Huang Di Nei Jing Su Wen: Nature, Knowledge, Imagery in an Ancient Chinese Medical Text

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CONTENTS
PREFATORY REMARKS /ix
I. BIBLIOGRAPHIC HISTORY OF THE SU WEN
1 Some Scholarly Views on the Origin of the Su wen /1
2 References to Huang Di nei jing and Su wen in Early Bibliographic Sources /3
II. THE MEANING OF THE TITLE HUANG DI NEI JING SU WEN
1 Huang Di /8
2Nei /14
3Jing /16
4Su wen /18
III. EARLY SU WEN TEXTS AND COMMENTARIES BEFORE THE ELEVENTH CENTURY
1 Huangfu Mi and the Jia yi jing /22
2 Quan Yuanqi and the Su wen xun jie /24
3 Yang Shangshan and the Huang Di nei jing tai su /26
3.1History and Reconstruction of a Tai su Text in Japan /26
3.2The Issue of the Chinese Master Copies of the Tai su /27
3.3Yang Shangshan's Commentaries /33
4 Wang Bing's Su wen Edition of a.d. 762 /39
4.1Wang Bing, His Intentions and His Preface /39
4.2Structural Characteristics of the Wang Bing Edition /44
4.3Discourses 66 through 74 in Today's Su wen /46

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