I Ching

Chinese - The first of the 9 major works of the Confucian canon, dealing with natural phenomena. One of the Five Classics. This work, in sixty-four parts, was written by Wen Wang and his son, Chou I, and uses diagrams made up of horizontal lines, said to have been invented by Fu-hsi. The latter part contains observations by Confucius, linking Taoist and Confucian thought. Also commonly referred to as I Ching, Book of Changes, Book of Changes, Chong Yok, Korean Chong Yok or Korean Chong Yok.

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