy, and intellectual distributions. Pan's wide-ranging intellect led to his active participation in the Crescent Moon Society.

 Now, if elimination of numbers will never cease to be an "absolute necessity," it simply behooves us to see to it that it shall in no way vitiate the nation's strength by draining offits best blood lines, as it actually does today in America and elsewhere. A nation that adopts a rational and selective policy of population limitation insures for itself a better chance to survive another which lets blind customs and convention do the work. Birth control in the West has not up to this moment assumed the form of a well-worked out policy People who are using or abusing it are simply victims of a newly established convention, just as abortionisrs are victims of an age-long custom.Oflate years, however, the movement has come to enlist the interest and effort of more enlightened people such as Pearl, East, and Carr-Saunders, who are trained biologists and not sentimental obstetricians or spinscer feminists, and it promises to be guided by principles backed less by a warm heart, but more by a clear head.

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  • 导言

  • Eugenics and China: A Preliminary Survey of the Background

  • Evaluation of Chinese Student Fraternities in America

  • 乐和彩登录Socio-biological Implications of Confucianism

  • 乐和彩登录An Anthropological View on China's Troubles

  • Why Christianity Fails in China

  • China and Birth Control

  • The Problem of the Cultural Hybrid

  • Browbeating Prostitution?

  • 乐和彩登录Familism and the Optimum Family

  • 乐和彩登录The Meaning of a National Examination System

  • 乐和彩登录Glimpses into the Universities

  • 乐和彩登录Notes on Modern Marriage

  • 乐和彩登录Chinese Colonization in Manchuria

  • The Third Session of the Institute of Pacific Relations

  • 乐和彩登录Selection and Athletic Prowess

  • 乐和彩登录Bon Voyage to Chekiang Refugees

  • 乐和彩登录Patrilineage and the Surname in the New Civil Code

  • Consanguineous Marriage and the Law

  • 乐和彩登录Genealogy in China: A Neglected Phase of Historical Study

  • The Late Mr. Yuan Hsi-tao

  • 乐和彩登录Whither China's Womanhood?

  • 乐和彩登录Japan's Rape on Civilization

  • 乐和彩登录Since Darwin's Death

  • Japan's Southward Policy

  • Bankruptcy of Higher Education

  • 乐和彩登录From Lausanne to Lousan

  • Some Vital Statistics from Kuala Lumpur

  • 乐和彩登录Manchuria as China's "Life Line"

  • 乐和彩登录Havelock Ellis as a Humanist

  • Construction for Rehabilitation

  • Ma Chun-wu (马君武)

  • 乐和彩登录Educational Facilities at Home

  • Birth Control and Oversea Chinese

  • Eugenics and Birth Regulation

  • 乐和彩登录The Chinese as Believers

  • The Mongol in Our Midst

  • Race and National Solidarity

  • Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio
    (《聊斋志异》)

  • The Character of Races

  • Race or Nation

  • 乐和彩登录Environment and Race

  • Population Standing Room Only?

  • Problems of the Pacific: Proceedings of the Second Conference of the Institute of Pacific Relations

  • Family Disorganization The Family in the Making

  • 乐和彩登录Chinese Coolie Emigration to Countries within the British Empire

  • The Evolution of World-Peace

  • Man: An Indictment

  • Eugenics and Politics

  • 乐和彩登录Resident Orientals on the American Pacific Coast Oriental Exclusion

  • 乐和彩登录Notes on Democracy

  • 乐和彩登录The New Testament Today

  • Man Rises to Parnassus

  • 乐和彩登录Some Phases of Popular Control of Education in the United States

  • A Thousand Years of the Tartars

  • Social Differentiation

  • China: A Nation in Evolution

  • The Soul of China

  • Buried Treasures of Chinese Turkestan

  • Factory Workers in Tangku

  • The Family in Classical China

  • 乐和彩登录Whither Mankind: A Panorama of Modern Civilization

  • The Formation of the Chinese People

  • Humanity and Labour in China: An Industrial Visit and Its Sequel (1923–26)

  • Heredity and Human Affairs

  • Weighed in China's Balance: An Attempt at Explanation

  • 乐和彩登录Chinese Ghouls and Goblins

  • American Marriage and Family Relationships Domestic Discord

  • An Introduction to the Study of Society

  • Sir Edmund Hornby: An Autobiography

  • The Ghetto

  • A History of Christian Missions in China

  • The Spirit of Chinese Poetry: An Original Essay

  • 乐和彩登录Woman and Society

  • Slaves of the Gods

  • Mongolia and Western China

  • The Way the World Is Going

  • 乐和彩登录Anthropology and Modern Life

  • Born That Way

  • North Manchuria and the Chinese Eastern Railway

  • Travels and Settlements of Early Man: A Study of the Origins of Human Progress

  • Men and Machines

  • 乐和彩登录A Short History of New Zealand

  • 乐和彩登录Race Attitudes in Children

  • 乐和彩登录Farm and Factory in China The Labor Movement in China

  • China and Japan in Our Museums

  • 乐和彩登录The Kaiming First, Second, and Third English Books

  • 乐和彩登录The Peopling of Australia

  • 乐和彩登录Community Hygiene

  • 乐和彩登录The Modern Family

  • 乐和彩登录The Well of Loneliness

  • 乐和彩登录War as an Instrument of National Policy and Its Renunciation in the Pact of Paris

