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莊子 ZhuāngzǐWhang cheng the illusory dust of the world thus anticipating Zen Buddhism's emphasis on a state of emptiness or ego transcendence With humor imagery and fantasy he captures the depth of Chinese thinking The seven Inner Chapters presented in this translation are accepted by scholars as being definitely the work of Chuang Tsu This is an updated version of the translation This is one of the great classics of Taoism He had a dream that he was a butterfly but then he began to wonder if he was a butterfly who was dreaming that he was a man

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EPUB Å MOBI 莊子 Zhuāngzǐ î 9781401946609 FREE Å ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☉ 莊子 Zhuāngzǐ Author Jane English – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Chuang Tsu Inner Chapters is a companion volume to Gia fu Feng and Jane English's translation of Tao Te Ching which has enjoyed great success since its publicatChuang Tsu Inner Chapters is a companion volume to Gia fu Feng and Jane English's translation of Tao Te Ching which has enjoyed great success since its publication in 1972 This is the mass market trade version of the 2014 photograph edition Very little is known about Chuang Tsu and that little is inextricably woven into legend It is said that he was a contemporary of Men My first reading of Chuang Tzu I shall shortly go on to other translations but I enjoyed this one As is the case with many other readers I enjoyed the humour and found that much of the philosophy flowed easily from the anecdotes I still have many uestions however In particular being somewhat familiar with 'Dao De Jing' I found the many references to Heaven and Earth in Chuang Tzu confusing Heaven seemed to have assumed the role of the Dao in much of the text I am really unclear as to the relationship of the two concepts here in a way that I am not in 'DDJ' I was most impressed by Graham's introductory notes which give a good sense of where Chuang Tzu is coming from Simultaneously I read Graham's section on Chuang Tzu in his 'Disputers of the Tao' for added understanding Over all I appreciated the textual notes which added yet greater clarity to the text I would have appreciated information on translation however The 'List of Characters' at the back would be helpful if the characters appeared in the text but they don't It would also have been helpful if he had cited translation issues in the text

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Cius an official in the Lacuer Garden of Meng in Honan Province around the 4th century BC Chuang Tsu was to Lao Tsu as Saint Paul was to Jesus and Plato to Socrates; he was a captivating philosopher who expanded Lao Tsu's teachings While the other philosophers were busying themselves with the practical matters of government and rules of conduct Chuang Tsu transcended the A profound and entertaining book The Inner Chapters is seven chapters of stories fables and musings attributed to the Chinese philosopher Chuang Tzu or Zhuangzi The following ' Outer ChaptersMixed Chapters' were written by others in order to expand on the Taoist philosophy of Chuang Tzu which are beneficial but are missing the charm of Chuang Tzu's prose