By Ji Jianghong
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In the imperial cult, the Yellow Emperor is constantly assimilated to Taiyi, expression of sovereign power and co mpass fo r human co nduct , just as the sovereign carries out his civilizing work by circulating in the Hall of 11 Light. The center of power is like the hub of Laozi's wheel which, because it is itself empty of all particularity and specification, holds the wheel together and enables it to turn. If we imagine the spokes emanating from this hub as leading to the specific places of local society, we must ask of what the spokes are made that they can link hub to wheel?
G Read in this light, the lack of sacrifice to Di in the Shang would be precisely what implies transcendence: the origin or foundation of a system - its premise - must be outside the system. In the rest of the chapter by Jean Levi just cited, he shows how, in the late pre- and early imperial periods, the contending schools of thought characteristic of the Warring States (481-221 BC) sought, each in its own way, to prepare and then justify a unified political order. For the Confucians the key concept was Ii fl, ritual, for the Legalists fa 7*, norm, and for the Daoists dao ilt, way.
Gh ost: 46 China: A Religious State "The Buddha is a benevolent deity who does not concern himself with such trivial matters; every night Zhenwu unbinds his hair, grasps his sword, and flies from the roof. I carefully avoid him, that's all. ,,91 He was to become, as well, the alter ego of the emperor. The process begins in the Northern Song when, according to Shin-yi Chao, no fewer than five emperors - Zhenzong, Renzong, Shenzong (r. 1067-1087), Huizong, and Qinzong (r. " The Southern Song emperor Xiaozong (r.