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Jason Johnson Jason Johnson said: "The introductory chapters treat the observation that different bodily reactions are recognised and named as emotions by different cultures, lending priority to certain emotions over others. Moves on to examine the classical underpinnings of late anti...more "

 
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Altered Egos by Todd E. Feinberg
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I checked this out of the library hoping it would help me with my paper comparing classical chinese and contemporary bioscience models regarding the relation of the brain to emotions, consciousness and the body. I hoped it would be on par with Damasi...more
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The Feeling of What Happens by Antonio R. Damasio
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In Search of Memory by Eric Kandel
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Synaptic Self by Joseph LeDoux
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Heaven and Earth in Early Han Thought by John S. Major
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Commentary and translation of three chapters in the Huainanzi. Gives the Huang-Lao philosophical context which gave rise to the genesis of the Su Wen and Lingshu (The Medical Classics of the Yellow Emperor).
Rooted in Spirit by Claude Larre
Rooted in Spirit
by Claude Larre
read in March, 2007
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A bit difficult to get into. I'm ordering a copy in the original French, hoping that will be more clear. Nevertheless, a book which I constantly reference for its commentary on chapter 8 of the Lingshu.
Essence Spirit by Claude Larre
Essence Spirit: Blood and Qi
by Claude Larre
read in September, 2007
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Definitely one of their most accessible and better books. Describes and differentiates jing, jingshen, jingqi, xueqi, blood and shen, etc. A very useful book for one wishing to supplement Macciocia and CAM. Fills in the gaps.
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The Eight Extraordinary Meridians by Claude Larre
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I've only read portions thus far, and is on par with Extraordinary Fu, drawing on sources from the Su Wen to the Nan Jing, examining what was recorded of the Extraordinary Meridians in and around the Han dynasty.
The Extraordinary Fu by Unknown Author 315
The Extraordinary Fu
by Unknown Author 315
read in November, 2007
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One of the better books of Larre and Rochat to be transcribed. Sections on the brain, bones, marrow, uterus, gallbladder and mai. Definitely worth the purchase.
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