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Wu, K. -ming (1993).  Review: On Reading the Tao Te Ching: Mair, Lafargue, Chan. Philosophy East and West. 43, 745–750.
Furth, C. (2009).  Exploring Daoist Women's Meditation.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 185 - 192. Abstract
Keyes, C. (2002).  Weber and Anthropology. Annual Review of Anthropology. 31, 233–255. Abstract
Blot-labarrere, C. (2003).  Pierre Jean Jouve 7. Jouve et le symbole. La Revue des lettres modernes.Pierre Jean Jouve, no.7, 187 - pp.. Abstract
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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
Alt, W. (1994).  Review: New Translations of the Old Master(s). Philosophy East and West. 44, 397–405.
Nelson, E. S. (2006).  Taoism: The Enduring Tradition.. China Review International. 13, 432–434. 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
Grange, J. (2001).  Dao, technology, and American naturalism. Philosophy East & West. 51(3), 363. Abstract
Reihman, G. M. (2006).  Categorically Denied: - Kant's Criticism of Chinese Philosophy. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 33(1), 51.
Chen, E. M. (2005).  How taoist is heidegger?. International philosophical quarterly. 45(177), 5.
Wang, R. (2008).  Daoists on the Southern Marchmount.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 177 - 180. Abstract
Zhang, X. (2008).  Urumqi.. China Today. 57, 58 - 61. Abstract
[Anonymous] (2003).  Les religions orientales [Oriental religions]. La religion: - un enjeu pour les socits. 26. Abstract
Vermander, B. (2001).  Jesus-Christ and the Chinese religious World [Jsus-Christ et le monde religieux chinois]. "Who do you say that I - am?" Christology in the third millennium ["Pour vous, qui suis-Je?" Christologie au troisime millnaire]. 50, 391.
Krueger, J. W. (2009).  KNOWING THROUGH THE BODY: THE DAODEJING AND DEWEY.. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 36, 31 - 52. Abstract
Seong-Won, P. (2005).  Economy of water: - a spiritual basis for an alternative economy. The Ecumenical Review. 57(2), 171(8).