Ren Jiantao is Professor of Politics, School of International Studies at Renmin University of China. Dr. Ren’s primary research interests include political philosophy and moral philosophy, political and administrative culture in ancient China, administrative ethics.
- Ren, Jiantao. “Chinese traditional studies: a reflection of the times.” Contemporary Chinese Thought. 4 (Sum 1998): 73-86.
- Ren, Jiantao. “A sense of awe: on the differences between Confucian thought and Christianity.” Trans. Lambert, Andrew. Frontiers of Philosophy in China.1 (2010): 111-133.
Collections and Book Chapters
- Ren, Jiantao. “Ideology: its role in reform and opening.” China tomorrow: domestic politics, economy, and society. Fewsmith, Joseph. Lanham, Md.; Plymouth, England: Rowman & Littlefield, 2010.181-190.
Translations on Web Sources
- Ren, Jiantao. “Design of The Modern State: from Machiavelli to Hobbes to Locke.” Public Lecture at Beijing Normal University. 9 Nov 2011. Web.
- Ren, Jiantao. “China’s New Leadership: The Way Forward.” Interview at Asian Investment Conference 2013. Credit Suisse. 18 March 2013. Web.
- Column on Caogen.com (updated June 2014)
- Sohu Blog (hasn’t updated since 2009)
- collections of Chinese articles:
- Archives of articles – China Reform
- Archives of articles – 爱思想