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I Ching's translations

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October 9, 2012

These translations are based on the ancient Chinese text and give their interpretation of the comments. The I Ching or Book of Changes by Richard Wilhelm (translated by Cary F Baynes, Princeton University Press) has been for a long time the first choice when starting the study of the I Ching, because Wilhelm's explanations allow to understand the meaning of many lines and hexagrams. However the classical study raises a number of questions that we are going to examine.

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