C. Larre | Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée

The Lung

Transcribed and edited by Caroline Root

  • Verlag: Monkey Press
  • 2. ed. 1999, 159 pages


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This text is the first in a series of edited and illustrated lecture transcripts that include translations and commentaries on key Chinese texts.
Because this work is intently concerned with meanings and etymologies, it includes Chinese characters to encourage familiarity.
It shares with serious linguistic works a concentration on the careful selection of terms.
The authors are less concerned with the technical language of Chinese medicine and more intent upon the seminal concepts and their web of interwoven meanings. Practitioners familiar with and receptive to Larre’s work will welcome these transcripts.
Part of the Chinese Medicine From The Classics series.


C. Larre

C. Larre

Claude Larre sj (1919-2001) was a French sinologist. After taking a degree in Law at the Sorbonne, he entered a Jesuit Seminary at the age of 20. He spent five years in China at a very turbulent point in its history (1947-52), finally leaving for Hongkong when all foreign priests…

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée

Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée, Jahrgang 1949, ist eine international anerkannte Autorin, die sich im Bereich der TCM einen Namen gemacht hat. Dabei hat sie mit Autoren wie Larre und Dr. Jean Schatz zusammengearbeitet und interessante Werke erschaffen. Ihre Bücher sind in Französisch und Italienisch veröffentlicht worden, ebenfalls in Englisch.…