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eBook Chinese Poetry and Prophecy: The Written Oracle in East Asia (Asian Religions and Cultures) download ISBN: 0804743347
Author: Bernard Faure,Michel Strickmann
Publisher: Stanford University Press; 1 edition (April 13, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 248
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Category: Religious
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Focusing on oracular texts, Chinese Poetry and Prophecy examines the role of divination in Chinese culture. The reader gains a new appreciation for the role of writing in Chinese ritual and the role of divination in the lives of Chinese people. The author also conveys the puissance of Chinese religion that has moved in all directions throughout the centuries.

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Focusing on oracular texts, Chinese Poetry and Prophecy examines the role of divination in Chinese culture, particularly in religious practice. Drawing on a dazzling array of ancient and modern sources, the author establishes the oracular sequence of important but obscure works in his celebrated engaging style. The late Michel Strickmann was Professor of Chinese Religions at the University of California, Berkeley, and a world-renowned expert on Taoism and on Asian popular religion. Stanford University Press has also published his Chinese Magical Medicine (2002).

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Author: Michel Strickmann Bernard Faure. ARC: Asian religions and cultures) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN o-804 7-4334-7 (cloth : alk. paper)- ISBN o-804 7-4335-5 (pbk. : alk. paper) r. Divination-China. II. Series: Asian religions & cultures. 5S865 2oo 5 I33·3 1 248 1095I-dC22 2004023933 Typeset by TechBooks in Ioh4. 5 Sa bon and Gill Sans Original printing 2005 Last figure below indicates year of this printing: I3. I2.

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Bernard Faure (born 1948) is a Franco-American author and scholar of Asian religions, who focuses . Chinese Poetry and Prophecy by Michel Strickmann, Stanford University Press (2005)

Bernard Faure (born 1948) is a Franco-American author and scholar of Asian religions, who focuses on Chan/Zen and Japanese esoteric Buddhism. Faure has written a number of books in French and English, including: The Fluid Pantheon, University of Hawaii Press (2015). Protectors and Predators, University of Hawaii Press (2015). Chinese Poetry and Prophecy by Michel Strickmann, Stanford University Press (2005). Chan Buddhism in Ritual Context, RoutledgeCurzon (2003). Buddhist Priests, Kings, and Marginals: Studies on Medieval Japanese Buddhism," special issue of the Cahiers d’Extrême-Asie (2002-2003).

By Michel Strickmann. Stanford University Press, 2005. Chinese Poetry and Prophecy: The Written Oracle in East Asia. Article in The Journal of Asian Studies 65(01):175 - 177 · February 2006 with 5 Reads. Cite this publication.

Written in classical Chinese, they are intimately related to the written . He graduated in June 1968 with a diploma in East Asian Studies.

Written in classical Chinese, they are intimately related to the written tradition.

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Focusing on oracular texts, Chinese Poetry and Prophecy examines the role of divination in Chinese culture, particularly in religious practice. Drawing on a dazzling array of ancient and modern sources, the author establishes the oracular sequence of important but obscure works in his celebrated engaging style.This is the second posthumous work of Michel Strickmann to be to be edited by Bernard Faure for publication by Stanford University Press.