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A Precis of Thomas A Wilson’s Sacrifice and the Imperial Cult of Confucius

A Precis of Thomas A Wilson’s Sacrifice and the Imperial Cult of Confucius

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Thomas A. Wilson, in his paper, Sacrifice and the Imperial Cult of Confucius, (History of Religions, Vol. 41, No.3, Feb. 2002 pp. 251-287), argues a… Read more »

Shang Divination: A Theocratic Stage for Emerging Chinese Religious Thought and Practice

Shang Divination: A Theocratic Stage for Emerging Chinese Religious Thought and Practice

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The archaeological evidence of inscribed oracle bones found near Anyang in North Central China provide a written record of the religious divination practices of China’s… Read more »

Chinese Popular Religion

Chinese Popular Religion

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Stephen P. Teiser, states in his paper, Popular Religion (The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 54, No. 2, May 1995, pp. 378-395), that the elements… Read more »

A working definition of the Chinese term ‘wuwei’ (nonaction, doing nothing)

A working definition of the Chinese term ‘wuwei’ (nonaction, doing nothing)

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The teachings of Laozi says the Dao cannot be named or spoken, that it is the mother of all things, mysterious (Sources:79-80) and can only… Read more »