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1.1 Establishment and Development of TCM’s Academic System
1.1.1 Primitive Society
1.1.2 The Shang Dynasty (1600–1046 B.C.)
1.1.4 The Qin and the Han Dynasties (221 B.C.–220 A.D.)
1.1.5 From the Sui Dynasty to the Yuan Dynasty (581–1368 A.D.)
1.1.6 The Ming (1368–1644 A.D.) and Qing Dynasties (1644–1911 A.D.)
1.2 Great Historical Achievements of Early TCM
1.2.1 The Qin and Han Dynasties (221 B.C.–220 A.D.)
1.2.2 The Jin Dynasty (265–420 A.D.)
1.2.3 The Tang, Song, and Yuan Dynasties (618–1368 A.D.)
1.2.4 The Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368–1911 A.D.)
1.3 Basic Theoretical Views of TCM
1.3.1 The Outlook of Man and Nature
1.3.2 TCM’s Physiological and Pathological Outlooks
1.3.3 TCM’s Outlook on Health Maintenance and Treatment
Theoretical System of TCM: Formation and Characters
2.1 The Formation of the Theoretical System of TCM
2.1.1 The Promotion of Social Culture
2.1.2 Experiential Accumulation
2.1.3 The Observation of Life Phenomena
2.1.4 The Penetration of Philosophical Ideas
2.2 The Disciplinary Properties of TCM
2.2.2 TCM: Both Basic and Applied Disciplines
Clinical System of TCM: Formation and Development
3.1 Accumulation of Clinical Experiences
3.1.1 Primitive Cognition of Disease
3.1.2 From Witches’ Practice to Medical Treatment
3.2 Exploration of Disease’s Cause and Law
3.2.2 The Classic of Meteria Medica: Pharmacological Development
3.3 Preliminary Establishment of TSD
3.5 Theory Inheritance and Practice Standardization
4.1 The Concept of Holism
4.1.1 The Human Body: An Organic Integrity
4.1.2 The Unity of Man and Nature
4.2 Treatment Based on Syndrome Differentiation (TSD)
4.2.1 Specific Contents of TSD
4.2.2 Relationship between Syndrome Differentiation and Treatment
4.2.3 The Principles of TSD
4.2.4 Superiority of TSD
5.1 The Theory of Primordial Qi
5.1.1 The Formation and Development of the Theory of Primordial Qi
5.1.2 The Basic Contents of the Theory of Primordial Qi
5.1.3 The Application of the Theory of Primordial Qi in TCM
5.2 The Theory of Yin-yang
5.2.1 The Origin and Formation of the Yin-yang Theory
5.2.2 The Basic Concept of Yin-yang
5.2.3 Basic Contents of Yin-yang Theory
5.2.4 The Application of Yin-yang Theory in TCM
5.3 The Theory of Five Elements
5.3.1 The Formation and Development of the Theory of Five Elements
5.3.2 The Characteristics of Five Elements
5.3.3 Categorization and Deduction of Things in Terms of Five Elements
5.3.4 Fundamental Contents of the Theory of Five Elements
5.3.5 Application of the Theory of Five Elements in TCM
6.1 The Model of TCM
6.1.1 Preliminary Establishment of the Bio-psycho-social-medical Model
6.1.2 TCM’s Peculiar Model and Its Principle
6.2 The Method of TCM
6.2.1 General Philosophical Methods of TCM
6.2.2 Specific Research Methods of TCM
6.3 The Architecture of TCM
6.3.1 A Summary of the Fundamental Theories of TCM
6.3.2 A Summary of the Clinical System
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