Bibliography of type: journal article

Year of Publication: 2008
Bibliography Items
F., M. (2008).  Thinking from within the calyx of nature. Environ. Values Environmental Values. 17(1), 41 - 65.
Fraser, C. (2008).  Psychological Emptiness in the Zhuangzi.. Asian Philosophy. 18, 123–147. Abstract
Grant, B. (2008).  Women, Gender and Religion in Premodern China: A Brief Introduction.. NAN NU – Men, Women & Gender in Early & Imperial China. 10, 2–21. Abstract
Guorong, Y. (2008).  Names and words in the philosophy of Zhuangzi. Frontiers of Philosophy in China. 3(1), 1.
Han, A. (2008).  Building a Harmonious Society and Achieving Individual Harmony. Journal of Chinese Political Science. 13(2), 143 - 164. Abstract
Han, A. (2008).  Building a Harmonious Society and Achieving Individual Harmony.. Journal of Chinese Political Science. 13, 143–164. Abstract
HANCOCK, M. A. R. Y., & SRINIVAS S. M. R. I. T. I. (2008).  Spaces of Modernity: - Religion and the Urban in Asia and Africa. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 32(3), 617. Abstract
Hodgkinson, T. (2008).  Non-action in action.. Ecologist. 8, 66. Abstract
Jing, A. (2008).  The Longshan Daoist caves. Artibus asiae. LXVIII(1), 7 - 56.
Jing, A. (2008).  The Longshan Daoist Caves. Artibus Asiae. 68(1), 7. Abstract
Kohn, L. (2008).  Grand Offering in Hong Kong.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 188 - 191. Abstract
Kohn, L., Komjathy L., & Wang R. (2008).  Foundations.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 222 - 223. Abstract
Kohn, L. (2008).  Grand Offering in Hong Kong.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 188 - 191. Abstract
Komjathy, L. (2008).  Mapping the Daoist Body Part One: The Neijing tu in History.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 67 - 92. Abstract
Kripal, J. J. (2008).  Brave New Worldview.. Chronicle of Higher Education. 55, B7 - B9. Abstract
Liu, Z. (2008).  Reply to "Taoism (Daoism) and C`hinese Purple': a note on some historical issues". JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE. 35(7), 2077 - 2078.
Liu, Z. (2008).  Reply to "Taoism (Daoism) and 'Chinese Purple': - a note on some historical issues". JOURNAL - OF - ARCHAEOLOGICAL - SCIENCE. 35(7), 2077.
Miller, J. (2008).  The Encyclopedia of Taoism.. Religious Studies Review. 34, 261–264. Abstract
Nataf, N. (2008).  Retrospective Cai Guo-Qiang a New York. Beaux Arts Magazine. 142. Abstract
Osto, D. (2008).  Barbara Hendrischke, The Scripture on Great Peace: The Taiping Jing and the Beginnings of Daoism. NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF ASIAN STUDIES. 10(1), 170 - 171.
Phillips, S. P. (2008).  Portrait of an American Daoist: Charles Belyea/Liu Ming.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 161 - 176. Abstract
Purnell, L. D. (2008).  Traditional Vietnamese Health And Healing.. Urologic Nursing. 28, 63–67. Abstract
Raz, G. (2008).  The Way of the Yellow and the Red: Re-examining the Sexual Initiation Rite of Celestial Master Daoism.. Nan Nü – Men, Women & Gender in Early & Imperial China. 10, 86–120. Abstract
Rinaldini, M. (2008).  How I Became a Daoist Priest.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 181 - 187. Abstract
Santee, R. G. (2008).  Stress Management and the Zhuangzi.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 93 - 123. Abstract
Shih-Ying (2008).  {Real-Life} Contextual Manifestations of Wisdom.. International Journal of Aging & Human Development. 67, 273–303. Abstract
Siegler, E. (2008).  Field Notes: Taoist Tai Chi Society & Fung Loy Kok Temple.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 192 - 194. Abstract
Sinha, V. (2008).  'Hinduism' and 'Taoism' in Singapore: - Seeing points of convergence. JOURNAL - OF - SOUTHEAST - ASI. 39(1), 123. Abstract
Siu, M. - K. (2008).  Proof as a practice of mathematical pursuit in a cultural, socio-political and intellectual context. ZDM: The International Journal on Mathematics Education. 40(3), 355 - 361. Abstract
Sung-Hae (2008).  The Immortal World: The Telos of Daoist Environmental Ethics.. Environmental Ethics. 30, 135–157. Abstract
Toti, M. (2008).  The Hesychast method of prayer: its anthropological and symbolic significance.. International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church. 8, 17–32. Abstract
Tsai, J. N., Kohn L., Chittick A., Friedrichs E., Friedrichs M., & Xichen Lü (2008).  Conferences.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 212 - 219. Abstract
Tsai, Y. (2008).  Tao {Yuan-Ming's} World of Life and Death. {(Chinese)}. Tsing Hua Journal of Chinese Studies. 38, 327–351. Abstract
Valussi, E. (2008).  Men and Women in He Longxiang's Nüdan hebian.. {NAN} {NU} – Men, Women & Gender in Early & Imperial China. 10, 242–278. Abstract
Valussi, E. (2008).  Men and Women in He Longxiang's. NAN Nu’. 10(2), 242 - 278. Abstract
Wang, R. (2008).  Daoists on the Southern Marchmount.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 177 - 180. Abstract
Winn, M. (2008).  Daoist Neidan: Lineage and Secrecy Challenges for Western Adepts.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 195 - 199. Abstract
X., Z. (2008).  Li Bai and Qiang culture. Front. Lit. Stud. China Frontiers of Literary Studies in China. 2(1), 64 - 90.
Yang, S. - Y. (2008).  Real-Life Contextual Manifestations of Wisdom.. International Journal of Aging & Human Development. 67, 273 - 303. Abstract
Yu, J. (2008).  Living with Nature: Stoicism and Daoism. HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY QUARTERLY. 25(1), 1 - 20.
Zhang, W. (2008).  Religious Daoist Studies of The Book of Changes (Yi jing) and Their Historical and Contemporary Influence. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 39(3), 74. Abstract
Zhang, X. (2008).  Urumqi.. China Today. 57, 58 - 61. Abstract
Year of Publication: 2007
Bibliography Items
Bivins, T. (2007).  The Dao of the Press: A Humanocentric Theory.. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. 84, 633–635. Abstract
Blanc, D. (2007).  Face aux demons chinois. Connaissance des Arts. 34. Abstract
Bordcs, A. (2007).  Harmadik tpus tallkozs?. j Muvszet. 18(1), 34. Abstract
Byrd, C. (2007).  Letter from China. Sculpture (Washington, D.C.). 26(2), 20. Abstract
Campany, R. F. (2007).  Monastic Life in Medieval Daoism: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. By Livia Kohn. JOURNAL- AMERICAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION. 75(1), 165 - 166.
Chee-Beng, T. (2007).  State, Market, and Religions in Chinese Societies. International Sociology. 22(2), 207 - 209.
Chee-Beng, T. (2007).  State, Market, and Religions in Chinese Societies.. International Sociology. 22, 207–209. Abstract
Chen, H. (2007).  On dramas in Yuan Dynasty and Buddhism. Frontiers of Literary Studies in China. 1(3), 410 - 430. Abstract
Conroy, K. (2007).  Taoism: - God as nature sees God. JOURNAL - OF - RELIGION - & HEALTH. 46(1), 177.