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Friday, November 2, 2012

Affiliation and Transmission in Daoism: A Berlin Symposium

編者 Editor:
Florian C. Reiter

出版年 Publication Year:
2012 

出版社 Publisher:
Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag 


目錄 Table of Contents:  

Foreword             VII

FLORIAN C. REITER
Modes of Affiliation and Transmission: Early Quanzhen Daoism (全真) and
Daoist Thunder Magic (五雷法) ............................................. 1

TERRY KLEEMAN
“Take charge of households and convert the citizenry”
The Parish Priest in Celestial Master Transmission ........................19

JOHN LAGERWEY
Canonical fasts according to Lu Xiujing ....................................41

LÜ PENGZHI
Ordination Ranks in Medieval Daoism and the Classification of Daoist Rituals ..........................................................81

STEPHEN BOKENKAMP
Transmissions of a Female Daoist: Xie Ziran (767-795) ..........................109

HSIEH SHUWEI
Lineage, Hagiographie and Teaching: The Daoist School of Eastern
Florescence in Song and Yuan Dynasties ................................................123

CHANG CHAOJAN
Nocturnal Invocation and Installation of Officiants: Difficulties
encountered in Purification Rites of the Numinous Treasure Sect during
the Tang and Song and adaptive responses to them .................................159

TAM WAI-LUN
Transmission Ritual of Local Daoists in Southeast China ........................ 173

PAUL R. KATZ
The Development of Jiangnan Daoist Networks of Transmission and
Affiliation as seen in the Mount Weiyu Genealogy ....................193

LEE FONGMAO
The Transmission of Daoist Registers and the Climbing of the Knife-Ladder:
The 63rd Heavenly Master Zhang Enpu in Taiwan (1950-1969) and the
Reorganisation of Daoism ................................................... 225

LIN WEI-PING
Son of Man or Son of God? The Spirit Medium in Chinese Popular
Religion ................................................................................. 249

HSIEH TSUNG-HUI
The Study of Secret Knowledge Transmission in Daoist Altars: How
“The Origin and Development of Daoism” 《道教源流》has been
transmitted in South Taiwan .................................................277

Abbreviations ...................................................................... 293
List of Contributors ..............................................................295
Glossary ...............................................................................297


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