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Hsi-tzu is book of the fifth-century b.c.e. I Ching, which was in all likelihood composed by scholars not in sympathy with prevailing Daoist thought. The book stresses mythology such as that of the Chinese emperor-god Fuxi.


Subjects: Religion.

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