## Mathematical Acupuncture Theory 數學針灸論 01: Introduction 導論 by Kent PALMER 2017

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PALMER, K. (2016) Mathematical Acupuncture Theory 01: Introduction https://www.academia.edu/34653337/Mathematical_Acupuncture_Theory_01_Introduction In: . Presented at the Holonomic Medicinal Theory, Academia.edu, USA. Comments: http://www.yinyangbalance.asia/blog/mathematical-acupuncture-theory-01-introduction-by-kent-palmer/2801/.

Pascal tetrahedron 帕斯卡四面體 立體古法七椉方圖

Third Dimension platonic solids 3D 柏拉圖立體（三維等邊立體）

Forth Dimension Platonic solid 4D 柏拉圖立體（四維等邊立體）。Pentachoron 四面體 = Five Hsing (Wu Xing) 五行結構！

Abstract: In this paper will be presented a theory of Acupuncture based on mathematics. The main claim of this paper is that the Chinese originally developed Acupuncture Therapy on the basis of Higher Dimensional Mathematics. Acupuncture Medicine is based first and foremost on the Mathematics of higher dimensions and the synergies of the polytopes of the higher dimensions from Three to Nine. We follow B. Fuller 巴克敏斯特·富勒and extend his Synergetics （協同理論） to study higher dimensional polytopes. We find in them the foundations of Acupuncture Theory. We apply insights from Special Systems Theory（特殊系統論）, and Schemas Theory（模式論）in order to understand Acupuncture Theory better. We also apply ideas based on the Emergent Meta-system （湧現景觀系統？）and we connect those to the Japanese Game of Go (Wei Qi 圍棋in China) which like Acupuncture was developed in Ancient China. We construct a top down model of the Architecture of Acupuncture based on the structures of the Three through Seven dimensional polytopes. We target the understanding of Acupuncture as it appears in the Yellow Emperors Classic （黃帝內經）on Acupuncture as the original source of Acupuncture Medical practice with some sparing reference to later works as necessary. The purpose is to explain how Acupuncture Theory obtained its original structure and to explain its efficacy based on that structure.

# 2018 Workshop 工作坊: International Society for the Systems Sciences ISSS 62th conference Health and Systems Thinking Special Integration Group SIG Sunday Workshop #isss62 國際系統科學協會第62屆國際研討會健康與系統思維特別整合分組工作坊

1. Optimizing five principles

Systems Basics: Learning from the principles embedded in Nature to optimize the principles affecting human concentrations and consciousness – the systems thinking of the Eastern Five Aggregates Human Mind system as taught by Buddha
系統論基礎工作坊：從學習自然界法則來優化影響專注力及意識的法則 – 藉以理解人類思想的系統性與佛學五蘊的東方系統思維

2. Optimizing three principals

Optimizing five principals

Optimizing 13 principals

Systems Basics: Learning from the principles embedded in Nature to optimize the principles affecting Insomnia and consciousness – the systems thinking in the Eastern Taichi Yin-Yang Five Elements system in Traditional Chinese Medicine
系統論基礎工作坊：從學習自然界法則來優化影響失眠及意識的法則 – 藉以理解人類身體的系統性與中醫藥學之太極陰陽五行天地人的東方系統思維

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Call for Papers: Theme — Innovation and Optimization in Nature and Design

The 2018 ISSS Conference will explore foundational discoveries about the nature of complex systems which are now arising from research in systems disciplines such as Systems Biology, Systems Medicine, Systems Psychology, Systems Economics, Complexity Science and General Systems Research.

Over the last few decades many academic fields have developed systems specializations in order to investigate the systemic aspects of their subject areas, and in these areas there is a search for systems concepts and principles under such notions as design principles, organizing principles, channelling functions, and optimality principles.  The 2018 Conference of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS) will bring together these specialised strands of work, laying foundations for establishing the profound systems science that would enable us to design and optimize for elegant functionality and enduring value at any level of complexity.

We invite abstracts for presentation of papers, posters and workshops about the conference theme specifically or in connection with the themes of the ISSS’s Systems Integration Groups (SIGs) and Exploratory Groups, which are listed below.

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# 古中醫學會圖書館藏書 Ancient Balance Medicine Association Library Collection

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Chapter I: The research object, value and mission of Chinese History of Mathematics.

