Boundaries of the Ti Body
As part of his argument that "ideas of Nature, state, and the body were so interdependent that they are best considered a single complex," Nathan Sivin considered the permeable boundaries of the human frame and assayed the body's dynamic resonances with the political, social, and ethical realms of thought in early China. [excerpt]
Sommer, Deborah. “Boundaries of the Ti Body.” Asia Major 21.1 (2008): 293-324.