Defining religion as avalue systems in practicea, Modern Chinese Religion is a multi-disciplinary work that shows the processes of rationalization and interiorization at work in the rituals, self-cultivation practices, thought, and iconography of Buddhism, Daoism, and Confucianism in the 10th-14th centuries.In Song times cremation reached its climax, when ten to thirty percent of the deceased were cremated. ... A remarkable form of interment of ashes took place in the case of Ma Zhiwen ebncaaol, dynasty-founding duke of the ... They both belonged to Chinese hanren a¼caoo or haner a¼ca families in service of the Liao dynasty.
|Title||:||Modern Chinese Religion I (2 vol.set)|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2014-12-08|