Tang Dynasty Medical Books in the Sex Manual Thinking from Sun Simiao's “Invaluable Prescriptions for Ready Reference”
From the late Warring States Period to the Eastern Han Dynasty, the sex manual study, which has become independent from the traditional Chinese medicine books, has then become an important subject recorded in ''Record of Literature and Arts in Hanshu”. The sex manual study has a tremendous impact on the life of kings and nobility. By the time of the Wei, Jin and Southern and Northern Dynasties, from the literatures of Ge Hong and Tao Hongjing et al., it was found that the sex manual study and Taoism were inter-related and integrated, and even some bibliographies were given the status of “classic”. However, in the Sui and Tang dynasties, the system and context of the thoughts in the sex manual study, on the one hand, were returned to the traditional Chinese medicine system before the Han dynasty. On the other hand, they inherited the development of Taoism and formally became the monographs of Chinese medicine books. It seemed to be separated from Han Dynasty's independent discipline, but the school of science through medical books actually affected the general public more than ever. This article use Sun Sanyuan's book “prescriptions worth thousand gold for emergencies” as a research object, which was the trends from the Tang to the Ming dynasty and carried on the past heritage and open up the future, and hoping to examine the veins and roots of Sun Simiao's sex manual study and showing the sex manual point of view in the Sui and Tang Dynasties Chinese medicine.
|關鍵詞||孫思邈、房中術、中醫學、備急千金要方、導引養生、生產求子、回精補腦、Sun Simiao、sex manual study、Chinese medicine、“prescriptions worth thousand gold for emergencies”、health preserving、Pregnancy、Tonifying brain and kidney|