Bibliography of type: journal article

Year of Publication: 2006
Bibliography Items
Dickerson, B. (2006).  The A to Z of Taoism – Julian F. Pas.. Reviews in Religion & Theology. 13, 559–561. Abstract
Erlich, R. D. (2006).  Le Guin and God: Quarreling with the One, Critiquing Pure Reason.. Extrapolation {(University} of Texas at Brownsville). 47, 351–379. Abstract
Ferrari, F. L. (2006).  Candidiasis: Yeast Meets West. California Journal of Oriental Medicine. 17 No. 1,
Findlay, I. (2006).  Traveler in art. Asian Art News. 16, 68. Abstract
Goldin, P. R. (2006).  The Cultural and Religious Background of Sexual Vampirism in Ancient China.. Theology & Sexuality: The Journal of the Institute for the Study of Christianity & Sexuality. 12, 285–307. Abstract
Goussev, M. (2006).  The Tao of Dow. Symposion: A Journal of Russian Thought (Vol.13, 2008, ISSN: 1521-2149, Charles Schlacks Jr. Publisher).. 13,
Gray, D. B. (2006).  An Introduction to the Philosophy and Religion of Taoism: - Pathways to Immortality. CHOICE: - Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. 43(9), 1617(1).
Gunaratne, S. A. (2006).  A - Yijing View of World-System and Democracy. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 33(2), 191.
Hardie, A. (2006).  Think globally, build locally: - syncretism and symbolism in the Garden of Sitting in Reclusion. Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes. 26(4), 295. Abstract
Heartney, E. (2006).  House of Huang. Art in America. 118. Abstract
Hole, G. T. T. (2006).  Just doing: Therapy according to Chuang Tsu. Philosophical Practice: Journal of the American Philosophical Practitioners Association. 2(1), 7 - 15. Abstract
Hole, G. T. (2006).  Just Doing: - Therapy According to Chuang Tsu. Philosophical Practice: - Journal of the American Philosophical Practitioners Association. 2(1), 7. Abstract
Holz, H. (2006).  All-Wesen und Unendlichkeit: - Chinesische und europische Landschaftsmalerei im Vergleich. Perspektiven der Philosophie: - Neues Jahrbuch. 32, 337. Abstract
Hong, O. (2006).  The Taoist tendency in Ted Hughes's poetry. FOREIGN - LITERATURE - STUDIES. 28(2), 70. Abstract
Kline Iii, T. C. (2006).  The Therapy of Desire in Early Confucianism: - Xunzi. Dao: - A - Journal of Comparative Philosophy. 5(2), 235.
Landes, D. (2006).  Why Europe and the West? Why Not China?. The Journal of Economic Perspectives. 20,
Lätzel, M. (2006).  Die {„Mystik“} des Individualismus Anmerkungen zu Paulo Coelho.. International Journal of Practical Theology. 10, 238–251. Abstract
Li, Q. P. (2006).  India's theory on seven day embryo formation and its manifestation in Chinese medicine. BULLETIN - OF - THE - INSTITUTE - OF - HISTORY - AND - PHILOLOGY - ACADEMIA - SINICA. 77, 517. Abstract
Liu, S. F. (2006).  Between self-cultivation and the monastic code: - Tea and medicinal soup in Tang and Song monastic life. BULLETIN - OF - THE - INSTITUTE - OF - HISTORY - AND - PHILOLOGY - ACADEMIA - SINICA. 77, 357. Abstract
Lou, Y. (2006).  Hu Shi's Study of Chinese Medieval Intellectual History. Frontiers of Philosophy in China. 1(1), 66 - 78. Abstract