Chapter II: Research Methods and Requirements of Chinese History of Mathematics

Chapter III: The periodic division of Chinese History of Mathematics
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Part II The Budding of Chinese Mathematics

Chapter 1 The Budding of Mathematics in China

Chapter II Mathematics in the Oracle Times

Chapter 3 Mathematical knowledge manifested in the bronze script culture
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Part III Mathematics and calculations in the bamboo slip documentations in the Qin and Han dynasties

Chapter One The Time Background of Qin and Western Han Dynasty

Chapter 2 Bamboo slip “Arithmetic” and the third-order magic square

Chapter 3 Sporadic historical Mathematics data in the Bamboo Slip documentations

Chapter IV Calculations and Algorithms

Part IV Mathematics in the Astronomical Calendar and Engineering of Qin and Han Dynasty

Chapter 2 Approximate Score Calculation Method in “Three Successive Calendar System”

Chapter 3 Indefinite Analysis in the Han Dynasty Calendar—— Extrapolation of the Shang Yuan Accumulated Years

Chapter 4: Mathematics in Engineering Technology and Musical Instrumentation during the Qin and Han Dynasties

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### The Complete Collection of the History of Mathematics in China 中国数学史大系（第1卷/共8卷）

Author: 白尚恕 编
Pages: 432
Category: Science and Civilization in China 中國科學技術史
Publisher: 北京师大
Publication Date: 1998
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Signed? No
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# 古中醫學會圖書館藏書 Ancient Balance Medicine Association Library Collection

### 目录

Preface: Some Methodological Issues on “Research on the Relationship between Science and Confucianism”
preface
I. Restoration of Ancient Numbers——An Idea for Studying the History of Mathematics in the Late Ming and Early Qing Dynasty
II.Summary of the Research on the Interaction between Eastward Mathematics and Chinese Culture in Late Ming and Early Qing Dynasty
Chapter 1 The Cultural Environment of Communication and Change
I. The evolution of the names of Chinese mathematics disciplines and their cultural meanings
Second, Confucianism, Confucianism, Confucianism, Confucianism
Daru’s Understanding of Mathematics and Science in the East and the West
IV. The Division of Sources in Western Learning and Confucianism
Chapter II Achievements of External Communication
Second, the formation and development of the concept of communication between Chinese and Western mathematics
Third, mathematics in social and cultural interaction
IV. The Advancement of Mathematics Communication and Eastward Mathematics
Chapter III Case Study of External Computer Communication
First, why the translation of “geometry original”
Second, Xu and Li translated “Geometry Original” some historical facts
Third, “geometry” was not geometry
IV. Chinese abacus and axiomatization in the late Ming and early Qing Dynasty
Chapter IV Case study of internal calculation
I. Overview of the internal calculation in the late Ming and early Qing Dynasty
Second, Xue Fengzhen’s Chinese and Western Affairs Inspection Association and Calendar Reform
Third, using scientific methods to achieve the purpose of inspection purposes
Fourth, mathematics and internal and external calculations of translocation
Chapter 5 The Evolution of Mathematical Communication and the Concept of “Li”
First, mathematics and “physical” highlight
Second, mathematics will pass and “to the” transformation
Third, the mathematics will pass the threat of “Zioni”
Fourth, the scientific discourse space in the late Ming and early Qing
Conclusion
First, the Chinese and Western Mathematics Association
Second, the “transmutation” of traditional mathematics and science
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postscript

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### (Integration and Transmutation - The meeting of Western mathematical ideas with traditional Chinese mathematical and Confucius philosophies in the late Ming and early Qing Dynasties) 会通与嬗变(明末清初东传数学与中国数学及儒学理的观念的演化)(精)

Author: 宋芝业
Pages: 460
Category: Mathematics 數學 道象理數 算術
Publisher: Shanghai ancient books publishing house
Publication Date: 2016
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# (Zen and Five Elements) 禅解五行篇

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### (Zen and Five Elements) 禅解五行篇

Author: 弘音
Pages: 178
Category: Mathematics 數學 道象理數 算術
Publisher: Central Compilation & Translation Press
Publication Date: 2017
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《五行》篇是我国儒家早期经典著作。1973年长沙马王堆汉墓出土了大量文物，其中包括帛书《五行》篇，并被国务院收录《国家珍贵古籍名录》中。本经与《论语》《大学》和《中庸》的思想一脉相承，注重的是人的道德养成，这对于现代社会主义核心价值观的建设具有重要的参考意义和价值。目前对这一经典的研究著作较少，在仅有的十几部研究著作中，几乎都集中在考据、辨义、训诂等方面，弘音著的《禅解五行篇》在对《五行》篇进行解析的基础上，从禅学的角度深入发掘其思想内涵，以使广大读者了解古人的智慧，弘扬祖国优秀传统文化。
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# 古中醫學會圖書館藏書 Ancient Balance Medicine Association Library Collection

Preface

Chapter 1 A Brief Introduction to Taiji Tai Xuan System from Periodic Movement and Three-dimensional Perspective

