Taoist Ritual in Chinese Society and History

By: John Lagerwey

Category: Philosophy

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Publisher: Macmillan 

Released Date: 1987

ISBN: 0028964802

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This is the first comprehensive English-language introduction to Taoist ritual both for the scholar and the general reader. In this splendid account, Taoism is presented as a system of religious symbol and action deeply rooted in centuries of Chinese social life.
In vivid detail, Lagerwey describes the intricacies of Taoist rituals as performed by a single Taoist priest in present-day Taiwan. With the methodology of a literary critic, he explains what the Taoist priests have done, and continue to do, as intercessors acting to protect their communities, and what these beliefs and practices mean to the followers 

Author: John Lagerwey

Publisher: Macmillan 

Released Date: 1987

ISBN: 0028964802

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