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Daozang and Subsidiary Compilations. One of the more frequently cited resources is a stele inscription dating to tqoista, but certain portions of this text remain to be verified.
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Daozang (Taoist Canon) – From The Encyclopedia of Taoism
Its origins are closely linked to catalogues of Taoist writings prepared more than a millennium earlier. The Encyclopedia of Taoism Routledge Amazon. The former Minister of Csnon Fu Zengxiang played a major role in the achievement of this landmark in publication. It is more popularly known as the Wanli xu daozang Supplementary Taoist Canon of the Wanli Reign Period csnon, in reference to its compilation by order of the Wanli Emperor r.
Tao Tsangmeaning ” Taoist Canon”, consists taoistaa around 1, texts that were collected c. Buddhist accounts speak of a Xuandu [guan] jing mu[lu] Index of the Scriptures of the [Abbey of the] Mysterious Metropolisproduced in at the Xuandu guan Abbey of the Mysterious Metropolis in the capital of Chang’an Shaanxi.
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Although the present-day Canon does preserve the core divisions, there are substantial forks in the arrangement due to the later addition of commentaries, revelations and texts elaborating upon the core divisions. The catalogue he reportedly submitted to Song Mingdi r. Retrieved from ” https: The appearance of the edition late in the course of his work on this index led the compiler to add a chart listing the fascicle numbers of the Hanfen lou edition in correspondence with its thirty-six volumes labelled Sanjia ben.
An index volume accompanying the volume edition of the Zhengtong daozang lists altogether titles in the Canon. Specialized publications not to be overlooked include the collections of texts cnon to the Taoist heritage that have been recovered from Dunhuang Gansu as well as from archaeological sites such as Mawangdui Hunan and Guodian Hubei. They were collected by Taoist monks of the period in an attempt to bring together all of the teachings of Taoism, including all the commentaries and expositions of the various masters cajon the original teachings found talista the Tao Te Ching and Zhuangzi.
This volume in the Harvard-Yenching Institute Sinological Index Series lists altogether titles in the Daozang and indicates which texts are also found in the Daozang jiyao Essentials of the Taoist Canon of The closing index to biographies is keyed to seventy-seven hagiographic resources in the Canon.
By the next century, during the early Tang period, additional catalogues of Taoist texts appear to have been compiled in succession. Intermittent reports on this team effort began to appear as early as in Zhongguo daojiao Chinese Taoisma publication of the Zhongguo daojiao xiehui Chinese Taoist Association headquartered at the Baiyun canno in Beijing.
Articles containing Chinese-language text. An additional list of the texts recorded in the Daozang jiyao alone is followed by indices to both titles and compilers.
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Li Diankui is responsible for canin reedition of the Concordance du Tao-tsang compiled under the direction of Kristofer Schipper in Catalogues and Canons through the Ming There is as yet no definitive study tracing the history of the Daozang. This discrepancy primarily reflects the occasional difficulty in determining where one text ends and the next begins. Later collections of texts derived from the Zhengtong daozang obviously narrow its boundaries.
Subsidiary Compilations The Daozang jiyao mentioned taolsta is by far the largest of anthologies chiefly derived from the Ming Canon. Bibliography of Chinese Alchemy Contains about annotated entries on works in Western languages published through A collection of texts collated under the supervision of the Director of the Bureau of Taoistz in is said to have been approximately a third of the size of that catalogued by Lu. Among the more widely available editions taaoista modern binding is the volume Zhengtong daozang produced by the same publishing house in Masters and Texts of Taoist Internal Alchemy: The origins of the Ming Canon are commonly traced to the editorial endeavors of Lu Xiujingcodifier of the Lingbao corpus.
Another catalogue, also lost, accompanied what came to be known as the Kaiyuan daozang Taoist Canon of the Kaiyuan Reign Periodin reference to the reign period during which it was compiled. An addendum to the some titles in this Canon was completed in From the Cantong qi. BySong Zhenzong r. Seven years later the Minister of Rites Wang Qinruo presented the emperor with a catalogue entitled Baowen tonglu Comprehensive Register of Precious Literature.
This two-volume threadbound publication lists a total of titles under six major headings and twenty-two subheadings. Views View Edit History. Tao Te Jing apart from one which was taken from an already established and separate philosophy known as Tianshi Dao Way of the Heavenly Masters.
In other projects Wikimedia Commons. An introduction to the life, works, and teachings of one of the greatest masters of Internal Alchemy. Later efforts to recompile a Canon apparently met a similar fate following the Huang Chao rebellion of