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Escape to magic. Mention of many works lost today. the South. 317. Eastern Chin: Era In the South: discussion about "Emptiness" of Six Mention of many works lost today. Dynasties (South) and Sixteen barbarian kingdoms (North). c. 300. Controversy between Taoists Taoist pamphlet which presents < previous page page_12 next page > If you like this book, buy it! html[13/07/2010 20:00:13] page_13 < previous page page_13 next page > Page 13 Buddhism 220. Introduction of Mahayana texts to China: Che-ch'ien in Nanking, 220225; texts interpreted with Taoist terminology.
Debars on the immortality of the soul. page_16 next page > If you like this book, buy it! html[13/07/2010 20:00:16] page_17 < previous page page_17 next page > Page 17 Buddhism Moo Shan School From 470. Buddhism is 467. Lu Hsiu-ching returns to court; construction of a monastery for him in almost state religion in Chekiang, where he keeps the manuscripts of the school. the North. 477. Death of Lu Hsiu-ching, who transmits the texts to Hsü Shu-piao of Lushan. 481. Emperor sends an emissary to Lu-shan, who takes away pan of the manuscripts.