The I Ching or Book of Changes

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Hellmut Wilhelm
Princeton University Press, Jan 2, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 808 pages
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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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Contents

Chapter III
The Great Treatise Great Commentary
On the Composition and the Use of the Book of Changes
B Detailed Discussion CHAPTER III On the Words Attached to the Hexagrams and the Lines CHAPTER IV The Deeper Implications ofthe Book of ...
Tao in Its Relation to the Light Power and to the Dark Power
Tao as Applied to the Book of Changes
The Effects ofthe Book ofChanges on
On the Use of the Appended Explanations

Tung Jn Fellowship with
Ta Yu Posession in Great Measure
Chien Modesty
Y Enthusiasm
Sui Following
Ku Work on What Has Been Spoiled Decay
Lin Approach
Kuan Contemplation View
Shih Ho Biting Through
Pi Grace
Po SplittingApart 24 Fu Return The Turning Point
Wu Wang Innocence The Unexpected
Ta Chu The Taming Power ofthe Great
IThe Corners ofthe Mouth
Ta Kuo Preponderance of the Great
Kan The Abysmal Water
LiThe Clinging Fire
PART II
Hsien Influence Wooing
HngDuration
Tun Retreat
Ta ChuangThe Power ofthe Great
Chin Progress
Ming IDarkening ofthe Light
Chia Jn The Family The Clan
Kuei Opposition
Chien Obstruction
Hsieh Deliverance
Sun Decrease
ChingThe Well
Ko Revolution Molting
Ting The Caldron
Chn The Arousing Shock Thunder
Chien Development Gradual Progress
Kuei Mei The MarryingMaiden
Sun The Gentle Penetrating Wind
Huan Dispersion Dissolution
Chung Fu Inner Truth
Hsiao Kuo Preponderance ofthe Small
Wei Chi Before Completion
Introduction
Shuo Koa Discussion of the Trigrams
On the Oracle
The Fourfold Use ofthe Book ofChanges CHAPTER XI On the Yarrow Stalks and the Hexagrams and Lines
Summary
PART II
History of Civilization
On the Structure of the Hexagrams
On the Nature of the Trigrams
Explanation of Certain Lines
On the Nature of the Book of Changes in General
The Relation of Certain Hexagrams to Character Formation
The Lines
The Lines continued
Chun Difficulty at the Beginning
Mng Youthful Folly
Hs Waiting Nourishment
SungConflict
Shih The Army
Pi Holding Together Union
Hsiao Chu The Taming Power ofthe Small
L Treading Conduct
TaiPeace
Pi Standstill Stagnation
Tung Jn Fellowship with
Ta Yu Posession in Great Measure
Chien Modesty
Y Enthusiasm
Sui Following
Ku Work on What Has Been Spoiled Decay
Lin Approach
Kuan Contemplation View
Shih Ho Biting Through
Pi Grace
Po SplittingApart 24 Fu Return The Turning Point
Wu Wang Innocence The Unexpected
Ta Chu The Taming Power ofthe Great
IIncrease
Kuai Breakthrough Resoluteness
Kou Coming to Meet
Tsui Gathering Together Massing
ShngPushing Upward
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