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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 清華出版品 > 01 清華學報 > 新35卷第1期 >  荀子和莊子對「時空」與「存在」的反思:中國古代哲學思想的形上學層面

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    Title: 荀子和莊子對「時空」與「存在」的反思:中國古代哲學思想的形上學層面
    Other Titles: The Ideas on the ''Time-Space";and ";Being";in the Philosophy of Hsun-tza and Chuang-tzu;A Metaphysical Aspect of an Ancient Chinese Philosophy
    Authors: 館野正美;Masami Tateno
    Date: 2005/06
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,2005,new,35n.1,p131.
    Keywords: 哲學
    Abstract: Time and space are prerequisite of conditions for metaphysical modality. In any philosophical thought, its distinctive features appear in its notion of time and space. In this paper, I will take up time and space in Hsn-tzu's Li 禮, Chuang-tzu's Tao 道, and in the philosophical thought of Chuang-tzu's disciples, clarifying them in order to shed light on an interesting metaphysical aspect of ancient Chinese philosophy. For Hsun-tzu, the discernment of time and space are both inevitable forms of the human cognitive process. His philosophical account is evidently based solely on these crucial modalities of human sensory perceptions. However, we can at the same time also say that Hsun-tzu's standpoint is merely based on the daily phenomenal level of human cognition under the shackles of time and space.
    Time in Chuang-tzu is seen as an overwhelming obstacle to the transcendental world of the Tao. One can really understand the true Tao only when standing beyond time and space. However, when one wishes to describe the Tao through verbal expressions, one must treat the Tao as "sense data" in our noesis-noematic modality of knowledge. This, though, is none other than the destruction of the world of the Tao. In the philosophy of Chuang-tzu's disciples, time and space appear in just the same theoretical modalities as in Hsun-tzu's philosophy. Thus we can see that Hsun-tzu and Chuang-tzu's disciples share the same resonance of metaphysical intellect.
    Key words: Hsun-tzu, Chuang-tzu, concepts of time and space, ritual principle, the Way
    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=16
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