The Oldest Book of the Chinese, the Yh-King, and Its Authors

The Oldest Book of the Chinese, the Yh-King, and Its Authors

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...tsung lioh shwoh 3 sections. King she ha kia j 12 sections. Various extracts (from) SAe, Mong and Liang Kin % % jj each 2 sections. Altogether 13 schools and 294 sections. In the chapter on divination of the "Catalogue" of Liu 1 Probably Tou Tng, wbo died B.C. 131. See on this officer, Mayer's Manual, part i. n. 678. 2 From 57 to 9 B.c. As there is no other indication, we must take the cyclical characters as indicating the nearest period from the author's compilation--perhaps that Ku Wu Tze is to be translated The Old Five Masters. The statement is very important for the history of the Yh commentaries, even when a different view is maintained, as in Jj fj gcj, K. 192, f. 19. 3 Or Liu Ngan, who died B.C. 122. See Mayer's Manual, part i. n. 412. 4 On King Fang, philosopher and astronomer, of the first century B.c, see Mayer's C.B.M. part i. n. 270. In the list of 1690 works given as references by the compilers of the Cyclopedia Tai-Ping Yii Lan, eight works connected with the Yh and divination are by or on King Fang. Hiang and Liu Yn, there are several titles of books on the Changes, as follows: --ft ft, 38 Kiuen.--$ ft Bjj, 26 K.--$ % gg ft # g, 50 K.-ft ft, 28 K.-# ft, 30 K.--- R - S K, 23 K--ft 3 ft 71 K.--ft ih A 48. At the time that the Han dynasty rose to power, the explanations of Tien So 0 %Q were still followed. Down to the dates of the Emperors Suan J (73-48 B.c.) and Yuen (48-32 B.C.), the Yh was commented on by She Ch'du % H, Mong Hi jg; % Liang Kiu in the official literary schools, and by Fei chi H, King Fang j% and Kao 'j.1 Among the people Liu-Hiang took the Imperial Ku-wen-fa 3t ex f tne Yh-King, and collated it with the editions of She, Mong and Liang Kiu; occasionally...show more

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  • Paperback | 50 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 109g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 123654790X
  • 9781236547903