Jing Shen: A Translation of the Huainanzi Chapter 7

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Jing Shen is the title of the seventh chapter of the
Huainanzi, a major Daoist text of the early Chinese
Han dynasty. Until recently it has remained relatively
unrecognized and only partially translated. Long
dismissed as merely a reiteration of earlier writings, its
importance as a work in its own right and its role in
Chinese intellectual history is only now beginning to be
appreciated. Chapter 7, Jing Shen – vital or embodied
spirit – examines the origins of life and the integral place
of human beings within the cosmos. As a contemporary
text to the Huangdi Neijing, The Yellow Emperor’s
Inner Classic, it is of interest to practitioners of Chinese
medicine as well as to the more general reader. This is a
group translation, made under the aegis of Claude Larre
and Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée.
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Author Claud Larre & Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee
Publication Date Jan 1, 1970
Publisher Monkey Press
Number of Pages 136
Book Format Softback
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