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莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDF ì Paperback 庄子 or 莊子 Zhūangzi c BC c BCZhuangzi or “Master Zhuang” also known in the Wade Giles romanization as Chuang tzu was after Laozi one of the earliest thinkers to contribute to the philosophy that has come to be known as Daojia or school of the Way According to traditional dating he was an almost exact contemporary of the Confucian thinker Mencius but there appears to have been.

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  • Daniel Wright

    莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDF ì Paperback 莊子 book, zhuāngzǐ mobile, 莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDFZhuangzi deliberately makes himself very hard to pin down but here are some of the things that struck me1 Zhuangzi is the Diogenes to Confucius' Aristotle to use a slightly fa


  • Eadweard

    莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDF ì Paperback 莊子 book, zhuāngzǐ mobile, 莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDFThis book is so uotable This is one of the best chinese texts I've ever read and one of the most famous ones It's probably the most fun to read too Zhuangzi and the anonymous writers talk about and poke fun at different


  • Nick

    莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDF ì Paperback 莊子 book, zhuāngzǐ mobile, 莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDFLovely poetic stories exemplifying key Daoist concepts Whereas the Tao Te Ching is pure symbolism and poetry this is a collection of parables That means its a lot concrete As a result it gets even explicitly anarchist than Laozi at times but it also gets even explicitly bizarre condemning listening to complex music for example This has the famous Butterfly Dream parable in it as well as the Turtle of Ch'u parable which were both excellent This is a good way for people to understand Daoism who can't handle the vagueness of the Tao Te ChingLaozi may be the old master but Zhuangzi is the one I'd want to smoke with


  • Nick Klagge

    莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDF ì Paperback 莊子 book, zhuāngzǐ mobile, 莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDFI had built up this book so much in my mind perhaps it was inevitable that I would be disappointed in it I really wanted to like it I've felt for a long time that I had some affinity with Daoist ideas mostly from reading Dao De Jing Smullyan's The Tao is Silent an


  • Ben Smitthimedhin

    莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDF ì Paperback 莊子 book, zhuāngzǐ mobile, 莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDF“The fish trap exists because of the fish Once you've gotten the fish you can forget the trap The rabbit snare exists because of the rabbit Once you've gotten the rabbit you can forget the snare Words exist because of meaning Once you've gotten the meaning you can forget the words Where can I find a man who has forgotten words so I can talk with him” I really do appreciate Chuang Tzu I think he’s underrated when compared to Lao Tzu’s Tao Te Ching especially because he has a better sense of humor More importantly Chuang Tzu masterfully depicts Daoism in both form and content His prose is playful His wit is charming His satire of Confucianism and Legalism is not overly bitter And he’s not as mystical as Lao Tzu which makes his writing accessible Still I should’ve gone with the inner chapters but my pride got the better of me and I opted for the complete works instead Did I r


  • Natty Peterkin

    莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDF ì Paperback 莊子 book, zhuāngzǐ mobile, 莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDFGood but overall it says little the Tao Te Ching doesn't say better


  • Aurélien Thomas

    莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDF ì Paperback 莊子 book, zhuāngzǐ mobile, 莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDFChuang Tzu was with Lao Tzu one of the main thinkers of Taoism If Lao Tzu left us the Tao Te Ching a poetical collection of verses beautiful but honestly at time uite difficult to fully get Chuang Tzu deepen his philosophy by taking a completely different approach gathering stories and anecdotes portraying a whole set of historical or fictional ch


  • Adrian

    莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDF ì Paperback 莊子 book, zhuāngzǐ mobile, 莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDFChuang Tzu correctly rendered as Zhuang Zi is perhaps the second most important figure in Daoism after the possibly Mythic Lao Zi The book of Chuang Tzu henceforth referred to as Zhuang Zi is a collection of anecdotes stories and analogies of Zhuang Zi's teachings on how to achieve the Tao or the wayThe Tao Dao or Way is essentially the same concept as found in Tao Te Ching or Dao De Jing but is elaborated so and as such is accessibleThe origin and precise canonization of this book is unsure as Zhuang Zi often refers to himself in the thir


  • Patrick

    莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDF ì Paperback 莊子 book, zhuāngzǐ mobile, 莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDF“Understanding is not understanding” 302 such is Chaung Tzu’s flavour of scepticism It goes far beyond Descartes’—to put them on the same spectrum would be like asking both Tom Cruise and a cucumber to audition for the same role One might also say it goes far beyond what is healthy when someone says a thing like “It is dangerous to use any of your faculties” 222 it’s hard not to cry paranoia Knowledge to Chuang Tzu seems to be by definition a deception And yet it’s also hard to say that Chaung Tzu is deceiving


  • Choonghwan

    莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDF ì Paperback 莊子 book, zhuāngzǐ mobile, 莊子 Zhuāngzǐ PDFThe book of Chuang TzuHe says what we hold dear for which we even commit our own life is often not Tao Obsession with honor wealth power as well as knowledge blind our spiritual eyes to see true purpose and meaning of life Without intervention and supervision spring follows winter Day follows night Flowers bloom Form which every life springs up and through which we can peek what Tao is In this sense righteousness and benevolence he warns do harm than good on balance some disguises what they are actually doing in the name of righteousness; some ends up messing up with what might have been better otherwise History is strewn thick with those evidences Once upon a time there was one silly man who was afraid of his shadow Thus he ran as fast as he could to escape from it He ran and ran until he could not run any longer his death How far are we different from him We have long been e


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