The Multimedia I Ching (Bollingen Series (General)) ebook
by Hellmut Wilhelm,Cary F. Baynes,Richard Wilhelm
The Richard Wilhelm Translation rendered into English by Cary F. Baynes. Foreword by C. G. Jung. Bollingen Series XIX. Princeton University Press. by Princeton University Press.
The Richard Wilhelm Translation rendered into English by Cary F. The Major Divisions of the Material. Translator’s Note by C. F. Preface by Richard Wilhelm. Introduction by Richard Wilhelm . Book I: THE TEXT. Book II: THE MATERIAL.
Wilhelm-Baynes translation in an easy-to-use online form. 3rd. e. Bollingen Series XIX, (Princeton NJ: Princeton University Press, 1967, 1st ed. Richard Wilhelm’s and Cary F. Baynes’ translations of the classic "I Ching: Or, Book of Changes". 1950). hints for using this site. MOST RECENT UPDATE: May 16, 2011. Most recent changes:The site now functions without requiring the use of a mouse.
He separates his work into three books.
Similar books to The I Ching or Book of Changes (Bollingen Series (General) 170). Kindle (5th Generation). He separates his work into three books.
This was in turned published in Bollingen Series (1950) in the translation of Cary F. One of the five classics of Confucianism, the I Ching or Book of Changes has exerted a living influence in China for three thousand years
This was in turned published in Bollingen Series (1950) in the translation of Cary F. Now Professor Hellmut Wilhelm, of the University of Washington, carries on his father's work with a group of related studies of the Book of Changes. Born and educated in China, Hellmut Wilhelm grew up in an atmosphere of Chinese classical tradition. One of the five classics of Confucianism, the I Ching or Book of Changes has exerted a living influence in China for three thousand years. Beginning in the dawn of history as a book of oracles, it became a book of wisdom-a common source for both Confucianist and Taoist philosophy.
The Multimedia I Ching (Bollingen Series (General)). by Hellmut Wilhelm, Richard Wilhelm, Cary F. ISBN 9780691012124 (978-0-691-01212-4) Princeton University Press, 1996.
Originally published separately as: Change : eight lectures on the I ching, by Hellmut Wilhelm ; translated from the German by Cary F. Baynes; and Lectures o. .New York : Bollingen Foundation, c1960. Includes bibliographical references (p. -325) and index.
The I Ching, or Book of Changes, has been consulted as an oracle and explored as a book of wisdom and philosophy for 3000 years. The "I Ching," or Book of Changes, has been consulted as an oracle and explored as a book of wisdom and philosophy for 3000 years.
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Cary F. Baynes (Translator). Hellmut Wilhelm (Preface). I also recommend highly the Introduction in this book, just for good reading, for it is written by Carl Jung, who was a friend of Richard Wilhelm (the translator) and who tells a charming story of his own discovery of the I Ching through Wilhelm's friendship. For English readers, I would guess that this is the "authentic" version.
By (author) Hellmut Wilhelm, By (author) Richard Wilhelm, Translated by Cary F. Baynes, Translated by Irene Eber. Other books in this series. The West's foremost translator of the I Ching, Richard Wilhelm thought deeply about how contemporary readers could benefit from this ancient work and its perennially valid insights into change and chance. For him and for his son, Hellmut Wilhelm, the Book of Changes represented not just a mysterious book of oracles or a notable source of the Taoist and Confucian philosophies.
The I Ching, or Book of Changes, has been consulted as an oracle and explored as a book of wisdom and philosophy for 3000 years. Now Princeton University Press offers an interactive CD-ROM edition of this great classic, built on the entire text of the original Wilhelm/Baynes translation that has inspired over a million readers since its publication in the early 1950s. Through its familiar system of 64 six-line "hexagrams," the I Ching attempts to render all phenomena in the universe in terms of the interplay of the primal forces of Heaven and Earth.
In this CD edition, China's ageless work is harmonized with a stunning landscape of natural beauty, meticulously rendered architecture, and a background of gentle music and narration. In the open-air Pavilion, users can consult the Oracle through the traditional method of yarrow stalk divination or the simpler coin divination--or by entering a hexagram--for instant access to the appropriate readings of the Image, the Judgment, and the Lines. The text reader incorporates all levels of the text and all the Wilhelm commentary. The Library's rooms serve as a guide to the rich text of the Book of Changes, allowing effortless exploration of the deeper levels of the work, including the Ten Wings and other writings on the I Ching representing over 2500 years of study by Taoists, Confucians, and other scholars of this great work. Throughout the I Ching, tours await to guide you to both the deep resources of the disc and the many tools for using them.
From its early days, when sages cut the work apart to shuffle its pages, the I Ching has awaited three thousand years for a medium deep enough to hold it--and responsive enough to adapt the Changes to each user. Whether you seek wisdom, advice, translations of each original Chinese text, or an experience deep within another culture's thought, The Multimedia I Ching is a perfect environment. Finally, the world's oldest hypertext finds its home.
Both Mac and Windows versions are on the same hybrid disc.
Sample the I Ching on the internet at http://iching.princeton.edu
CD edition features-Generates Oracle hexagrams through precise duplication of Yarrow or Coin methods-Stores, files, and prints Oracle readings and texts
And includes-Tours of material through voice and animation-3-D walk-through or quick map-based navigation-Ambient sounds of nature and classical Chinese instrumentals-Preference settings for sounds, screens, and destinations-Full texts of Wilhelm/Baynes' I Ching and Hellmut Wilhelm's Change: Eight Lectures on the I Ching