Lu, P. Z. (2006).  The register-transmitting ritual of the celestial master movement: - A - critical study of Dunhuang manuscript S203. BULLETIN - OF - THE - INSTITUTE - OF - HISTORY - AND - PHILOLOGY - ACADEMIA - SINICA. 77, 79. Abstract
Ma, L. (2006).  Deciphering Heidegger's Connection with the Daodejing.. Asian Philosophy. 16, 149–171. Abstract
Ma, L., & van Brakel J. (2006).  Heidegger's comportment toward east-west dialogue. PHILOSOPHY - EAST - & WEST. 56(4), 519. Abstract
Mccollaum, B., Zeyrek E. Y., & Lester D. (2006).  {CORRELATES} {OF} A {TAOIST} {ORIENTATION.}. Perceptual & Motor Skills. 103, 846. Abstract
Milcinski, M. (2006).  Education beyond Rationality. Journal of Dharma. 31(2), 187. Abstract
Miller, J. (2006).  Taoism: The Enduring Tradition.. China Review International. 13, 174–177. Abstract
Morse, D. R. (2006).  Reincarnation: Yes, No or Maybe!. Journal of Spirituality & Paranormal Studies. 29, 61. Abstract
Nelson, E. S. (2006).  Taoism: The Enduring Tradition.. China Review International. 13, 432–434. Abstract
Nixon, D. V. (2006).  The Environmental Resonance of Daoist Moving Meditations.. Worldviews: Environment Culture Religion. 10, 380–403. Abstract
Reece, G. J. (2006).  Daoist studies. CHOICE: - Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. 43(6), 1028(1).
Reihman, G. M. (2006).  Categorically Denied: - Kant's Criticism of Chinese Philosophy. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 33(1), 51.
Schellens, G. (2006).  Taoism. The path not to follow. TIJDSCHRIFT - VOOR - FILOSOFIE. 68(4), 816.
Sellman, J. D. (2006).  History of Chinese Daoism, Volume 13.. China Review International. 13, 322–331. Abstract
Sellman, J. D. (2006).  David C. Yu, translator, History of Chinese Daoism, Volume 1. CHINA REVIEW INTERNATIONAL. 13(2), 322 - 332.
Shao, P. (2006).  Huineng, Subhuiti, and Monkey's Religion in "Xiyou ji". The Journal of Asian Studies. 65(4), 713. Abstract
Snyder, S. (2006).  Chinese Traditions and Ecology: Survey Article. World Views: Environment, Culture, Religion. 10(1), 100 - 134. Abstract
Stevenson, F. W. (2006).  Zhuangzi's Dao as Background Noise. Philosophy East & West. 56(2), 301. Abstract
Stevenson, F. W. (2006).  Zhuangzi's Dao as background noise. Philosophy East and West. 56(2), 301(31).
Stewart-Brown, A. P., & Arweck E. (2006).  Miscellaneous.. Journal of Contemporary Religion. 21, 443–446. Abstract
Wong, D. B. (2006).  The Meaning of Detachment in Daoism, Buddhism, and Stoicism. Dao: - A - Journal of Comparative Philosophy. 5(2), 207.
Wu, K. -ming (2006).  Hermeneutic Explorations in the Zhuangzi. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. Supp, 61.
Yulie, L. (2006).  Hu Shi's Study of Chinese Medieval Intellectual History. Frontiers of Philosophy in China. 1(1), 66.
卿希泰 (2006).  道教文化与现代社会生活. 西南民族大学学报:人文社会科学版. Abstract
卿希泰,唐大潮 (2006).  道教史. 江苏人民出版社.
徐祖祥 (2006).  瑶,汉道教成仙信仰比较. 西南民族大学学报:人文社会科学版. Abstract
李远国 (2006).  洞天福地:道教理想的人居环境及其科学价值. 西南民族大学学报:人文社会科学版. Abstract
陈永玲 (2006).  道教文化与构建和谐社会. 临沧教育学院学报. Abstract
Year of Publication: 2005
Bibliography Items
Burton, L. (2005).  Author's Response: Worship, Wilderness, and Cultural Coevolution. Law & Society Review. 39, 711–722.