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||Documents relating an application by Prof. Norman J. Girardot for a Fulbright Award for proposed research on 'James Legge (1815-1897) and the Study of Chinese Religion'
||Letter from Raymond J. Barnett of the California State University, U.S.A. explaining his interest in Taoism and asking for Joseph Needham's advice on Taoist temples to visit on a forthcoming visit to China
||Letter from Norman Girardot of Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. about a forthcoming visit to Oxford to work on his book on James Legge and related documents
||Letter from Prof. John Adair of the University of Surrey about Chinese philosophy and its relevance to leadership and copy of Joseph Needham's reply
||Correspondence with Ursula King of the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds, about the M. A. thesis of Allerd Strikker on 'parallels between Teilhard de Chardin and Taoism'
||Letter from Dirk Van Nuffel in Brussels about his study of Chinese and Taoism and copy of Joseph Needham's reply
||Letter from ??? [Ho Chhi-Chung / He Qizhong] of South-Eastern Minority People's Normal College, Kweichow, China about the influence of Taoism on modern science and copy of Joseph Needham's reply
||Correspondence with Rémi Mathieu about his translation of 'Huainan zi [??? / Huai Nan Tzu]' into French
||Two letters from Jake Tilson, Editor of the magazine 'Atlas' asking for help to find an author for a short feature on the subject of 'Wu' ? and for permission to use excerpts from 'Science and Civilisation in China, Volume 2'
||Letter from R. Gordon Wasson of Danbury, Connecticut, U.S.A., on the 'subject of entheogenic ('hallucinogenic') mushrooms' and copy of related pages from Wasson's book entitled 'Perspehone's Quest: Entheogens and the Origins of Religion'
||Two letters from David M. Davies at Peking University, China about his research into longevity
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