In Search Of The Way

Author: Wejen Chang
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ISBN: 9780748669561
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Wejen Chang brings a fresh perspective to the most prominent classical Chinese philosophers, Confucius, Laozi, Mozi, Zhuangzi, Mencius, Xunzi, Lord Shang and Han Fei.

Justice Without Frontiers

Author: C. G. Weeramantry
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9789041102416
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Islamic jurisprudence was also the bridge through which the work of Aristotle, the
great philosopher of individual liberty and equality, re-entered the West. In the
wave of scholastic and scholarly inquiry unleashed by Islam, the Islamic thinkers
searched far afield for knowledge. 'Go as far as China if need be in search of
knowledge', was the injunction of the Prophet of Islam. The Islamic scholars did
this, collecting all knowledge, from whatever source, in the greatest assemblage
of ...

The Essential World History

Author: William J. Duiker
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1285624793
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The primary contributor to this intellectual effort was the philosopher Zhu Xi (JOO
SHEE) (Chu Hsi). Raised during the southern Song era, Zhu Xi accepted the
division of the world into a material world and a transcendent world, called the
Supreme Ultimate, or Tai Ji (TY JEE), which was roughly equivalent to the Dao,
or Way, in classical Confucian philosophy. To Zhu Xi, this Supreme Ultimate was
a set of abstract principles governed by the law of yin and yang and the five
elements.

The Essential World History Volume I To 1800

Author: William J. Duiker
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1285629566
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The primary contributor to this intellectual effort was the philosopher Zhu Xi (JOO
SHEE) (Chu Hsi). Raised during the southern Song era, Zhu Xi accepted the
division of the world into a material world and a transcendent world, called the
Supreme Ultimate, or Tai Ji (TY JEE), which was roughly equivalent to the Dao,
or Way, in classical Confucian philosophy. To Zhu Xi, this Supreme Ultimate was
a set of abstract principles governed by the law of yin and yang and the five
elements.

Encyclopedia Of Chinese Philosophy

Author: Antonio S. Cua
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135367485
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Lu Jia (d. 178 B.C.E.) was an influential Chinese scholar-official during the first
decades of the Han dynasty. Lu was most notable for his attempts to integrate
concepts such as wuwei and yinyang into the Confucian mainstream, thereby
setting the stage for the synthetic approaches of thinkers such as Jia Yi and Dong
Zhongshu in the following century. Lu developed a theory of a mechanistic
heaven first presented in Xunzi's Discourse on Heaven (Tianlun) into a
naturalistic description ...

Encyclopedia Of Violence Peace Conflict A F

Author: Lester R. Kurtz
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Rather than a search for truth, Chinese philosophies tend to be dominated by
concerns to do with discovering the way (dao ... the term, in fact, philosophers
and thinkers of all persuasions would regard and describe their project as
seeking the way. ... Five classic texts form the authoritative resource for
Confucian reflection: Book ofSongs (Shying), Book of Documents ... interstate
warfare between feudal lords who vied with one another for political dominance
through military conquests ...

Taoism And The Arts Of China

Author: Stephen Little
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520227859
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One of the most important thinkers of the Legalist school, Han Feizi, used the
Daodejing as a guide for the politics of the unification of China, transforming the
natural law of Laozi into a political system. ... The result of all this was a very
centralized bureaucratic state, governed by an all- compassing system of
regulations and laws, which succeeded in creating a unified state, but one in
which all forms of personal thought and practice, all independent philosophical
schools, were ...

World History

Author: William J. Duiker
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1305537785
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293). Raised during the southern Song era, Zhu Xi accepted the division of the
world into a material world and a transcendent world, called by NeoConfucianists
the Supreme Ultimate, or Tai Ji (TY JEE). The Supreme Ultimate was roughly
equivalent to the Dao, or Way, in classical Confucian philosophy. To Zhu Xi, this
Supreme Ultimate was a set of abstract principles governed by the law of yin and
yang and the five elements. Human beings served as a link between the two
halves of ...

World History Volume I To 1800

Author: William J. Duiker
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1305537793
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293). Raised during the southern Song era, Zhu Xi accepted the division of the
world into a material world and a transcendent world, called by NeoConfucianists
the Supreme Ultimate, or Tai Ji (TY JEE). The Supreme Ultimate was roughly
equivalent to the Dao, or Way, in classical Confucian philosophy. To Zhu Xi, this
Supreme Ultimate was a set of abstract principles governed by the law of yin and
yang and the five elements. Human beings served as a link between the two
halves of ...