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標題: 莊子的處世之道及其疑義辨析―以內七篇為討論的核心
Chaung Tzu's Philosophy of Life and the Analysis of Doubts - With the Seven Inner Chapters as Discussion Core
作者: Ya-Qing Zhou
關鍵字: 虛己;因順;安命;緣督以為經;無用之用;modesty;contingent response;be contented with life;walk in the middle route between good or bad;utility of futility
出版社: 臺中市:國立中興大學中國文學系
Project: 興大中文學報, Volume 34, Page(s) 1-24.

The article is intended to explore Chaung Tzu's philosophy of life and clarify various problematic interpretation of the text. Chaung Tzu's wisdom is curvilinear and introspective and also the dialectical mentality of spiritual development, namely, the so-called "adjustment and then go onwards". Accordingly, no matter for "walk in the middle route between good or bad", "utility of futility" or "be contented with fate", the principles of life Chaung Tzu wanted to convey cannot be realized by dichotomies such as active/passive, positive/negative, affirmation/negation, etc. but are interpreted by close focus on his concerns in writing- openness and limitation, tactful treatment and artful use of life. In this way, Chaung Tzu's principles of life will not be underestimated or simply evaluated; instead, the deep insights can be explored and the classic of Taoist philosophy will be highlighted.
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