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  • Qu, Lifang; Garvey, Mary (West End, Qld, 2008)
    Traditional Chinese medicine and contemporary biomedicine have developed methodologies that observe and investigate the human body from different epistemological perspectives. Their conceptual differences have been a ...
  • Qu, Lifang; Garvey, Mary (J C M Health Ltd., 2001)
    Chinese medical classics describe the location and function of sanjiao (the Triple Energiser). Chinese medicine's conception of sanjiao is examined in this paper using references in the classical texts. Classical material ...
  • Qu, Lifang; Garvey, Mary (West End, Qld, 2009)
    According to the Huangdi Neijing, Suwen Chapter 8, the heart is the ruler of the body and the host for spirit brightness (shen ming). The paper examines the meaning and contribution of the heart with spirit brightness (xin ...
  • Qu, Lifang; Garvey, Mary (West End, Qld, 2009)
    According to the Huangdi Neijing, Suwen Chapter 8, the heart is the ruler of the body and the host for spirit brightness (shen ming). The paper examines the meaning and contribution of the heart with spirit brightness (xin ...
  • Garvey, Mary; Qu, Lifang (West End, Qld, 2008)
    The term shenzhi means 'spirit-mind' and refers to the five spirits (shen, hun, po, yi, zhi) of early Chinese medical theorising. The theory of shenzhi provides a conceptual model that helps to explain Chinese medicine's ...
  • Qu, Lifang; Garvey, Mary (EJOM, 2007)
    The Huangdi Neijing (Yellow Emperor's Inner Canon) contains numerous references to 'spirits' that are said to reside within the body. The term 'shen-zhi' means 'spirit-mind' and telescopes the five spirits {shen, hun, po, ...