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daoism and development - Queen's University

daoism and development - Queen

Daoist characteristics that can be easily detected by the trained observer. The most distinctive Daoist ritual is the jiao, ... are not missionaries, nor generally do they seek to transform the external world. Doubtless Chen Duxiu would regard them as isolationist in attitude. In all four aspects that he enumerates, it is easy to see how Daoism can easily be classified in the negative of the ...

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daoism and development - Duke University

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Daoist characteristics that can be easily detected by the trained observer. The most dis- ... They are not missionaries, nor generally do they seek to transform the external world. Doubtless Chen Duxiu would regard them as isolationist in attitude. In all four aspects that he enumerates, it is easy to see how Daoism can easily be classified in the negative of the binary pairs. From Chen’s ...

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Daoism: China’s Native Religion

Daoism: China’s Native Religion

indigenous – or home-made – religion that was not imported by missionaries from other countries: The native religion of China is Daoism.1 For more than two thousand years the philosophical tradition of Daoism, its visions of the beyond, its cosmology and its principles of ethic have contributed to the evolu - tion of Chinese culture. Daoism is discussed here from the perspective of com ...

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Adeline Herrou, La Vie entre soi. Les moines taoïstes ...

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Adeline Herrou, La Vie entre soi.Les moines taoïstes aujourd’hui en Chine Nanterre, Société d’ethnologie, 2005, 520 p. David Palmer NOTE DE L’ÉDITEUR Translated from the French original by Philip Liddell and David Palmer

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Louis Komjathy. Daoism : A Guide for the Perplexed ...

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Daoist, but rather part of general Chinese culture (p. 198). He concludes on the same page by rightly noting that the White Cloud temple in Beijing is the most perfect example of Daoist spatial arrangement. Komjathy s final chapter, "Modernity," is a continuation of the themes he introduced in his first one, mainly that Daoism is now a "world religion" (his quotes) that is spreading its ...

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Dreams, Visions and a Taoist-Christian ‘Saint’ in the ...

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The missionaries possessed, as well as the Chinese, a theory on the matter. Christianity had inherited its oneirology from Antiquity, structured upon the dichotomy whereby dreams were either false (inspired by the demon) or true (inspired by God). Nevertheless, there remained a general distrust towards dreams, whose interpretation was often difficult, and sometimes impenetrable. In the twelfth ...

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Jesuit Missionaries and the Transmission of Christianity ...

Jesuit Missionaries and the Transmission of Christianity ...

Jesuit missionaries in late imperial China took great effort toward achieving their goals in the foreign country. A focus on the accommodation policy of the Jesuits does not provide a full picture of late imperial missionary work. By the early Qing period, accommodation no longer produced the effect it once had under the late Ming. The political and social circumstances at the time of the ...

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The Exemplar of Filial Piety and the End of the Ape-Men ...

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Taoist missionaries. Of course, the point of Strickmann's brief article was to put forward an hypothesis. To actually demonstrate the tex- tual and liturgical connections between Tianxin zhengfa and contem-porary texts is a task which remains to be done. Particularly interesting, from a sinological point of view, was the way in which the Yao, with their close-knit social structure born of ...

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Keywords: Daoist culture, Daoism, missionaries, China studies . 基督教文化学刊 100 第31 辑· 2014 春 一、引言 继明清之际的耶稣会士对中国道教进行初步的研究后,新教传 教士在关注中国儒家思想与佛教的同时,也开启了对道家思想与道 教的研究,西方传教士对中国道教文化的体认走过一段漫长的过 程。早期来 ...

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Ethnic and Religious Processes in Western Mongolia (Based ...

Ethnic and Religious Processes in Western Mongolia (Based ...

missionaries have been activated (Klyashtorniy, 2006; Litvinskiy, 1997, Nikitin, 1984; Sukhbatar, 1978; Dashkovskiy, 2011). Since the period of the late Middle Ages the position of Islam in the region became stronger, although the Islamic infiltration in the region have been noted in the previous period (Nurtazina, 2000; Yarkov, 2010). The modern period in the history of Mongolia is marked ...

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