Forget or Not Forget? The Neurophysiology of Zuowang

Submitted by LvKohn on Mon, 06/02/2014 - 22:47
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Kohn, L. (2014).  Forget or Not Forget? The Neurophysiology of Zuowang. Daoist Studies Boston 2014.
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In order to upload your conference paper to the Daoist Studies website, you must first register with the site

Then when you are logged in, you will see the second level menu at the top of the page with the headings "My Account" "Create" and "Contact". From the "Create" menu select "New Bibliography"

For "Publication Type" select "Conference Paper"

You can then type in the title of the paper, and for the year enter 2014.

When you scroll down the page you can add the names of the authors.

religion and ecological sustainability in china

Submitted by James Miller on Thu, 05/15/2014 - 10:38
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New research on the relevance of culture and religion for understanding China’s environmental crisis and its transition towards sustainability has just been published in a collection of essays entitled Religion and Ecological Sustainability in China (Routledge 2014). The work, by leading scholars in the humanities and social sciences from China, Europe and North America, marks a milestone…

Evil and Its Treatment in Early Taoism

Submitted by James Miller on Wed, 05/14/2014 - 16:59
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Lagerwey, J. (2007).  Evil and Its Treatment in Early Taoism. Currents of Encounter~~33Probing the Depths of Evil and Good: Multireligious Views and Case Studies. 14 - 86.
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