I. Four representations of Tai Chi system

Second, Taiyuan Xuan system and second and third systems

Third, the brief introduction of Daxuan system

Chapter II The Periodic Changes of Chemical Elements and Their Hyperspace and Space-time Structure

I. The completeness of the cycle of chemical elements–The structure of the cycle and the end of the cycle

Second, the chemical element cycle Taiji Tai Xuan structure shows several properties

Third, easy to learn space and reality space

Chapter III The Periodic Movement of the Moon-Sun System and Its Temporal and Taiji Structure

I. Studying the New Development of the Moon-Day Movement with the Principle of Yi-ology

Second, the monthly operation cycle and Taiji Tai Xuan model comparison

III. The regressive movement of the moon’s distant (near) locations and the structure of the 60-feature elephants. IV. Sources and scientific content of the method of dry branches

The Meanings of the Five and Five Elements and the Application of the Breakthrough of the Origin of the Chinese Medicine “Five Movements and Six Gases”

Chapter 4 The Correspondence between the Polar Shift Chandler Cycle and the TCM Cycle of Five Transports and Six Gases

I. About the Moon Day Cycle

Second, on the polar movement Chandler cycle

III. Correspondence between TCM’s five-transport and six-gas cycle and its polar movement to Chandler’s cycle

Fourth, on the summary of the monthly cycle of the moon, can an epoch be calculated?

The fifth chapter also talk about “Laozi” is right and wrong

First, Lao Tzu’s collection of ancient methodological studies has become a monograph to comprehensively expound the simple dialectic method.

II. Comparison of Understanding and Modern Understanding of Dialectics between Yi, Lao, and Tai Xuan

Third, also talk about the evaluation of “Laozi” The sixth chapter Taiji Tai Xuan model content, universality and application prospects

1. The tai-hyeon system is a universal mathematical model of the material cycle movement – discussion on space-time

Second, Tai Chi Tai Xuan model content and its calculation rules

Third, study the practical significance of the Taiji Tai Xuan model

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### Tai ji tai xuan ti xi: Pu shi gui lü di yi xue tan ao (Mandarin Chinese Edition) (Taichi Taiyin System) 太极太玄体系

Author: Jun Zheng 郑军
Pages: 155
Category: Science and Civilization in China 中國科學技術史
Publisher: jing xiao Xin hua shu dian
Publication Date: 1992
Finished? No
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Discussing "Chou i" and "T°ai hsèuan ching" and their relations to natural sciences. 序 引言 第一章 从周期运动和三维角度对太极太玄体系作一简单介绍 一、太极体系的四种表示形式 二、太极大玄体系和二、三进制 三、大玄体系的扼要介绍 第二章 化学元素的周期变化及其太极大玄时空结构 一、关于化学元素周期的完整性－－周期的结构和始点终点问题 二、化学元素周期太极太玄结构表现出来的几种性质 三、易学空间与现实空间 第三章 月地日系统的周期运动及其时空的太极太玄结构 一、以易学原理研究月地日运动的新进展 二、月地运行周期与太极太玄模型的对比 三、月亮远（近）地点的回归运动和60 特征点的卦象结构四、干支纪年方法的来源及其科学内容 五、五行的含义及其应用中医“五运六气” 起源的破译 第四章 极移钱德勒周期与中医五运六气周期关系的对应 一、关于月地日周期 二、关于极移钱德勒周期 三、中医五运六气周期及其与极移钱德勒周期的对应 四、关于月地日周期的小结，一历元可推算吗？ 第五章 也谈《老子》的是与非 一、《老子》集古代方法论研究之大成，从而成为全面阐述朴素辩证法的专著 二、《易》、《老》、《太玄》对辩证法运动的认识与现代认识的比较 三、也谈《老子》的评价第六章 太极太玄模型的内容、普适性和应用前景 一、太极大玄体系是物质周期运动的普适数学模型——关于时空的讨论 二、太极太玄模型的内容及其演算规则 三、研究太极太玄模型的实用意义 Preface Chapter 1 A Brief Introduction to Taiji Tai Xuan System from Periodic Movement and Three-dimensional Perspective I. Four representations of Tai Chi system Second, Taiyuan Xuan system and second and third systems Third, the brief introduction of Daxuan system Chapter II The Periodic Changes of Chemical Elements and Their Hyperspace and Space-time Structure I. The completeness of the cycle of chemical elements--The structure of the cycle and the end of the cycle Second, the chemical element cycle Taiji Tai Xuan structure shows several properties Third, easy to learn space and reality space Chapter III The Periodic Movement of the Moon-Sun System and Its Temporal and Taiji Structure I. Studying the New Development of the Moon-Day Movement with the Principle of Yi-ology Second, the monthly operation cycle and Taiji Tai Xuan model comparison III. The regressive movement of the moon's distant (near) locations and the structure of the 60-feature elephants. IV. Sources and scientific content of the method of dry branches The Meanings of the Five and Five Elements and the Application of the Breakthrough of the Origin of the Chinese Medicine "Five Movements and Six Gases" Chapter 4 The Correspondence between the Polar Shift Chandler Cycle and the TCM Cycle of Five Transports and Six Gases I. About the Moon Day Cycle Second, on the polar movement Chandler cycle III. Correspondence between TCM's five-transport and six-gas cycle and its polar movement to Chandler's cycle Fourth, on the summary of the monthly cycle of the moon, can an epoch be calculated? The fifth chapter also talk about "Laozi" is right and wrong First, Lao Tzu's collection of ancient methodological studies has become a monograph to comprehensively expound the simple dialectic method. II. Comparison of Understanding and Modern Understanding of Dialectics between Yi, Lao, and Tai Xuan Third, also talk about the evaluation of "Laozi" The sixth chapter Taiji Tai Xuan model content, universality and application prospects 1. The tai-hyeon system is a universal mathematical model of the material cycle movement - discussion on space-time Second, Tai Chi Tai Xuan model content and its calculation rules Third, study the practical significance of the Taiji Tai Xuan model
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# Five Elements Body Type and Chinese Preventive Medicine 五形人与治未病 ISBN:9787507751673

