Unformatted text preview: do words rely upon, that we have right and wrong? How can the Way go away and not exist? How can words exist and not be acceptable? When the Way relies on little accomplishments and words rely on vain show, then we have the rights and wrongs of the Confucians and the Mo-ists. What one calls right the other calls wrong; what one calls wrong the other calls right. But if we want to right their wrongs and wrong their rights, then the best Everything has its “ that,” everything has its “ this.” From the point of view of “ that” you cannot see it, but through understanding you can know it. So I say, “ that” comes out of “ this” and “ this” depends on “ that” —which is to say that “ this” and “ tha...
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- Spring '11
- Chinese philosophy, Analects, Chuang Tzu, Major Teachings, Confucius Confucius K’ung, Confucius Sacred Test