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Unformatted text preview: Huainanzi (SCT 346-49) The establishment of Confucianism as state ideology (SCT 314-18) Correlative thought The basic idea, and how it matters Two essential building blocks: YIN o and YANG o FIVE PHASES wood > fire > earth > metal > water > wood Comments on the days texts as they relate to correlative thought The medical text (SCT 275-78) Lu Jias discourse (SCT 285-89) Dong Zhongshus text (SCT 295-301) A Han cosmogony (SCT 346-49) Man was born out of nothing to assume form as something. Having form, he is governed by things. But he who can return to that from which he was born and become as though formless is called a true man. The true man is one who has never become separated from the Great Oneness. (SCT 347)...
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- Spring '08