  • The Child in America: Behavior Problems and Programs

  • The Pacific Area: An International Survey

  • Marriage and Morals

  • China Christian Year Book (1930)

  • San Kuo, or Romance of the Three Kingdoms

  • Race and Population Problems

  • The Chinese Revolution: A Phase in the Regeneration of a World Power

  • 乐和彩登录Political Handbook of the World: Parliaments, Parties, and Press as of January 1, 1930

  • 乐和彩登录A History of the Far East in Modern Times

  • Man and Woman: A Study of Secondary and Tertiary Sexual Characters

  • The Companionate Marriage

  • Studies in Australian Affairs

  • The Most Ancient East: The Oriental Prelude to European Prehistory

  • Glimpses into the Problems of China: A Series of Letters by a Chinese Contributor to the Foreign Press of Shanghai

  • 乐和彩登录Our Face from Fish to Man: A Portrait Gallery of Our Ancient Ancestors and Kinsfolk together with a Concise History of Our Best Features

  • The Influence of Communications Internal and External upon the Economic Future of China

  • 乐和彩登录Your Family Tree

  • The Ethical and Political Works of Motse

  • Motor Highways in China

  • 乐和彩登录New Zealand Affairs

  • Women in the Modern World

  • Letters of a Chinese Amazon and WarTime Essays

  • 乐和彩登录The American Negro

  • 乐和彩登录The Li Sao—An Elegy on Encountering Sorrows

  • 乐和彩登录History of Chinese Political Thought

  • Before and after Prohibition

  • Heredity in Man

  • Birth Control on Trial

  • The Chinese Opium Question in British Opinion and Action

  • Personality and the Social Group

  • 乐和彩登录Statistical Record of Government Works

  • 乐和彩登录China: The Collapse of a Civilization

  • 乐和彩登录Seventy Birth Control Clinics

  • The Mischief-Working Metric System

  • 乐和彩登录The Modern Attitude to the Sex Problem

  • Enriching the Curriculum for Gifted Children

  • The Second Twenty Years at Hull-House

  • Sterilization for Human Betterment

  • Instinct and Intelligence

  • Humanist Religion

  • The Challenge of the Aged

  • Twenty-Four Views of Marriage

  • The Quest for Social Justice, 1898–1914

  • Population

  • Taming the Criminal: Adventures in Penology

  • Who's Who in China (Biographies of Chinese), Fourth Edition

  • 乐和彩登录In the Chinese Customs Service

  • About Zionism

  • 乐和彩登录Creation by Evolution

  • China in 1930

  • A Preface to Morals

  • Filipino Immigration to Continental United States and to Hawaii

  • The Challenge of Russia

  • The Biological Basis of Human Nature

  • Newspaper Directory of China

  • China Christian Year Book (1931)

  • 乐和彩登录Problems of the Family

  • 乐和彩登录Since Calvary

  • What Dare I Think?

  • Reports of National Quarantine Service, 1931

  • Darwinism and What It Implies

  • 乐和彩登录China's Own Critics: A Selection of Essays by Hu Shih and Lin Yutang

  • 乐和彩登录Societal Evolution

  • On Being Creative, and Other Essays

  • 乐和彩登录The Critique of Humanism

  • Human Heredity

  • The Scientific Outlook

  • 乐和彩登录Brave New World

  • Living Authors: A Book of Biographies

  • 乐和彩登录Genealogy as Pastime and Profession

  • The Physical Basis of Personality

  • 乐和彩登录Chicago Families

  • History of Chinese Medicine

  • Human Biology and Racial Welfare

  • A Preliminary Classification of Asiatic Races Based on Cranial Measurements

  • Interests of Chinese Students

  • The Negro Family in Chicago

  • The Scientific Basis of Evolution

  • William Bateson

  • 乐和彩登录China, the Pity of It

  • The Psychology of Clothes

  • The Shun Pao Year Book

  • 乐和彩登录The Care of the Aged

  • The Mind of China

  • Who's Who in China (Biographies of Chinese), Supplement to the Fourth Edition

  • The Problem of Genius

  • 乐和彩登录How Chinese Families Live in Peiping

  • 乐和彩登录Vice in Chicago

  • The Science of Human Reproduction

  • 乐和彩登录Ores and Industry in the Far East

  • 乐和彩登录Sexual Life in Ancient Greece

  • Chinese Ethical Ideals

  • Woman in Soviet Russia

  • 作者相应中英文著作对照表

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