Bibliography of type: journal article

Year of Publication: 2005
Bibliography Items
Butler, A. (2005).  Review: Tune in, Jack in, Drop Out. Science Fiction Studies. 32, 333–339.
Chen, E. M. (2005).  How Taoist is Heidegger?. International Philosophical Quarterly. 45(1), 5(15).
Chen, E. M. (2005).  How Taoist is Heidegger?. INTERNATIONAL - PHILOSOPHICAL - QUARTERLY. 45(1), 5. Abstract
Chen, E. M. (2005).  How taoist is heidegger?. International philosophical quarterly. 45(177), 5.
Chen, E. M. (2005).  How Taoist Is Heidegger?. International Philosophical Quarterly. 45(177), 5. Abstract
Como, M. (2005).  Silkworms and Consorts in Nara Japan. Asian Folklore Studies. 64, Abstract
Fukuyama, F. (2005).  The Calvinist Manifesto. (Sun, Ed.).The New York Times Book Review. 35.
Goldin, P. R. (2005).  Why Daoism Is Not Environmentalism. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 32(1), 75.
Hagen, K. (2005).  Sorai and Xunzi on the Construction of the Way. Asian Philosophy. 15(2), 117.
Hart, H. (2005).  Charles Simic's Dark Nights of the Soul. The Kenyon Review. 27, 124–147.
Johnston, J. (2005).  Agnes Martin, 1912-2004. Art in America. 41, 43. Abstract
Kalmanson, L. (2005).  The Pristine Dao: Metaphysics in Early Daoist Discourse (review). China Review International. 12(2), 520 - 524.
Kirkland, R. (2005).  The Teachings and Practices of the Early Quanzhen Taoist Masters (review). China Review International. 12(1), 88 - 97.
Kubo, N. (2005).  [Chinese religious culture in the ryukyu Islands]. Shky kenky (Tokyo.1939). 78(343), 28 - pp.. Abstract
Lam-Easton, L. L. (2005).  Religion and Chinese Society: - Ancient and Medieval China, vol. 1. CHOICE: - Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. 42(7), 1244(1).
Lu, P. Z., & Sigwalt P. (2005).  Texts of ancient Lingbao in the history of taoism. TOUNG - PAO. 91(1-3), 183.
Marshall, A. R. (2005).  "Cyber-spirituality: the lingji virtual temple project.". International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society. 1,
Milcinski, M. (2005).  Transcending Death. Journal of Dharma. 30(1), 81. Abstract
Mollgaard, E. (2005).  Zhuangzi's Notion of Transcendental Life. Asian Philosophy. 15(1), 1.
Pagallo, U. (2005).  Plato's Daoism and the Tbingen School. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 32(4), 597. Abstract
PAGALLO, U. (2005).  PLATO's DAOISM AND THE TUBINGEN SCHOOL. JOURNAL OF CHINESE PHILOSOPHY. 32(4), 597 - 613.
Pastor, J. C. (2005).  Mou Zongsan (1905-1995) and his problematic recourse to Taoism. REVUE - INTERNATIONALE - DE - PHILOSOPHIE. 59(232), 247.
Pastor, J. -claude (2005).  Mou Zongsan (1909-1995) et son recours problmatique au taosme. Revue Internationale de Philosophie. 59(2:232), 247.
Perkins, F. (2005).  Following Nature with Mengzi or Zhuangzi. International Philosophical Quarterly. 45(3), 327. Abstract
Radermacher, H. (2005).  Kulturvielfalt und Universalismus, Skepsis. Prima Philosophia. 18(4), 423. Abstract
Seong-Won, P. (2005).  Economy of water: - a spiritual basis for an alternative economy. The Ecumenical Review. 57(2), 171(8).
Shen, V. (2005).  From Aristotle's De Anima to Xia Dachang's Xingshuo. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 32(4), 575. Abstract
Tan, S. -hoon (2005).  Review: Of Diversities and Comparisons .... Philosophy East and West. 55, 111–124.
Walsh, R. (2005).  Can Synaesthesia Be Cultivated? - Indications from Surveys of Meditators. Journal of Consciousness Studies. 12(4-5), 5. Abstract
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.
Woo, F. J. (2005).  James Miller, Daoism: A Short Introduction. CHINA REVIEW INTERNATIONAL. 12(1), 197 - 200.
Woo, F. J. (2005).  Daoism: A Short Introduction (review). China Review International. 12(1), 197 - 201.
Woo, F. J. (2005).  Daoism: A Short Introduction (review). China Review International. 12(1), 197 - 201.
Yang, D. - R. (2005).  The Changing Economy of Temple Daoism in Shanghai. Religion and the social order.. 11, 113 - 148.
Yip, K. -shing (2005).  Taoistic concepts of mental health: - Implications for social work practice with Chinese communities. Families in Society: - The Journal of Contemporary Human Services. 86(1), 35. Abstract
乐爱国 (2005).  道教生态学=. 社会科学文献出版社.
张泽洪 (2005).  论道教的文昌帝君. 中国文化研究. Abstract
张泽洪 (2005).  北魏道士寇谦之的新道教论析. 四川大学学报:哲学社会科学版. Abstract
曹剑波 (2005).  道教生态思想探微. 中国道教. Abstract
朱良志 (2005).  石涛与道教. 宗教学研究. Abstract
王宜峨 (2005).  中国道教. books.google.com. Abstract
罗争鸣 (2005).  杜光庭道教小说研究. 巴蜀书社.
蒋力生 (2005).  试论道教医学的形成基础. 江西中医学院学报. Abstract
Year of Publication: 2004
Bibliography Items
Chan, T. (2004).  Restoration of a Poetry Anthology by Wang Bo. Journal of the American Oriental Society. 124, 493–515.
Cheng, C. -ying (2004).  Dimensions of the Dao and Onto-Ethics in Light of the DDJ. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 31(2), 143. Abstract
Cline, E. M. (2004).  Two Interpretations of De in the Daodejing. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 31(2), 219. Abstract
Coutinho, S., & Sigurdsson G. (2004).  Wandering Beyond the Bounds: Nomadism, Health, and Self-Undermining. Journal of Nietzsche Studies. 28(1), 70 - 88.
DaCosta, E. (2004).  Review: The Four Simone Weils. The Women's Review of Books. 21, 7–8.
Davis, D. (2004).  The Tao of leadership in virtual teams. Organizational dynamics. 33(1), 47(16). Abstract