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Author: Gao Shan

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

In: Frontiers of Philosophy in China
Author: Zhang Xuezhi

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

In: Frontiers of Philosophy in China
Author: WU Xiaoming

religious theology wherein the nature of God means, definitely, positing the supersensory sphere; and this conceptualizes as well as stipulates sensory worldly life from an outside perspective. Feuerbach identifies concepts pertaining to beings as a whole as “dissimilation.” Therefore in his view, the

In: Frontiers of Philosophy in China
Author: Guo Qiyong

are living beings’, and the whole natural world is regarded as being permeated and absorbed by the flux of the life of the universe. Nature itself is a huge vital force, flourishing and animated, overflowing and permeating, creating and marching forward, unceasingly producing and reproducing. It can

In: Frontiers of Philosophy in China