Bibliography of type: book chapter

Year of Publication: 2013
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Miller, J. (2013).  Daoism and development. Handbook of Research on Development and Religion. 113.
Year of Publication: 2012
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Harris, E. L. (2012).  Han Fei on the Role of Morality in Political Philosophy. (Goldin,Paul R., Ed.).Dao Companion to the Philosophy of Han Fei.
[Anonymous] (2012).  Confucianisme et taoïsme: de l'art de régresser par progression. (Pascale Catherine Hummel, Ed.).Pathologie(s): Etudes sur l'art(ifice) d'être au monde. 233-288. Abstract
Olles, V. (2012).  The Gazetteer of Mt. Tianshe – How the Liumen Community Reshaped a Daoist Sacred Mountain. (Philip Clart, Ed.).Chinese and European Perspectives on the Study of Chinese Popular Religions (中國民間宗教、民間信仰研究之中歐視角). 229-263. Abstract
Year of Publication: 2011
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Baas, J. (2011).  Before Zen: The Nothing of American Dada. East-West Interchanges in American Art.
Chan, S. (2011).  Identifying Daoist Humour: Reading the Liezi. (Chey, Jocelyn, Milner Davis, Jessica, Ed.).Humour in Chinese Life and Letters: Classical and Traditional Approaches. 73 - 88.
Dippmann, J. (2011).  Reading the Zhuangzi in Liezi: Redefining Xianship. (Ronnie Littlejohn, Jeffrey Dippmann, Ed.).Riding the Wind with Liezi: New Perspectives on the Daoist Classic. 151-164.
Year of Publication: 2010
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Harris, E. L. (2010).  The Nature of the Virtues in Light of the Early Confucian Tradition. (Tao, Julia, Ivanhoe, Philip J., Yu, Kam-por, Ed.).Taking Confucian Ethics Seriously: Contemporary Theories and Applications. 163-182.
Kleeman, T. F. (2010).  Community and Daily Life in the Early Daoist Church.. (John Lagerwey, Lü Pengzhi, Ed.).Early Chinese Religion: Part 2, The Period of Division (220-589) . 395-436.
Rothschild, N. H. (2010).  Wu Zhao and the Queen Mother of the West.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 3, 29 - 56. Abstract
Thrall, J. H. (2010).  Learning to Listen, Listening to Learn: The Taoist Way in Ursula K. Le Guin's The Telling. (Hellekson, Karen, Jacobsen, Craig B., Sharp, Patrick B., Yaszek, Lisa, Ed.).Practicing Science Fiction: Critical Essays on Writing, Reading and Teaching the Genre. 197 - 212.
Year of Publication: 2009
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Chen, H. (2009).  The Encounter of Nestorian Christianity with Tantric Buddhism in Medieval China. (Dietmar Winkler, Tang Li, Ed.).Hidden Treasures and Intercultural Encounters: Studies on East Syriac Christianity in China and Central Asia. 195-213.
Espesset, G. (2009).  Latter Han religious mass movements and the early Daoist church. (John Lagerwey, Marc Kalinowski, Ed.).Early Chinese Religion, Part One: Shang through Han (1250 BC-220 AD). 2, 1061-1102.
Miller, J. (2009).  Religion, Nature and Modernization in China. Technology, Trust and Religion: Roles of Religions in Controversies on Ecology and the Modification of Life / Edited by Willem B. Drees. 107-122.
Parkes, G. (2009).  The Awareness of Rock: East-Asian Understandings and Implications. (Skrbina, David, Ed.).Mind That Abides: Panpsychism in the New Millennium. 325 - 340.
Year of Publication: 2008
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Chang, H. -chen J. (2008).  Arthur Waley's The Way and Its Power: Representation of 'the Other'. (Borch, Merete Falck, Knudsen, Eva Rask, Ross, Bruce Clunies, Ed.).Bodies and Voices: The Force-Field of Representation and Discourse in Colonial and Postcolonial Studies. 175 - 183.
Lee, Y. -ting, Han A. -guo, Fan H. -xia, & Byron T. K. (2008).  Daoist leadership: theory and application. Leadership and management in China: philosophies, theories, and practicesLeadership and management in China: philosophies, theories, and practices.
Overmyer, D. L. (2008).  Chinese Religious Traditions from 1900-2005: An Overview. (Louie, Kam, Ed.).The Cambridge Companion to Modern Chinese Culture. 173 - 197.
