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重思《齐物论》之“吾丧我”、“莫若以明”及“物化”

  • The Journal of Chinese Cultural Studies
  • 2010, (17), pp.91-116
  • DOI : 10.18212/cccs.2010..17.005
  • Publisher : The Society For Chinese Cultural Studies
  • Research Area : Humanities > Chinese Language and Literature > Chinese Literature > Chinese Culture

邹宇欣 1

1新加坡 南洋理工大學敎

Candidate

ABSTRACT

‘I lost myself’, ‘the use of brightness’ and ‘the transformation of things’ in the Leveling All Things are the three important opinions which have aroused heated discussions. In this paper, I will rethink these three viewpoints, and the conclusion of my analysis is, the meaning of ‘I’ in ‘I lost myself ’ contains physical and spiritual part. The author mentioned the pipes of Earth, the pipes of human beings and the pipes of Heaven as a method to describe the logical relationship between ‘I’ and the physical and spiritual part in ‘myself’. As for ‘ the use of brightness ’ and ‘ the transformation of things ’ , I think they are the two ways to realize eliminating ‘ myself ’ from ‘I’, and to reach the level of true ‘I’ finally. In this process, mentioning ‘the use of brightness’ for three times is focusing on the three reasons that the preconceptions are formed, and the discussion of ‘the transformation of things’ echoes the argument about ‘the use of brightness’ from an objective perspective.

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