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Smith, T. (1942).  Our Mistress, The Law. Ethics. 53, 46–55.
Walhout, D. (1970).  Other Religions as Sacred Reminders. Religious Studies. 6,
Knox, G. (1903).  The Orthodox Philosophy of the Chinese. The American Journal of Theology. 7, 41–61.
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Coppel, C. (1981).  The Origins of Confucianism as an Organized Religion in Java, 1900-1923. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 12,
Holbrook, V. (1992).  Originality and Ottoman Poetics: In the Wilderness of the New. Journal of the American Oriental Society. 112, 440–454. Abstract
Wu-chi, L. (1953).  The Original Orphan of China. Comparative Literature. 5, 193–212.
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Munro, T. (1965).  Oriental Traditions in Aesthetics. The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism. 24, 3–6.
Kasanin, M., & Kotvich M. (1925).  Oriental Studies in Petrograd between 1918 and 1922. Bulletin of the School of Oriental StudiesUniversity of London. 3, 643–657.
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Long, F. (2010).  An Oral History from a Daoist in Shanghai. Sixth International Conference on Daoist Studies: Daoism Today: Science, Health, Ecology. Abstract
Eoyang, E. (1976).  The Oral Element in Chinese Fiction: Notes toward a Phenomenology. Journal of the Folklore Institute. 13, 125–135.
Tang, H. (2001).  Opposition and unity : - A - study of shamanistic dualism in prehistoric art. Bollettino del Centro camuno di studi preistorici. 33, 21. Abstract
Adshead, S. (1966).  The Opium Trade in Szechwan 1881 to 1911. Journal of Southeast Asian History. 7,
Scigaj, L. (1985).  The Ophiolatry of Ted Hughes. Twentieth Century Literature. 31, 380–398.
Nishitani, K. (1981).  Ontology and Utterance. Philosophy East and West. 31, 29–43.
Qiu, P. (2001).  Onitsura's makoto and the Daoist concept of the natural. Philosophy East & West. 51(2), 232. Abstract
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Fine, E. (1987).  One Point Perspective. Woman's Art Journal. 8, 2.
Jr., W. (1978).  Once again, the Authorship of the Hsi-Ching Tsa-Chi (Miscellanies of the Western Capital). Journal of the American Oriental Society. 98, 219–236. Abstract
Phillips, D. (1977).  On Wanting to Compare Wittgenstein and Zen. Philosophy. 52, 338–343.
Kristeva, J., & Kennedy E. (1975).  On the Women of China. Signs. 1, 57–81.
Henricks, R. (1995).  On the Whereabouts and Identity of the Place Called 'K'ung-sang' (Hollow Mulberry) in Early Chinese Mythology. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African StudiesUniversity of London. 58, 69–90.
Wei, Z. (2005).  On the Way to a Common Language? - Heidegger's Dialogue with a Japanese Visitor. Dao: - A - Journal of Comparative Philosophy. 4(2), 283.