Mo-tzu


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Mo-tzu

(ˈməʊˈtsuː)
n
(Biography) a variant transliteration of Mo-Zi
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The author's chosen focus--Confucius, Mencius, Mo-tzu, Yang Chu, and Lao-tzu--may suggest that he is interested in the second issue: for those five figures are among the most influential and widely read today, but make up only a fraction of the available sources.
Third, the title and structure as well as the name and characteristic speech of the key figure in Brecht's Buch der Wendungen ("Book of Twists and Turns," if you wish) all draw on the age-old tradition of Chinese philosophizing, and on Confucius's foe Mo Ti (or Mo-tzu, or Micius) in particular, thereby creating both a latter-day socio- and historico-philosophical manual of wisdom and a charming if sometimes quite cryptic literary chinoiserie.
In the Mo-tzu [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], we read the following story.