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does not follow any plan and standards to be creative. Also Dao is not motivated by any desire to create all kinds of life. The creative power in Qi or Dao is self-producing. Eugene Hargrove expresses a similar view on the aesthetic appreciation of creativity in nature. He says, The beauty of nature

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Confucianism into a form of knowledge in the development of Confucianism. In traditional Chinese society, Confucianism had developed dynamically and holistically in various aspects such as that of life, virtue, knowledge, institution, and transcendence. Traditional-minded Chinese, their thought shaped by

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Movement, 1932–37 Abstract This paper, the first examination of the urban reconstruction of Nanchang, headquarters of the New Life Movement during a period of “National Revival” from 1932 – 37, presents a fresh understanding of the Guomindang (GMD) New Life Movement. By framing the Nanchang urban

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formation. By reconciliation, I do not intend the vulgar sense of reconciliation that entails living together without quarreling, but rather the sense of reconciliation that is the negation of the negation: I want to see my own historicity within your everyday life; I want to catch sight of a substantial

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In: Frontiers of Literary Studies in China
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, and very likely the best-known foreign literary character for people living through Mao’s era. In the story, Pawel Korchagin is a Ukrainian youth who devotes his life to the cause of the Russian revolution, subjects himself to the disciplines of the Party, and goes through all kinds of imaginable (and

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common people’s social life and go to the extreme of “intellectualization,” resulting in the loss of its living historical and cultural significance. Briefly, during the change in its modern social roles and its academic turn, a serious problem has confronted Confucianism—it has departed from social

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made in accordance with the particular living conditions of this woman. Next, the application of moral principle in practical social life is never a simple process of application. It is the reconstruction process of the principle itself as well. One of the key reasons that Gadamer’s hermeneutics

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is made to do so.” A little later, he says, “Such a view of good of evils is motivated by personal interest and is therefore easily wrong.” I did not understand. The Teacher said, “The spirit of life of Heaven and Earth is the same in flowers and weeds. Where have they the distinction of good and

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: Sheng 生 is a character that carries several connotations in Chinese. In the human context, “reproduction” is an English word that captures the two connotations most pertinent to this paper: the notion of being alive or living—Life, and the notion of producing or generating—Birth. A third major

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this early stage, she fantasizes about a relationship with him and allows him to kiss her. Her first outing with him is narrated with an exuberance that ties the feelings of passion with the experience of living the life of a true New Yorker: She was so happy, so happy, so happy…. And how blue the

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In: Frontiers of Literary Studies in China