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(Biography) ?369–286 bc, Chinese philosopher, who greatly influenced Chinese religion through the book of Taoist philosophy that bears his name
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claims that he is every bit as satisfied as the fish from the Zhuangzi story.
The irascible Daoist master Zhuangzi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (ca.
Zhuangzi calls it "the hinge of the Way," the way of the Dao, because "when the hinge is fitted into the socket, it can respond endlessly.
Following Nature with Mengzi or Zhuangzi, FRANCIS PERKINS
In the earliest classics, such as The Book of Changes, The Book of Rites, Laozi's Dao De Jing, Analects of Confucius, The Book of Zhuangzi, etc.
In Chapter five, "Identifying Daoist Humour: Reading the Liezi," Shirley Chan characterizes the humorous stories in the Zhuangzi and Liezi texts as being in the huaji tradition (p.
Wang next provides an analysis of the Daodejing in relation to Zhuangzi and Sunzi (The Art of War), arguing that these three texts are a valuable study in their own right, but also a means of shedding light on Asian thought and culture more broadly.
Among his publications are: The Sense of Anti Rationalism: Zhuangzi and Kierkegaard's Religious Thought, co-author with Karen L.
TROWBRIDGE, "Skepticism and Pluralism: Ways of Living a Life of Awareness as Recommended by the Zhuangzi.
Taken as a psychic clearing, it can be accomplished through Chan meditation or what Zhuangzi calls the "fasting of the mind" ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]).
see A Concordance to the Zhuangzi, ICS (2000), 29/88/18.
Excerpts from well-known classical Daoist texts like Zhuangzi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and Liezi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] are also included, as are excerpts from lesser known texts such as the shamanic Book of Mountains and Waters (Shanhai jing [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) and the Book of the Western Ascension (Xisheng jing [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]).