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|Access:||http://www.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/archive/documents/religion/ihp041217/www.ihp.sinica.edu.tw/~medicine/ashm/lectures/lectures2004e.htm (downloaded 17-12-2004)|
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|Title:||Conference on religion and healing and the second meeting of Asian Society for the history of medicine / organized by Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica|
|Source:||Academia Sinica (16-19 Nov. 2004)|
|Description:||45 PDF, 3 HTML, 1 BMP, 1 GIF, 4 WD3 files (16,6 MB)|
|Contents:||Cholera in two contrasting pathies in nineteenth century India / Singh, Dhrub Kumar. -- Buddhist medical activities in inland China and its motives of practicing in ancient China / Chu Chien-p'ing. -- Between self-cultivation and the monastic code: tea and medicinal soup in the monastic life of the T'ang and Sung dynasties / Liu Shu-fen. -- Ayurvedic medical knowledge recorded in esoteric sutras of Chinese Tripitaka: a case of Kumàratantra or ›àlàkya / Ming Ch'en. -- From 'rice-porridge for bhikkhu & bhikkhun' to 'rice-porridge for the cultivation of life' / Ch'en Yüan-peng. -- Healers or patients: the shamans' roles and images in Taiwan / Lin Fu-shih. -- The illness accounts and denotations of "numerical diagrams" / Li tsung-k'un. -- Differentiations: Christian healing tradition / Wilhelmi, Barbara. -- Healing body, saving soul: medical missions to nineteenth-century China / Li Shang-jen. -- Improving the lives of women through evangelism, sympathy and science: Nineteenth and twentieth century women missionary doctors and local Chinese popular beliefs / Zaccarini, Cristina. -- From wife to missionary: Lillian Dickson's medical missions in post-war Taiwan / Lee, Yen-der. -- Medical care and religious healing in the clinical reality / Kajitani Shinji. -- The aetiology of illness in ancient Mesopotamia: on supernatural causes / Couto-Ferreira, Erica. -- Jews and healing in the middle ages: the harmonisation of Jewish beliefs with theories and practices of different Western medical traditions / Caballero-Navas, Carmen. -- The development of Galenico-Islamic medicine: assimilation of Greek sciences into Islam / Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz. -- Daoism and smallpox vaccination / Chiang Sheng. -- Song Dynasty Taoist medicine: a Hong Mai "Yijian zhi" based research / Ch'uang Hung-i. -- Sex and immortality: a tentative study on how Chinese sexual art impressed upon the idea to become better-beings in religious contexts / Umekawa Sumiyo. -- A study on religious therapy and concepts of disease from magic figures, incantation and tortoise shell divination in traditional Chinese medical literature / C'ang Hsien-che. -- Hallucinogens and Athanasia-medicine: the religious consciousness turn during Warring States, Qin and Han periods in China / Wang Chi-ch'ao|
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