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preface
Treatment of the truth
Huang Di Nei Jing Ling Shu Yin Yang 25 people
Chapter 1 discusses life
The first section of interpretation
Section II Image of Life
The third section of life
The fourth section of life quality
Section 5 Quality of Life
Section VI Interior of Life
Section 7 Life Code
Chapter 2 on the number of space-time operations
The first section on Yin and Yang
The second section discusses the five elements
The third section on the river map
The fourth quarter on Luoshu
Section V on Ganzhi
Section VI on Eight Diagrams
The seventh section on the five games and six gas
The third chapter on the gas
The first section on the vitality
The second section on popular
Section Three on Zong Qi
Section IV on the health of the camp
The fifth section on essence
Section VI on the pulse of gas
Section 7 on the Zang
Chapter IV On Blood
The first section discusses the metaphysics of blood
The second section discusses the circulation of blood
Section 3 on the role of blood
Chapter 5 on the meridians
The first section discusses
Section 3 on Human Body Pulses
The fourth section on the twelve classics blood
The fifth section on human body acupoints
The sixth chapter on the organs
The first section discusses the visceral heart system
The second section discusses the liver system of organs
The third section discusses the spleen system of organs
Section IV on the organs of the lung system
Section V on the kidney system of organs
Chapter Seven Secrets of Five Shaped People
The first section of the five-character identification
The second section of the five-shaped temperament
The third quarter of five changes in popularity
Chapter VIII: The five-shaped person cures the disease
The first quarter five-shaped person “day and state” change the path
Section II “Troika” cures the disease
The first adjustment of life and rest
Second practice guide
The third taking paste side
The ninth chapter of the treatment of the disease is not selected
Attachment 1: Five steps to cure the disease
Attachment 2: The five-shaped person cures the sick song
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### Five Elements Body Type and Chinese Preventive Medicine 五形人与治未病

Author: 史士昊
Pages: 465
Category: Science and Civilization in China 中國科學技術史
Publisher: 学苑出版社
Publication Date: 2017
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# Heaven * authentic humanity: the quasi-Chinese scientific thinking (The Tao of Heaven-Earth-Human Chinese-Trinity: The scientific thinking of Traditional Chinese Medicine) 天道·地道·人道:中医科学性的准思考 ISBN: 9787507734669

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1·所言“节”者，神气所游行出入也，非皮肉筋骨也
2．气血在人体经脉的运行与天地纲纪十二支直接对应
3．中医命名人体器官的依据是“天人相应”规律

1．“感性直观经验”论抽掉了中医学活的灵魂
2．“不知年之所加，气之盛衰，虚实之所起，不可以为工矣”

1．不揭示阴阳五行、八卦、干支的准确含义，中医自身就缺乏活力
2．母语流失，文化贬值，中医、中华传统科学思想文化丧失了合法话语权
3．“学术不分中西”的恶果
4．中医自我的悲哀在于没有找回能够正确指引航向的罗盘

1．古人一定不会以为木生火即钻木可以取火，水生木即树木得水才能繁荣
2．阴阳五行、八卦、干支与彝族十月历
3．十二支纪十二月的历法
4．阴阳五行八卦起源于河图洛书，河图洛书与彝族十月历息息相通
5．依据二十四节气划分的十干、十二支与八卦

