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The I Ching or Book of Changes (1991)

by Richard Wilhelm, Richard Wilhelm

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The I Ching, or Book of Changes, a common source for both Confucianist and Taoist philosophy, is one of the first efforts of the human mind to place itself within the universe. It has exerted a living influence in China for 3,000 years, and interest in it has been rapidly spreading in the West.… (more)
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Haven't read all of this, only the parts as required ( )
  GirlMeetsTractor | Mar 22, 2020 |
De acordo com a antiga tradição oriental, são "agentes espirituais" que, agindo de maneira misteriosa, fazem com que os pauzinhos do I Ching dêem respostas significativas. Tal poder forma a alma do Livro das Mutações. Se um punhado de fósforos é jogado no chão, eles formam o padrão característico daquele momento. Obviamente não é um procedimento que apele a uma mente crítica moderna acostumada à verificação experimental de fatos ou evidências factuais. A mente chinesa antiga contemplava o cosmos de uma maneira comparável à do físico pós-moderno, cujo modelo do mundo é uma estrutura psíquico-física. Os 64 hexagramas do I Ching são o instrumento pelo qual o significado de 64 situações diferentes, porém típicas, pode ser determinado. Essas interpretações são equivalentes a explicações causais. O critério de validade do observador é sua conclusão de que o texto do hexagrama equivale a uma representação verdadeira de sua condição psíquica. Para quem vê o mundo do ponto de vista da China antiga, o I Ching pode ter alguma atração. Mas é claro que as teorias de Jung dificilmente adentrariam a proverbial mente chinesa. ( )
  jgcorrea | Dec 29, 2018 |
Leyéndolo permanentemente desde 1980. ( )
  polneiman | Jan 26, 2017 |
Leyéndolo permanentemente desde 1980. ( )
  polneiman | Jan 26, 2017 |
This is the book I would like with me on a desert island. ( )
  questbird | Aug 30, 2014 |
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De Yijing (I-tjing) is een oud Chinees orakelboek opgebouwd rond 64 figuren gevormd door hele en onderbroken strepen, die samen alle mogelijke situaties in hun ontwikkelingstendens representeren. Rond deze zgn. hexagrammen hebben zich van de 10e tot de 4e eeuw v.Chr. talrijke, meestal duistere, commentaren verzameld. Deze uitgave is de ongewijzigde druk van de Nederlandse hervertaling door A. Hochberh-van Wallinga (1953) van de Duitse vertaling door Richard Wilhelm, oorspronkelijk verschenen in 1923. Wilhelm doet in zijn bewerking geen poging de verschillende historische lagen te onderscheiden, maar biedt het werk aan als één bron van wijsheid. Zijn vertaling en zijn uitvoerige toelichting dragen sterk het stempel van zijn tijd, maar zijn indrukwekkende prestatie is nog steeds niet verbeterd. De Nederlandse hervertaling bevat ook een vertaling van het voorwoord door C.C. Jung geschreven voor de Engelse hervertaling (1950).
(Biblion recensie, Dr. W.L. Idema.)

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There are many different translations of the I Ching, most of which are radically different from one another. Avoid combining them into one work unless you are certain they are substantially the same. Here is an excellent summary of the different editions: http://www.biroco.com/yijing/survey.h...
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