Sacred Books of the East | Sacred Books of China

Sacred Books of the East; edited by Friedrich Max Müller

For a list of all the 49 volumes in the series see M. Winternitz (comp.), A General Index to the names and subject-matter of the Sacred Books of the East (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1910)  p. [xvii] (digitized: Internet Archive, book contributor: Universal Digital Library)

For the „Sacred Books of China“ see

Vol. 3: Texts of Confucianism

  • Digitized: (second edition: Oxford 1899): Internet Archive (book contributor: Universal Digital Library)

Vol. 16: Texts of Confucianism

  • Digitized: Internet Archive (digitizing sponsor: MSN; book contributor: Princeton Theological Seminary Library)

Vol. 19:  Fo-sho-hing-tsan-king, trans. Samuel Beal

  • Digitized: Internet Archive (digitizing sponsor: MSN; book contributor: Princeton Theological Seminary Library)

Vol. 27: Texts of Confucianism (Li Ki)

Vol. 28: Texts of Confucianism (Li Ki)

  • Digitized: Internet Archive (digitizing sponsor: MSN; book contributor: Princeton Theological Seminary Library)

Vol. 39: Texts of Taoism

  • Digitized: Internet Archive (digitizing sponsor: Internet Archive; book contributor: Boston Public Library)

Vol. 40: Texts of Taoism

  • Digitized: Internet Archive (digitizing sponsor: Internet Archive; book contributor: Boston Public Library)

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