Book ID: CBB000201949

Chinese Magical Medicine (2002)

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Strickmann, Michel (Author)
Faure, Bernard (Editor)


Stanford University Press


Publication Date: 2002
Edition Details: Edited by Bernard Faure
Physical Details: xii + 418 pp., illus., bibl., index
Language: English

Description “By concentrating on the medieval development of Chinese therapeutic ritual, the author discovers the origins of many surviving rituals across the social and doctrinal frontiers of Buddhism and Taoism, including transmission to persons outside the Buddhist or Taoist fold.” (from publisher's web page)


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Review Sivin, Nathan (2007) Review of "Chinese Magical Medicine". East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine (p. 143). unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Salguero, C. Pierce
Barnes, Linda L.
Hsu, Elisabeth
Han, Jishao
Lo, Vivienne
Hinrichs, T. J.
Journals
Asian Medicine: Tradition and Modernity
Ziran Kexueshi Yanjiu (Studies in the History of Natural Sciences)
East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine
Chinese Journal for the History of Science and Technology
Lishi yuyan yanjiuso jikan (Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica)
Gesnerus
Publishers
Routledge
Oxford University Press
Belknap Press of Harvard University Press
University of Pennsylvania Press
Johns Hopkins University
University of Pennsylvania
Concepts
East Asia, civilization and culture
Medicine and religion
Medicine
Buddhism
Medicine, Chinese traditional
Taoism
People
Zhu, Zhenheng
Places
China
Tibet
Japan
Mongolia
Times
Medieval
Tang dynasty (China, 618-907)
Song Dynasty (China, 960-1279)
Ancient
Han dynasty (China, 202 B.C.-220 A.D.)
Jin Dynasty (China, 265-420)
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