This book in Chinese medical philosophy and metaphysics provides you with access to over dozens of Chinese classics directly or indirectly related to Chinese medical philosophy and metaphysics, notably, Yi-Jing, Classics in Taoism, Classics in Confucianism, Classics in Chinese medical philosophy, etc. All key concepts contained in this book are traced back to their historical origins, and at the same time, they are also provided with modern Chinese interpretations regarding their philosophical meanings and clinical significance, notably, Qi or Energy, Yin and Yang theory, Five Elements Movements, Theory of Viscera-Bowels-Meridians, etc. The ideas and inspirations of this book are developed through the decades by way of library research and clinical experiences, notably. unique sources of information, current developments in the field of Chinese medicine, logical consistency of Chinese medical philosophy not only in clinical practice of Chinese medicine but also in other related fields of modern sciences. Original materials which are not available to Western students and practitioners of Chinese medicine in the past and at present and in the distant future, are contained in this book with the sole objective of cultivating advanced students in the field of Chinese medical philosophy and metaphysics.
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