Bibliography of type: journal article

Year of Publication: 2009
Bibliography Items
Behuniak, James, J. (2009).  "Embracing the One" in the Daodejing. Philosophy East and West. 59(3), 364.
Chen, H. (2009).  A Buddhist Classification of Plants and Animals in Early Tang China. Journal of Asian History. 43, 31-51.
Davis, D. (2009).  Science on Qi.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 227-229. Abstract
DeBernardi, J. (2009).  "Remaking Tradition in a World in Motion": Towards a Theory of Globalization and Religious Modernity. Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences. 3(2), 108 - 125. Abstract
Furth, C. (2009).  Exploring Daoist Women's Meditation.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 185 - 192. Abstract
Goossaert, V., & Fang L. (2009).  Temples and Daoists in Urban China Since 1980.. China Perspectives. 2009, 32 - 41. Abstract
Han, X. (2009).  Interpreting the Butterfly Dream.. Asian Philosophy. 19, 1 - 9. Abstract
Ho, W. - L. (2009).  Daoist Nuns in Taiwan: A Case Study of the Gaoxiong Daode yuan.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 137 - 164. Abstract
Jiang, L. (2009).  Mysterious Characters. China's Ethnic Groups. 2 - 3. Abstract
Johanson, G. J. (2009).  Psychotherapy, Science, and Spirit: Nonlinear Systems, Hakomi Therapy, and the Tao.. Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health. 11, 172 - 212. Abstract
Kim, W. - C. (2009).  Taoist Ideas in A. R. Ammons and Seungho Choi's Ecopoetry. Comparative American Studies. 7(2), 128 - 139. Abstract
Kirkland, R. (2009).  Introducing Daoism – By Livia Kohn.. Religious Studies Review. 35, 306. Abstract
Komjathy, L. (2009).  MAPPING THE DAOIST BODY PART TWO: THE TEXT OF THE NEIJING TU.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 64 - 108. Abstract
Krueger, J. W. (2009).  KNOWING THROUGH THE BODY: THE DAODEJING AND DEWEY.. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 36, 31 - 52. Abstract
Lai, P. - C. (2009).  Timothy Richard's Buddhist-Christian Studies. Buddhist - Christian Studies. 29, 23. Abstract
Lee, S. K. (2009).  Crossing The Seven Star Bridge. The Singapore Taoism. 13,
Ma, L. (2009).  Character of the Feminine in Lévinas and the Daodejing «道德經».. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 36, 261 - 276. Abstract
MINEHAN, B. R. I. D. I. E. A. N. D. R. E. W. S. (2009).  Explorations in Daoism: Medicine and Alchemy in Literature.. ISIS: Journal of the History of Science in Society. 100, 153 - 154. Abstract
Moretz, H. (2009).  The Dao Is Not for Sale.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 167 - 176. Abstract
Morley, S. (2009).  Painting the page.. Journal of Visual Art Practice. 8, 141 - 159. Abstract
Nelson, E. S. (2009).  Responding with Dao: early Daoist ethics and the environment. Philosophy East and West. 59(3), 294.
Qin, Z., Wang R., Slingerland E., Chao S. -yi, Nadeau R. L., Rothschild N. H., et al. (2009).  Conferences.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 219 - 225. Abstract
Shusterman, R. (2009).  Body Consciousness and Performance: Somaesthetics East and West.. Journal of Aesthetics & Art Criticism. 67, 133 - 145. Abstract
Simpson, S. (2009).  Meditations on Sustenance: Living on Pure Energy. The Eckerd Scholar. XXI,
Valussi, E. (2009).  Blood, tigers, dragons. The physiology of transcendence for women. in IASTAM Journal of Asian Medicine. 4.1,
Wang, R. R. (2009).  Kundao: a lived body in female Daoism. Journal of Chinese philosophy. 36(2), 277 - 292.
Wang, R. (2009).  Kundao 坤道: A Lived Body in Female Daoism. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 36, 277 - 292. Abstract
Wee, C. (2009).  Mencius and the Natural Environment.. Environmental Ethics. 31(4), 359 - 374. Abstract
Winn, M. (2009).  Daoist Methods of Dissolving the Heart-Mind.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 177 - 184. Abstract
Wong, D. B. (2009).  Identifying with nature in early Daoism. Journal of Chinese philosophy. 36(4), 568 - 584.
Wong, D. B. (2009).  IDENTIFYING WITH NATURE IN EARLY DAOISM.. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 36, 568 - 584. Abstract
Xichen, Lü, & Wang R. (2009).  Research Projects.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 218 - 219. Abstract
Yang, L., Stoll T., & Mei C. (2009).  Mt. Wudang and Daoism.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 2, 193 - 196. Abstract
Zeyrek, E. Y., & Lester D. (2009).  A TAOIST ORIENTATION AND FEARS OF DEATH AND DYING.. Perceptual & Motor Skills. 108, 81 - 82. Abstract
Year of Publication: 2008
Bibliography Items
Adler, J. A. (2008).  Zhu Xi's Spiritual Practice as the Basis of his Central Philosophical Concepts. Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy. 7, 57-79. Abstract
Alexander, A. (2008).  Different paths, same mountain: Daoism, ecology and the new paradigm of science. Int. J. Green Econ. International Journal of Green Economics. 2(2), 153 - 175.
Beebe, J. (2008).  Individuation in the Light of Chinese Philosophy.. Psychological Perspectives. 51, 70–86. Abstract
Bergsma, A. (2008).  The advice of the wise.. Journal of Happiness Studies. 9, 331–340. Abstract
Blakeley, D. N. (2008).  Hearts in Agreement: Zhuangzi on Dao Adept Friendships. Philosophy East and West. Vol. 58,
Blakeley, D. N. (2008).  Hearts in Agreement: - Zhuangzi On Dao Adept Friendship. Philosophy East & West. 58(3), 318.
Bonk, J. J. (2008).  Asian Light, Asian Fruit. {(Cover} story). International Bulletin of Missionary Research. 32, 57–58. Abstract
C., C. - F. (2008).  Das konzept der "Lebenspforte" (mingmen) während der Jin-, Yuan- und Ming-zeit. Chinesische Med. Chinesische Medizin. 23(2), 95 - 106.
Capitanio, J. (2008).  Web Resources.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 221 - 222. Abstract
Cline, E. M. (2008).  Mirrors, Minds, and Metaphors. Philosophy East & West. 58(3), 337.
Cullen, C. (2008).  Taoism (Daoism) and 'Chinese Purple': a note on some historical issues. Journal of archaeological science.. 35(7), 2074.
Cullen, C. (2008).  Taoism (Daoism) and 'Chinese Purple': - a note on some historical issues. JOURNAL - OF - ARCHAEOLOGICAL - SCIENCE. 35(7), 2074.
Cullen, C. (2008).  Taoism {(Daoism)} and {‘Chinese} Purple’: a note on some historical issues.. Journal of Archaeological Science. 35, 2074–2076.
Davis, D. (2008).  Science on Qi.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 223 - 226. Abstract