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 (sī-nŏl′ə-jē, sĭ-)
The study of Chinese language, literature, or civilization.

Si′no·log′i·cal (sī′nə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl, sĭn′ə-) adj.
Si·nol′o·gist n.
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This book promised more than a tedious Sinological study--it would be a tale of adventure and discovery
Editor's note: This matter is of course well known in the Sinological literature.
The Study on English Translations of the Analects in Sinological Vision).
This edited volume provides a roughly chronological historical survey of Sinological studies in the Netherlands that eschews an emphasis on the most bibliographically influential studies in favor of an approach that aims to place the teaching and research of the broad range of those studying China in the political and cultural context of their times, although key figures are certainly given attention.
72) In short, China's military modernization needs to be carefully situated in a study of Sinological strategic culture in all its indigenous complexity--ranging from the cultural realism of Alastair Iain Johnston through the cultural exceptionalism of Yuan-Kang Wang to Mikael Weissmann's "mystery of the East Asian peace.
It's not as if KK hadn't goosed such sinological referents, or the "site" where actual ceaseless labor produces the goods for perfor-matively "working it," by appearing to keep things exactly as they already would be: She had the rooms for her phantasmagoria hung with Orientalist wallpaper.
The Sinological landscape is littered with wrong predictions of the CPC's inevitable demise.
Cultural Restoration versus Cultural Revolution, The Documentation and Research Centre for Modern China, Sinological Institute, Leiden University.
Such a provocative horizon requires that we take seriously the possibility that much, if not most, of what has passed as commentary and guiding interpretation of these texts, may have been based on foundations that have finally been washed away by new excavated materials and findings in sinological archaeology.
The first three volumes are to contain articles and texts that discuss Chinese Christologies from the Tang dynasty to the present from the Sinological, mission-historical, theological, and art historical perspectives.
Legge was a Protestant missionary who pursued sinological studies, while as "le Legge francais," (3) Seraphin Couvreur, who translated and published Les Quatre Livres, was a Catholic missionary.