Philosophy and Religion in China, a Berkshire Essential, introduces the reader to the philosophical and religious traditions that have shaped Chinese culture from ancient to modern times. Articles in the volume explore a wide range of thought and belief systems, from Confucianism and the role of philosophy in governance to folk religions and household deities. In-depth articles, all written for the nonexpert reader, examine key concepts including filial piety and divination, influential figures such as Laozi and the Dalai Lama, and philosophical works including the Analects and I Ching.