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E-TU Zen Sun

single-albeit collective-work, there is one major omission that should be men- tioned, that of materials on technology and science both as an element of traditional 291 history and as a part of modern development. The study of the history of Chinese science and technology has grown slowly but

Andreas Buss

it could easily lead to the conception that Chinese science should be different from Indian science and both again different from Malay science, etc., - a kind of cultural solip- sism which challenges the universal validity of science. Weber and others have pointed out, however, that the conditions