I-Yüan: the garden of marvels : a collection of Chinese stories of the supernatural from the fifth century A.D
One of the most difficult tasks which faces the historian of any age and culture is to rid himself of the layers of unconscious assumptions and hindsights which time has placed between him and the people whom he wishes to understand. This problem is undoubtedly as much an emotional and intuitive as an intellectual one. The world picture of the people of the past may often be comprehended intellectually through direct statements by the writers and philosophers of the period, but even in...[Show more]
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