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The Impossibility of Perfection(Lecture27)  
Huang Kewu:The Public Image and Private Emotion of Hu Shi(Lecture 2)  
Du Weiyun:The Connection and Difference in Chinese-Western historiography(Lecture 3)  
Alain-Marc Rieu:Some Issues Concerning the Contemporary Studies of Epistemology: Managing Knowledge and Governing Society(Lecture6)  
Tang Junyi’s Interpretation of Contemporary Neo Confucianism : the Giant in the Universe within the Spirit of Humanity(Lecture7)  
The Theories, Methods and Research of the Popular Cultural History(Lecture10)  
Confucianism’s Responses to Liberalism(Lecture14)  
Some Cases in the Study of Chronology(Lecture15)  
The Inherent Tension of the Enlightenment(Lecture16)  
What Kind of the Philosophy of History is needed in Our Time?——The Perspective of the Change of Contemporary Western Historical Conception(Lecture19)  
Historical Investigation on Consumerism and Consumer Culture in Contemporary China(Lecture20)  
Nancy Frase:The Controversyabout subject of justice: Citizen, Mankind or risky Transnational Community?(Lecture21)  
The reflection on the sixty-year course of Chinese Diplomacy(Lecture22)  
Wang Jiafan:The First Man who Mastered the Meaning of The New History(Lecture 1)  
From the election to observe democracy: the development of parliamentary politics in the period ofLate Qing and Early Republic of China(Lecture25)  
James T. Schleifer:The Interpretation of Tocqueville: Democracy in America(Lecture43)  
Liang Shu-ming and Esoteric Buddhism(Lecture28)  
Jerry Schmidt:Bridges in Brighton: Guo Song-tao, Li Shu-chang and the British friends(Lecture29)  
Jerry Gill:How is Religious Knowledge Possible?(Lecture30)  
Poshek Fu: Love and be loved---The Opium War of Movies in Enemy-occupied Area(Lecture31)  
Rethinking the diplomacy of Beiyang Government(Lecture32)  
Timothy Williamson:On Knowing How(Lecture34)  
Walter Gulick:The Social Thought of Karl Polanyi and Michael Polanyi(Lecture35)  
Phil Mullins:Spontaneous Order: From Gestalt Psychology to Polanyi and then to Hayek(Lecture36)  
Susan Haack:Just Say “No” to Logical Negativism(Lecture39)  
H. Otto Sibum:Gestural Knowledge and the Scientific Revolution of the Early Victorian Age in 19th Century(Lecture40)  
Semiology and Liberal Studies(Lecture41)  
Ryan Bishop:The Funeral of Hunter: Pointing to Sensorium(Lecture42)  
The reflection on the sixty-year course of Chinese Diplomacy(Lecture23)  
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