1．阴阳五行学说与基本粒子学说都是美丽优雅的普世真理
2．澄清特异功能与“气功”之间的区别，破解阴阳五行头顶上的伪科学紧箍咒

1．共同的尺度从哪里来
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The scientific nature of Chinese medicine must be demonstrated. Otherwise, the promotion and popularization of Chinese medicine in China is an empty phrase. “Tiandao·Tao·Humanism: A quasi-thinking of the scientific nature of Chinese medicine”, using the observational knowledge of the equatorial coordinate system, shows the concept of scientific space-time that is comparable to modern astronomy in ancient Chinese astronomy. Using the laws of the five planets to change, the principles of the yin and yang eternal principles are illustrated. The irrefutable historical facts introduced the accurate connotation of the scientific theory of “chi” in the Chinese civilization. On the basis of confirming the scientific nature of the calendar, it is the first time to confirm the scientific nature of TCM academic theory. It can not only inspire more scholars of related disciplines, but also focus on the scientific nature of Chinese medicine from a broader perspective and far-reaching space, and it is very helpful in enhancing the understanding and interpretation of the scientific nature of Chinese medicine both at home and abroad.

The scientific issues of Chinese medicine have always been controversial. The organs and meridians named in traditional Chinese medicine do not directly correspond to the anatomized human organs. Instead, they directly correspond to the yin and yang elements of five lines, eight lines, ten dry lines, and twelve lines. The yin and yang of the Five Elements and Eight Guards, and the dry support of these numbers are ancient Chinese philosophers. According to the diversion of the Beidou, the calendar of the mutual induction of the five planets’ migration and climate change was established.

The traditional Chinese science, technology, and ideological and cultural knowledge involved in this book has profoundly revealed the intrinsic scientific and technological content of many intangible cultural heritages. It should be said that these contents are even more precious than intangible cultural heritages, and they deserve to be widely publicized and promoted. .

Introduction Chinese medicine is black box or crystal ball
Part I Where is the origin of TCM academic theory?
Absence of Chinese medicine professionals in revealing scientific issues in TCM
I. Cases Related to Death Penalty, Death Penalty, and Death-Returning
Second, without confirming the scientific nature of Chinese medicine, the advantages and characteristics of Chinese medicine are difficult to be recognized.
Third, the scientific nature of the five elements of yin and yang is the starting point for exploring the scientific nature of TCM academic theory
Fourth, the five elements of yin and yang communicate with the spring, summer, long summer, autumn and winter seasons.
V. Necessary to jointly reveal the scientific nature of TCM academic theory with professionals in other disciplines
A Western medicine doctor, different from the same medical
I. Chinese medicine does not name human organs by anatomical objects
1. Those who say “festival” in their speech, and that they march in and out of the air, are not skinny bones.
2. The direct relationship between the operation of human blood meridians and the twelve branches of the heaven and earth disciplines
3. The basis of traditional Chinese medicine for naming human organs is the “law of nature”
Second, Chinese medicine does not use physiology, pathology, and biochemistry as the basic theory
1. The Theory of “Perceptual Intuitive Experience” Pulled out the Living Soul of Chinese Medicine
2. “I don’t know what the year is, the ups and downs of the air, and the real and the real, it can’t be a job.”
Third, Chinese medicine is not treated with Western medicine
Fourth, get rid of the Western way of thinking
1. Do not reveal the exact meaning of yin and yang elements, gossip, and dry branches. Chinese medicine itself lacks vitality.
2. Loss of mother tongue, devaluation of culture, traditional Chinese medicine, traditional Chinese scientific ideology and culture lost its right to speak
3. The Causes of “Academic Division of China and the West”
4. The sadness of self-cultivation of Chinese medicine lies in not finding a compass that can correctly guide the course.
Yin and yang, five elements, gossip, stem and twenty-four solar terms are the roots of traditional Chinese medicine theory
First, the covered yin and yang elements, gossip, and dry branches
Second, the yin and yang elements, the gossip, and the dry support can only be restored to the 24th solar terms.
1. The ancients must not think that wood fires are drillable fires;
2. Yin and Yang Five Elements, Eight Diagrams, Ganzhi and the Yi People’s October Calendar
3. December Calendar of the Twelve Branches
4. The yin and yang gossip originated from He Tuluo. He Tuluo and the Yi’s October Calendar are connected.
5. According to the twenty-four solar terms divided ten dry, twelve and gossip
Three, ten dry and twelve branch phenology basis
Fourth, the root of traditional Chinese medicine theory
V. Determination of Truth Through Practical Knowledge of Ancient Chinese Astronomy
Yin Yang Five Elements – Beautiful and Elegant Worldly Truth
First, the difference between yin and yang and the five seasons
Second, yin and yang: the concept of scientific material generation in Chinese medicine and Chinese civilization
1. The yin and yang theory of five elements and basic particle theory are all beautiful and elegant universal truths
2. Clarify the distinction between specific functions and “Qigong” and break the pseudo-scientific spells on the top of the yin and yang elements
Third, there will not be only one scientific system, nor will there be only one objective truth.
1. Where do common dimensions come from?
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Part II Space-time Background of Yinyang, Wuxing, Bagua, Ganzhi, 24 Solar Terms
The third part of the gas science theory in the framework of heaven and earth
The fourth series is based on the essence of true Chinese medicine

