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TITLEEDITORYEAR
Transcendence and Non-Naturalism in Early Chinese ThoughtBloomsbury Academic2020
Ancestral Memory in Early ChinaHarvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series2011
Articulated Ladies: Gender and the Male Community in Early Chinese TextsHarvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series2001
Reconstructing fourth century B.C.E. Chu religious practices in China:
divination, sacrifice, and healing in the newly excavated Baoshan manuscripts
Ph. D. University of Wisconsin–Madison2008
Facing the Monarch: Modes of Advice in the Early Chinese CourtHarvard East Asian Monographs2013
The Making of Early Chinese Classical PoetryHarvard East Asian Monographs2006
Chinese Character Manipulation in Literature and DivinationBrill2020
Zhou History UnearthedColumbia University Press2020
CHANGING Zhouyi: The Heart of the Yijing (2nd edition)Da Yuan Circle???
A Little Primer of Chinese Oracle-Bone Inscriptions with Some Exercises (2nd edition)Harrassowitz???
Time and Ritual in Early ChinaHarrassowitz???
Archery Metaphor and Ritual in Early Confucian TextsLexington Books2020
Believing in Ghosts and Spirits: The Concept of Gui in Ancient ChinaMONUMENTA SERICA2021
Reading the Signs: Philology, History, PrognosticationMünchen Iudicium2018
The Eastern Han Chinese Grammaticon vol.1-4STEDT2010
Pattern and Person: Ornament, Society, and Self in Classical ChinaHarvard East Asian Monographs2006
The core chapters of the Yi Zhou shuUniversity of Oxford Oriental Institute2016
商周金文文物出版社2006
周易逐字索引XiangGang : Shang wu yin shu guan1995
楚竹書《周易》研究上海古籍2006

Alas! Or the 意 connection

Translating hexagram 震 (51), fifth line for a querent (so, for the sake of his private “Patterns Which Connect”)

Link to the paper

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Bateson and 大衍之數

Bateson’s methodology is introduced in chapter 3 of his “Mind and Nature”, where he “[brings] to the reader’s attention a number of cases in which two or more information sources come together to give information of a sort different from what was in either source separately.”

Here my tentative to transfer something of this immense scholar in narrative games.

My paper:

Bateson and the The number of the great expansion: from ‘double description’ to ‘double divination’

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And now, or not?

Tales on 或 and the invention of processive antonyms

link to the paper

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Yi, Shijing & ZuoZhuan: let’s share

“The Yijing evolved in the same social and religious milieu as that other famous classic of the Western Zhou dynasty, the Shijing, or Book of Songs: they are both products of the oral tradition of early China and they share a considerable number of features.”
R.A. Kunst, ‘The Original Yijing’, 1985 Dissertation [with some adaptations]

Here I provide a survey on shared characters (bigrams at least), not only to trace incipient language bridges among the two classics but also to share analysis and evaluations from both Shijing and Chun Qiu Zuo Zhuan for the benefit of the Yi reader.

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A tantric toss in 元亨利貞

An insightful as improbable connection, in a gorgeous jet-lag.

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Mawangdui [馬王堆] Zhouyi

Mawangdui [馬王堆] Zhouyi transcription from

楚竹書《周易》研究(上下) / 2006年11月 (pp.550 & ss)

享(亨) –> 享 as direct transcription (亨 as modern transcription);
characters in red brakets <>:
different char. from Zhouyi Yinde 周易引得 (A Concordance to Yi Ching), Harvard-Yenching Institute Sinological Index Series, Supplement No. 10, October 1935, transcribed by S J Marshall.

□ –> missing character

[nS] = transcriptions by E. Shaughnessy
I Ching: the Classic of Changes translated with an introduction and commentary: the first English translation of the newly discovered second century BC Mawangdui texts.
New York: Ballantyne Books, 1997

[nH] = transcriptions by Han Zhongmin [韓仲民]
Bo Yi shuo lüe 帛易說略. Beijing: Beijing shifan daxue chubanshe 1992

Link to the document

[first five hexagrams – update in progress]

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qʰˤraŋ, roŋ, [g]ur: a (new) Old Chinese 周易 zhōuyì

updated: 12/05/19

How can phonetic patterns assist the 周易 zhōuyì 1 reader, in organizing and connecting the raw material such an “open interpretive space with a principle of multiplicity” 2 seems to offer ?

In between the framework of contemporary phonological researches this project aims:

a) to collect phonological datas both linked to received and unearthed ZhouYi texts/characters;
b) to display them in an ordered/manageable suit 3;
c) to use this suit, explorying the ZhouYi text by rhyme, prosody and meter connections 4,5;
d) [Land Ho!] to devolop narratives on previous basis together with a playful goal: to translate for the querent, not for the reader 6.

footnotes

Below, collections for each point:

a) Digital Chinese Phone-Things story

b) Phonetic transcriptions (update to: 11/01/21 -326 character over 815 // temporarily on PDF)

c) Text sets and assets

d) Insights at sight


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ZhouYi Transcriptions

Zhouyi Yinde 周易引得 (A Concordance to Yi Ching), Harvard-Yenching Institute Sinological Index Series, Supplement No. 10, October 1935, transcribed by S J Marshall.

[nL] = Li GuangDi
御纂周易折中:二十二卷,卷首
[
北京] : 武英殿, 清康熙54[1715]

[nZ] = ZhuXi
周易本義 :十二卷;易圖:一卷;五贊:一卷;筮儀:一卷
內府, 清康熙間 [i.e. between 1662 and 1722]

Link to the document

[first five hexagrams – update in progress]

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To sacrifice or not to sacrifice

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A draft on transcriptions and Hexagram patterns: link to the paper

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