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Chinese Poetry and Prophecy: The Written Oracle in East Asia

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 Chinese Poetry and Prophecy: The Written Oracle in East Asia

By Michel Strickmann, edited by Bernard Faure

Stanford University Press, 2005

Book description:

This book argues that the most profound and far-reaching effects of Buddhism on Chinese culture occurred at the level of practice, specifically in religious rituals designed to cure people of disease, demonic possession, and bad luck. This practice would leave its most lasting imprint on the liturgical tradition of Taoism. In focusing on religious practice, the book provides a corrective to traditional studies of Chinese religion, which overemphasize metaphysics and spirituality.

Contents:

List of Illustrations  ix

Forward  xi

Introduction  xx

1. Ritual and Randomization  1

2. Chinese Oracles In Partibus  7

3. Termina Technica  30

4. Modern Studies, Editions, and Translations  34

5. New Evidence: A Clutch of Taoist Oracles  47

6. New Evidence: The Oldest Buddhist Sequence  57

7. La Trahison Des Cléromanes: Divination in a Buddhist Setting  76

8. Writing and Chinese Ritual  87

9. Visions of Diffusion:Central Asiaand the West  98

Notes  145

Bibliography  185

Index  209

 

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