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on 16 February 1999
Blofeld tries and suceeds at presenting the I-Ching as very interesting philosophical experience. His love and respect of the subject matter presents us with a less "rigid" translation of the text. Without dismissing Wilhelm's validity, he presents his own version, valuable as a ready-to-use oracle or as a source of insight into ancient chinese ways of thought. The man's devotion for the subject shows.
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on 2 July 2016
its alright. It's a little off topic in my opinion, its not the greatest translation although John. E. Blofeld is quite famous for translating acient chinese and japanese texts. But I dont really like it because the more I studies the iChing, it sortof does work if you interprete it correctly, but all the stuff about the force of the univerce and Taoism which is similar to buddhism in a waythat you have to blend with the universe but i dunno...
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on 27 January 2016
excellent
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on 26 February 1997
John Blofeld's I Ching is perhaps the easiest to use... This condensed Ching guides you to the essence of action... Easier to use than Wilhelms, complements that great work. While Wilhelms is left brained, Blofelds is right.
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on 2 October 2015
As described, as expected.
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