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by Hank Stine,Henry Wei,Jay G. Williams

The authentic I-ching: A new translation with commentary download ebook
ISBN:
0878770917
ISBN13:
978-0878770915
Author:
Hank Stine,Henry Wei,Jay G. Williams
Publisher:
Newcastle Publishing Co., Inc.; 1st edition (1987)
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419 pages
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1528 kb
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I find this translation to be an extremely helpful addition to my I Ching library.

I have not had time to delve completely into this book, but it simply is too sparse, too "headlines" oriented to be of unique value in the quest for "new ground" in I Ching translations. I find this translation to be an extremely helpful addition to my I Ching library.

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I Ching: Authentic I Ching. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Format Hardback 425 pages. Dimensions 13. 6 x 21. 2 x 3. 8mm 52. 3g. Publication date 13 Nov 1987. Publisher HarperCollins Publishers. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

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  • Worla
I find this translation to be an extremely helpful addition to my I Ching library. Any serious student of the I Ching will appreciate its focus on the structural "math" of the hexagrams, from which the meaning is drawn. Its less interpretive than other translations, but this is its strength. It dives deep into the relationships of the lines, trigrams, and inner trigrams to make sense of the text, and this allows the user unique insight into the pattern of change being talked about.
  • Dynen
Having read and greatly admired Henry Wei's Guiding Light of Lao Tzu, I looked forward to a similar in-depth treatment of the I Ching.....I have not had time to delve completely into this book, but it simply is too sparse, too "headlines" oriented to be of unique value in the quest for "new ground" in I Ching translations. That is not to say it is unworthy, but nevertheless a bit disappointing for this fan of Dr. Wei. Perhaps Dr. Wei translated this book, but was not responsible for the complete contents.