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Adler' s main interest here is Zhu Xi' s ... understanding of the Yijing ..., but in order to prepare the reader, he opens with a wide-ranging yet coherent and well-informed survey of Chinese divination from the Bronze Age onward. [...] it is particularly helpful for readers of Foster's chapter to be exposed to the reasons why NeoConfucians were concerned with the Yijing, which, on the surface, might not appear to modern readers as a fruitful philosophical text.
748 Journal of the American Oriental Society 128.4 (2008) have also forced him to reconsider his framework, which relies upon notions of Confucianism and Confucian orthodoxy. No doubt, some scholars
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