Across the Boundaries of Belief: Contemporary Issues in the Anthropology of Religion

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debate and the rites controversy were two European reactions to the massive contacts with new cultures that resulted from the enormous expansion of the known world at that time.
7.
One of Schall's assignments was calendrical calculation, a job in which he replaced a Moslem predecessor. The furious Moslems replied with charges that Schall was guilty of conspiratorial conduct. Schall was put in a cell, where he might have died. But a violent earthquake was felt and, similar to the reprieve granted the Connecticut Yankee, Schall was removed from jail ( Latourette 1929:115).
8.
For a translation of that decree see Schurman and Schell ( 1967:105-113).
9.
Treaty ports: cities along the coast opened to Western trade or treaty following the two opium wars of the mid-19th century.
10.
As far as is known, shamans on the mainland have stopped practicing under great pressure. That is certainly not true of acupuncturists and burners of moxa, who are given governmental support. All of these and the shamans, too, are doing well on Taiwan.
11.
For a set of illustrative plates see Paul Cohen ( 1963:141-142).
12.
We had better not go too far with this because Buddhism was often seen as committing the same offenses. As a matter of fact, in recent Southeast Chinese history, especially in Hong Kong, older married women have been leaving their husbands to enter Buddhist "vegetarian halls" (see Topley 1975; Topley and Hayes 1968).

References

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Cohen Paul 1963 China and Christianity: The Missionary Movement and the Growth of Chinese Anti-foreignism, 1800-1890. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Cohen Warren I. 1971 America's Response to China. New York: John Wiley.

Dubs Homer H. 1946 "Taoism". In China. Harley F. MacNair, ed. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Fei Hsaio-tung 1946 "Peasantry and Gentry: An Interpretation of Chinese Social Structure". American Journal of Sociology 52:1.

Fried Morton H. 1952 Chinese Society: Class as Subculture. Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences, Series 2, Vol. 2:4.

Fung Yu-Ian 1948 A Short History of Chinese Philosophy. New York: Free Press.

Hanke Lewis 1959 Aristotle and the American Indians: A Study of Race Prejudice in the Modern World. London: Hollis and Carter.

Hanson Karen 1984 Development and Preventive Health Behaviors: The Case of Taipei, Taiwan. Ph.D. dissertation. New York: Columbia University.

Houdous Lewis 1946 "Folk Religion". In China. Harley R. MacNair, ed. Berkeley: University of California Press.

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Hu Shih 1946 Chinese Thought. In China. Harley F. MacNair, ed. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Latourette Kenneth Scott 1946 "Christianity". In China. Harley F. MacNair, ed. Berkeley: University of California Press.

----- 1929 A History of Christian Missions in China. New York: MacMillan.

Legge James 1898 The Chinese Classics. Reprinted in Taipei, Taiwan, n.d.

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