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### Heaven * authentic humanity: the quasi-Chinese scientific thinking (The Tao of Heaven-Earth-Human Chinese-Trinity: The scientific thinking of Traditional Chinese Medicine) 天道·地道·人道:中医科学性的准思考

Author: WU WEI 吴维
Pages: 293
Category: Mathematics 數學 道象理數 算術
Publisher: 学苑
Publication Date: 1991
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# (The Science and Civilization in China: Medicine Volume) Zhongguo ke xue ji shu shi (Mandarin Chinese Edition) 中国科学技术史:医学卷 (精装) ISBN: 9787030061607

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General order
The first pre-Qin period
Chapter 1 The Origin of Medicine
The first section of the role of instinct
The Second Witch Doctor and Witchcraft
A point of view of “medical origins from witches”
Two original religions and medicine
Three Witchcraft Structures
Four Witchcraft Forces and Methods of Transfer
Five Sorcery’s Position in Medicine
The third section of the theory of the origin of a variety of ways
Accumulation and summary of an experience
The speciality of the theory of two meridians
The relationship between the three and ancient philosophy
Section IV The Origin of Health Care
The use of a fire
II Improvement of living conditions
Three drinking water hygiene
Four clothing
Chapter 2 Accumulation of Early Medical Knowledge
Section 1 Medical Knowledge System with Chinese Culture as the Core
Section II Understanding of Disease
The concept of a disease
The name and type of disease
The cause of the three diseases
The third section of drug knowledge
The concept of a drug
The Drug Knowledge in Shan Hai Jing
Three wines and medicine, medicine
Section IV External Treatment
a massage
Two moxibustion
Three needles
Chapter III Formation of Medical System
A medical system
Second Medical Branch
Third, the inheritance of medical knowledge
The composition of four medicines
Section II Medical Theory
The theory of pulse
Two internal organs
The Use of Sanyinyang Theory
The use of four or five lines of theory
Section III Health Education
A concept of health
Two Forms of Shaping
Sanitarianism
The fourth quarter famous doctors
Yu Yue
Two medical doctors and doctors
Three flat and Qin Yue people
Four texts
The second part of Qin and Han Dynasties
Chapter IV Medicine of Qin and Western Han Dynasty
Section 1 Medical Works and Important Persons
A Mawangdui Unearthed Medical Register
The Zhangjiashan Han Jian Ji Ke and Cishu
Three Suiyang Han Jian “All Things”
Four tips and their “diagnosis”
Five present editions of The Yellow Emperor’s Internal Classic – Su Wen and Lingshu
Section II Establishment of Basic Medical Theory
The formation of a pulse theory system
Second Anatomy Knowledge and Medical Theory
Three understanding of the disease
Section III Diagnostic Techniques
A look
Second cut
Section IV Treatment Technology
Acupuncture therapy
Two drug therapy
The establishment of the fifth section of Herbalism
The concept of a “Materia Medica”
The emergence of the name of the two herbs
Section VI Health Road and Room Surgery
One Immortal Xian Fang and health
Two health methods
Three “room” technique
Section 7 Medical System
Chapter V Medicine of Eastern Han and Three Kingdoms
Section 1 Medical Works and Famous Medical Doctors
A “The Yellow Emperor Ming Tang Jing”
Two “The Yellow Emperor Eighty-one Difficulties”
Three “Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing”
Four Zhang Zhongjing and The Treatise on Febrile and Miscellaneous Diseases
Wuhuan
Six Wu Pu and Wu Pu Materia Medica
Qi Guoyu, Lu Guang, Dong Feng
Section II Pharmacology and Formulae
A scholastic development
Two drug dosage forms
Three alchemy and mineral medicine
Quartet learning
Section 3 Characteristics of the Times of Medical Development
The establishment of a school of “typhoid fever”
Second Luck Theory
The Combination of Sanyinyang, Five Elements and Medicine
Four sex, life double cultivation of health
Section IV Medical System
The sixth chapter two Jin medicine
Section 1 Important Medical Characters and Works
One Uncle Wang Shuhe and The Pulses
