Thursday, January 04, 2007

Chapter I, Point I:
The crux of this article deals with the recurring synthesis that has molded the history of traditional Chinese culture in order to show the openness inherent in the development of Chinese philosophy. The article will take a look at the content and ideas in Lao Zi’s Dao De Jing as an early text that has influenced the development of Chinese thought due to its own philosophy of the unlimited. This is the beginning of a series of works that will take a look at the history of Chinese thought from an openness perspective.


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