Journal of Academic Libraries ›› 2014, Vol. 32 ›› Issue (6): 113-119.
• Orginal Article •
The article discusses the impact of academic books on Jiangsu private countermark books and discusses the characteristics of academic rheological effect of engraved books from three periods. Firstly, Ming Neo Confucianism became the official academic, then the rise of Yangming breaks the shackles of neo-Confucianism and finally, the literature on the restoration movement in late Ming Dynasty to the school of Wang Xue reactionary brought the rise of knowledge.
Guiping Wang. The Discussion on the Relationship between Academic Rheology of Ming Dynasty and the Engraved Books of Private Bibliophiles in Jiangsu Province[J].Journal of Academic Libraries, 2014, 32(6): 113-119.
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