Unformatted text preview: t” give birth to each other. But where there is birth there must be death; where there is death there must be birth. Where there is acceptability there must be unacceptability; where there is unacceptability there must be acceptability. Where there is recognition of right there must be recognition of wrong; where there is Therefore the sage does not proceed in such a way, but illuminates all in the light of Heaven. He too recognizes a “ this,” but a “ this” which is also “ that,” a “ that” which is also “ this.” His “ that” has both a right and a wrong in it; his “ this” too has both a righ...
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- Spring '11
- Chinese philosophy, Analects, Chuang Tzu, Major Teachings, Confucius Confucius K’ung, Confucius Sacred Test