This book studies into the complicated relationship between science and religion from the beginnings of modern psychology to the mid-1960s. Topics covered include modernism and psychology; neoscholastic psychology; Catholicism, spiritualism, and science; psychoanalysis versus the power of will; Carl Jung’s challenges and Catholic replies; institutionalization of the relationship; humanistic psychology and Catholicism; trading zones between psychology and Catholicism; crossings of the boundaries between psychology and Catholicism. This fascinating study will be of great interest to scholars and students of both psychology and religious studies but will also appeal to all of those who have an interest in the way modern science and traditional religion coexist in our ever-changing society.
《數位人文研究叢書》收錄國立臺灣大學數位人文研究中心舉辦的「數位典藏與數位人文國際研討會」中最具代表性的會議論文，本書為第六冊，囊括第五、第六届會議所選論文，分為如下四章：1. 當人文學遇到資料庫；2. 文本勘探和語料分析；3. 資料庫建置、分享和典藏；4. 視覺化敘述。為讀者呈現出數位人文在各人文研究領域和資訊技術開發中的逐步發展，希望也能引領讀者壹同開創數位人文的未來。
This book reviews the Taiping Civil War. It analyzes the foreign powers, especially key figures from the UK and the US, the reason why they intervened this civil war, and the effect on the end of it. These figures include the UK military officer who attacked the Taiping army, the US soldiers who were tempted by the high commissions, and the Western preachers who embraced the ideal to save the world. The impact from Zeng Guofan and his Xiang army is comparatively weakened to the orthodox view in Chinese history. Platt thinks that foreign powers and Zeng intervened this civil war because they believed it was more beneficial if China was under the reign of the Qing dynasty, though it turned out they did not obtain the preconceived benefits after the civil war.