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By Walter Benjamin

Diario de Moscú narra las vivencias de Walter Benjamin cuando viajó a Rusia, entre diciembre de 1926 y febrero de 1927, para rexlexionar sobre l. a. conveniencia de afiliarse al Partido Comunista Ruso. Diario de Moscú es el único documento íntimo que dejó este gran filósofo. Incluye narraciones de su vida cotidiana, desencuentros amorosos, problemas con amistades y reflexiones sobre los angeles historia y los angeles política rusas.

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8 In this critique, astrology, like religion generally, is an opiate that keeps the masses from revolting against the oppressive system. This view of divination has some basis—the text of Yijing, especially the Zhouyi, as well as later Confucian interpreters never questions the hegemonic system of government. Historically, divination has certainly served power interests,9 but it has also served as a vehicle for social criticism and even to inspire rebellion. Divination, like religion and spirituality generally, concerns humanity’s deepest hopes and fears, and thus can be an effective tool to influence and manipulate.

According to Chinese tradition, there were originally three books of Changes, but of these only the Zhouyi survived (Hacker 1993: 101). The recently excavated manuscripts, which were found in tombs of the late Warring States or early Han, also vary from the received version. The latter are discussed in c­ hapter 4. 29. In common usage in China, however, the term Zhouyi often refers to the entire Yijing. 14 I n t r o duc t i o n from the Han dynasty onward. The traditional commentaries were based on the received text, which seems to have been the only one in general use prior to the twentieth century.

Both traditions are represented in the Dazhuan: The Master [Confucius] said: “The Changes, how perfect it is! ”29 But, alternatively the sages created the diagrams: 28. Lunyu 15: 5; Watson 2007: 106. 29. 7; Lynn 1994: 56.  30 So close was the connection of the Yijing with mythical ancient sages that the book was often written about almost as if it were a living being. To use the classic was to come as close as possible to actual contact with the sages. Given that the Yijing was the summa of sagely wisdom, it followed that it would provide the best possible guidance to those virtuous and learned enough to understand it.

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