Embracing Change: Postmodern Interpretations of the I Ching from a Christian Perspective
University of Scranton Press, 1994 - 251 páginas
Divination - because it needs proper background knowledge of change to produce any reliable result - and the postmodern characteristics of change as they relate to contemporary developments in the West (such as quantum physics) are treated toward the end. But perhaps the most valuable reference for the study of the I Ching is the fresh translation of the main text, which appears at the end of this volume. The translation attempts to clarify many ambiguous passages found in other translations.
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