The Second Emperor and “Acupuncture and Moxibustion”
Sange Hong and Elbow Emergency Preparedness
Section 2 Characteristics of the Times of Medical Development
The beginning of the prosperity of the party
Two Buddhas and Taoism
Three Stones
The independent development of four moxibustion
Section III Medical System
The third part of the Southern and Northern Dynasties and the Tang Dynasty
Chapter VII Medicine of the Southern and Northern Dynasties
Section 1 Medical Development and Its Features
Section 2 Influence of Daoist Buddhism on Medical Development
An Alchemy and Alchemist
The Influence of Erdaoism and Its Works on Medical Theory
The Influence of Sanzhao Medical and Buddhist Medicine on Traditional Medicine
Section III Famous Doctors and Medical Registers
Yi Yanzhi and Xiao Ping Fang
The Second of Liu Yizi and Liu Yizi’s Left Behind
Sanzhao Chenghe and “Zhi Cheng’s Last Book”
Four Yao Yao and “Set prescription”
The East China Sea Xu Family
Liu Guan Tao Li Family
Seven Goyang Family Hsu
Eight Rivers Cui Family
Nine Interpretations of Shen Shi et al
From ten yuan
Eleven Wang Xian
Twelve times
Thirteen weeks
Fourteen sheep
15th Qin Chengzu
Sixteen Wang Wei
Section IV Development of Pharmacology
A “Ben Cao Jing Ji”
Two specialist herbal medicine
Three maps
Four Herbs and Planting Herbs
Five herbs
Roppongi and other
Section 5 Development of Etiology and Diagnostics
The development of an etiology
Second, the development of diagnostic technology
Section 6 Development of Acupuncture and Moxibustion
Section 7 Development of Clinical Medicine
An internal medicine
Second surgery
Three Obstetricians
Four pediatrics
Five Five Officials
Section VIII Medical System
Chapter Eight Sui and Tang Medicine
Section I Basic Features of Medical Development in Sui Tang
Infiltration of a Buddhist medicine
Compilation of two large medical books
Three medical classic notes
Four attention to special disease research
Wuxing Medical Education
Section II Famous Doctors and Books
A Nested Yuanfang and “Theory of Diseases and Diseases”
Sun Shuangyi and Qianjin Fang
Three Kings and “Taiwan Secrets”
Four Yin Yin and “Production Po”
Five Right and “Mingtang Human Figure”
Liu Yangshan and “Huang Di Neijing Tai Su”
Seven Kings Ice and The Yellow Emperor Neijing
Gossip Man and “Lessons Divorce”
Nine Zhang Wenzhong
The third section of the development of herbal medicine
An official repair grass
Compilation of two maps
Three diet herbs
Four overseas drug monographs
Five “Herbal Supplements”
Section IV Development of Medical Theory and Diagnostic Techniques
a medical theory
Diagnose technology
Section 5 Development of Acupuncture and Moxibustion
Acupuncture map
Second Acupuncture Monograph
Three acupuncture clinical
Section 6 Development of Clinical Medicine
An internal medicine
Second trauma department
Three Obstetricians
Four pediatrics
Fifty-five disciplines and dentistry
Six massages
Section 7 Medical System
Yishang Pharmacy
Two drug reservoirs
Santai Medical Department
Four local medical institutions
Chapter 9 Formation and Development of Tibetan Medicine
The first section of Tibetan medicine theory
a physiological theory
Second Anatomy and Embryology
Three types of human body theory
Four etiology
Diagnosis and treatment of five Tibetan medicine
The second quarter of the month Wang pharmacy
The third section Yu Tuo Ning Ma Yuangong Gong Bu and “Four Medical Books”
A brief biography
Two “Four Medical Codes”
……
The fourth Song Jinyuan Period
The fifth article of the Ming and Qing Dynasties
The sixth chapter of Chinese and foreign medical exchanges
Index
Postscript
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### (The Science and Civilization in China: Medicine Volume) Zhongguo ke xue ji shu shi (Mandarin Chinese Edition) 中国科学技术史:医学卷 (精装)

Author: Yuqun Liao 廖育群
Pages: 512
Category: Science and Civilization in China 中國科學技術史
Publisher: Ke xue chu ban she 科学出版社
Publication Date: 1998
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# Chinese remainder theorem: the sum of the Construction of Chinese History Timeline(Chinese Edition) 中国剩余定理:总数法构建中国历史年表 ISBN: 9787560350899

