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These theories took as their starting point the widely held principle that the "words [of the sages] do not exhaust their meaning" (yan bujin yi [phrase omitted]), which in the Han dynasty was read as implying that the mind of the sages could only be fully plumbed by analyzing the "images" (xiang [phrase omitted].) of the Book of Changes (the hexagrams composed of broken and solid lines).
[9.] Van Roggen JF, Unnik JA, Briaire-de Bujin IH, Hogendoorn PC.
The islands were mostly undisturbed by humans until settlement began in 1826, hence the name Bujin, or Bonin in English, which is an archaic kanji reading of Mujin, which literally means "no people" in Japanese.