Unformatted text preview: t and a wrong in it. So, in fact, does he still have a “ this” and “ that” ? Or does he in fact no longer have a “ this” and “ that” ? A state in which “ this” and “ that” no longer find their opposites is called the hinge of the Way. When the hinge is fitted into the socket, it can respond endlessly. Its right then is a single endlessness and its wrong too is a single endlessness. So, I say, the best thing to use is "Once I, Chuang Tzu, dreamed that I was a butterfly. Suddenly I awoke, and there I was, visibly Tzu. I do not know whether it was Tzu dreaming that he was a butterfly or the butterfly dreaming it was Tzu, Between Tzu and the butterfly there must be some distinction. [But one may be the other.] This is called the transformation of things." is Legalism Legalism Hanfiezi c. 250 bce Major Teachings Implications for Government – Many rules – Harsh...
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- Chinese philosophy, Analects, Chuang Tzu, Major Teachings, Confucius Confucius K’ung, Confucius Sacred Test