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§1 韩信点兵
§2 物不知总
§3 孙子定理
§4 “百鸡问题”
§5 求五星会合周期的公倍数

§1 秦九韶传承了《缀术》
§2 “大衍求一术”是衍化方阵的方法
§3 连分数与商数列

§1 更相减损求等数
§2 乘加迭代找乘率
§3 最 佳渐近分数与秦一左定理

§1 刘徽的开方术
§2 祖冲之更开密法
§3 用古法解一元二次方程

§1 从“程行相及”谈起
§2 注释“古历会积”介绍总数法
§3 用消元法（演纪法）求总数
§4 祖冲之的上元积年数

§1 岁差
§2 “治历推闰”
§3 日月交食周期

§1 岁星纪年法与岁星超辰
§2 历元定于公元1962年2月5日
§3 249个五星聚为构建《五千年中国历史年表》打基础
§4 “五星聚于房”与武王伐纣
§5 公元前2289年“辰弗集于房”
§6 炎帝“七曜起于天关”在公元前2863年

§1 周期运动的轨道方程
§2 万物周期运动的中心力场与势函数
§3 量子数竹与原子结构
§4 万有引力斥力公式的发现过程

§1 多项式理论中与它相似的定理
§2 交换环理论中的直和分解定理
§3 赋值论中的逼近定理

Chapter 0 From “Hanshin Soldier” to “Grandson Theorem”
§1 Han Xin Bingbing
§ 2 things do not know
§3 Grandson Theorem
§4 “The problem of chickens”
§5 Seeking the common multiple of the five-star convergence period
Chapter 1 Proving Some Competition Questions with Sun Theorem
Chapter 2 Saying the Great Descent of Zu Chong
§1 Qin Jiuyi inherited the “Decoration Technique”
§2 “Big Exhortation” is a method of deriving a phalanx
§ 3 consecutive scores and quotient columns
Chapter 3 From “Qin Yi Zuo Table” to “Qin Yi Zuo Theorem”
§1 More derogation loss equal number
§ 2 multiplication plus iteration rate
§3 Best Asymptotic Fraction and Qin Yi Zuo Theorem
Chapter 4 Zuchong’s Use of the Best Approach to Formulation – Opening Power
§1 Liu Hui’s prescription
§2 Zu Chongzhi’s more secret method
§3 Using the ancient method to solve a quadratic equation
Chapter 5 Zu Chong uses the inside and outside approximation method to find the pi
Chapter 6 Solving Indefinite Equations with the Total Method and Elimination Method
§1 From the perspective of “process and phase”
§2 Commentary “Ancient Calendar Convergence” Introduction to Total Number Method
§3 Use total elimination method
§4 Zuo Chongzhi’s Upper Element Accumulated Years
Chapter 7 Precession of the “administrative calendar” delivery cycle
§ 1 precession
§ 2 “Placing the government”
§ 3 day and month food delivery cycle
Chapter 8 Finalizing the “Five Stars” with the Total Method
§ 1 year old star age method and age super star
§2 The epoch is scheduled for February 5, 1962 AD
§ 3 249 five-star gatherings laid the foundation for the construction of a “five-thousand-year Chinese chronology”
§ 4 “Five Stars in the House” and King Wu
§ 5 2289 BC “Chen Fu Set in the House”
§ 6 Yandi “Seven Pillars Began at Tianguan” in 2863 BC
Chapter 9 The Road to the Revolution of Everything
§ 1 orbital equation of periodic motion
§2 The center force field and potential function of the periodic motion
§3 Quantum number bamboo and atomic structure
§4 The discovery process of gravitational repulsion formula
Chapter 10 Generalization to Polynomial Theory
§1 Similar theorems in polynomial theory
§2 The direct sum decomposition theorem in the theory of exchange rings
§3 Approximation Theorem in Assignment Theory
Appendix 1 Ratio of Common Multiples Ni to Ti for the Five-Star Convergence Period Ti
Appendix 2 Astrology and constellation diagrams located near the ecliptic
Appendix 3 Comparison between the 12-star and the 28-sugar and the longitude of the ecliptic
Appendices 4 Years of Age, Years of Ganzhi, and Years of the Lunar Year-by-year Comparison of the Five Stars and Five Years of Chinese Chronology (Compact Version)
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### Chinese remainder theorem: the sum of the Construction of Chinese History Timeline(Chinese Edition) 中国剩余定理:总数法构建中国历史年表

Author: ZUO QUAN RU . LIU PEI JIE 左铨如
Pages: 154
Category: Mathematics 數學 道象理數 算術
Publisher: Harbin Institute of Technology Press 哈尔滨工业大学出版社
Publication Date: 2015
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Signed? No
First Edition? No