The Pheasant Cap Master and the End of History: Linking Religion to Philosophy in Early China
Lulu.com, 2013 - 250 pagine
This first full English translation of the Heguanzi outlines the historical relevance of this ancient Chinese text which connects pre Qin philosophy with later religious and millenarian movements often associated with Daoism.
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