The Creative Spirit of Confucius as Seen in the Book of Changes

Contemporary Chinese Thought 7 (3):78-89 (1976)
Today, we shall initiate a discussion of the Book of Changes [variously romanized as I, I-ching and Chou I]. Before discussing this work, however, we must emphasize that in all of our studies of the ancient texts, we must first go back to the real facts contained in them. When we study history, we must go back to the true facts. We must not just add oil and vinegar; we must not impose the ideas of later periods on an earlier age
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