The I Ching: Or, Book of Changes

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Cary F. Baynes, Hellmut Wilhelm
Princeton University Press, 1967 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 740 pages

The I Ching, or Book of Changes, a common source for both Confucianist and Taoist philosophy, is one of the first efforts of the human mind to place itself within the universe. It has exerted a living influence in China for 3,000 years, and interest in it has been rapidly spreading in the West.

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User Review  - xuebi - LibraryThing

An ancient Chinese manual for divination, the I-Ching (Yijing 易經) has long been the source of much interest both inside and outside of China. This version, the translation by Richard Wilhelm (the eminent German sinologist), is still one of the best around. Read full review

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User Review  - ronsea - LibraryThing

Written before WWII so references to societies - Europe and China - are interesting. This is basically a cook book but the amplifications are very interesting psychologically. A discussion of how the way applies to artists is very interesting. Read full review

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