Year of Publication: 2007
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Lusthaus, D. (2007).  Zhuangzi's ethics of deconstructing moralistic self-imprisonment: standards without standards. (Wang, Youru, Ed.).Deconstruction and the Ethical in Asian Thought. 60-80.
Olles, V. (2007).  Chinese Literati and Daoist Sacred Space: A Nineteenth Century Inscription in Pujiang County (Sichuan Province). Purposes, Means and Convictions in Daoism. A Berlin Symposium (edited by Florian C. Reiter). 29, 221-230.
Kleeman, T. F. (2007).  "Daoism in the Third Century". (Reiter, Florian C., Ed.).Purposes, Means and Convictions in Daoism: A Berlin Symposium. 29, 11-28.
Year of Publication: 2006
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Bidlack, B. (2006).  Taiji Quan: Forms, Visions, and Effects. (Kohn, Livia, Ed.).Daoist Body Cultivation.
Chen, H. (2006).  The Connection between Nestorian and Buddhist Texts in Late Tang China. (Roman Malek, Ed.).The Church of the East in China and Central Asia. 93-113.
Marshall, A. R. (2006).  "Shamanism in contemporary Taiwan." . (Miller, James, Ed.).Chinese Religions in Contemporary Society. . 123-145..
Olles, V. (2006).  Die Praxis der chinesischen Religionen in der Gegenwart. Das Reich der Mitte – in Mitte: Studien Berliner Sinologen (edited by Florian C. Reiter). 27, 151-164.
Pfister, R. (2006).  The Production of Special Mental States Within the Framework of Sexual Body Techniques - As Seen in the Mawangdui Medical Corpus. (SANTANGELO, Paolo, GUIDA, Donatella, Ed.).Love, Hatred and Other Passions: Questions and Themes on Emotion in Chinese Civilization. 180-194.
Pfister, R. (2006).  The Jade Spring as a Source of Pleasure and Pain: The Prostatic Experience in Ancient and Medieval Medical and Daoist Texts. (VOGEL, Hans Ulrich, MOLL-MURATA, Christine, GAO, Xuan, Ed.).Studies on Ancient Chinese Scientific and Technical Texts. Proceedings of the 3rd ISACBRST. March 31-April 3, 2003 Tübingen, Germany. 88-106.
Year of Publication: 2005
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Olles, V. (2005).  Stars and Legends: Some Observations about Sacred Space in Daoism. Scriptures, Schools and Forms of Practice in Daoism. A Berlin Symposium (edited by Poul Andersen and Florian C. Reiter). 20, 233-252.
Olles, V. (2005).  Die Metamorphosen des Meisters: Einige Eindrücke vom Bild des Konfuzius im Buch Zhuangzi. Chinesische Religion und Philosophie: Konfuzianismus, Mohismus, Daoismus, Buddhismus. Grundlagen und Einblicke (edited by Konrad Meisig). 1, 69-91.
Kleeman, T. F. (2005).  “Feasting without the Victuals: The Evolution of the Daoist Communal Kitchen.”. (Sterckx, Roel, Ed.).Of Tripod and Palate: Food, Politics, and Religion in Traditional China. 140-162.
Year of Publication: 2003
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Lusthaus, D. (2003).  Aporetic Ethics in the Zhuangzi. (Cook, Scott, Ed.).Hiding the World In the World: Uneven Discourses on the Zhuangzi. 163-206.
Year of Publication: 2002
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[Anonymous] (2002).  “Ethnic Identity and Taoist Identity in Traditional China.”. (Kohn, Livia, Roth, Harold D., Ed.).Daoist Identity: History, Lineage and Ritual. 23-38.
Pfister, R. (2002).  Sexuelle Körpertechniken aus dem Alten China. (Museum Rietberg Zürich, Ed.).Liebeskunst. Liebeslust und Liebesleid in der Weltkunst. 11-12.
Year of Publication: 2001
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Lusthaus, D. (2001).  Martial Arts. (Blakemore, Colin, Ed.).The Oxford Companion to the Body. 446-47.
Year of Publication: 1999
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Adler, J. A. (1999).  Zhou Dunyi: The Metaphysics and Practice of Sagehood. (deBary and Bloom, Ed.).Sources of Chinese Tradition. 1, 669-678.
Year of Publication: 1998
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Year of Publication: 1996
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Berkowitz, A. (1996).  Record of Occultists. Religions of China in Practice. 446-470.
Year of Publication: 1995
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Lusthaus, D. (1995).  Lao Tzu. (McGreal, Ian P., Ed.).Great Thinkers of the Eastern World.