The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Chinese Religions
Randall L. Nadeau
John Wiley & Sons, Mar 12, 2012 - Religion - 512 pages
Comprising the most up-to-date, interdisciplinary research on the study of Chinese religious beliefs and cultural practices, this volume explores the rich and complex religious and philosophical traditions that have developed and flourished in one of the world's oldest civilizations.
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Chinese Religion in the Shang and Zhou Dynasties
Chinese Religion from the Han to the Six Dynasties
Chinese Religion in the Sui and Tang Dynasties
Chinese Religion in the Song and Alien Dynasties
Chinese Religion in the Ming and Qing Dynasties
The Confucian Tradition in China
The Daoist Tradition in China
Asceticism 441 Stephen Eskildsen
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