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This chapter presents a glossary of important terms that occur in the book Signposts of Self-Realization. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order with Chinese translation. The book discusses that in studying how the idea "evolution" figured critically in China's modernity, the author observes that Yan Fu adroitly (mis)translated contentious ideas about social evolution by Huxley and Spencer by way of paraphrase and interlocution.

Keywords: China's modernity; Chinese translation; Huxley; Spencer; Yan Fu

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