5 items found for "daoism"
- A contemporary need of 道 (Dao)
Confucianism and Daoism are the most famous schools among them. Among the Daoists, Zhuangzi (in his book Zhuangzi)1 in particular has got my full attention and respect Chuang-tzu 莊子 “Master Zhuang,” late 4th century BC) is the pivotal figure in Classical Philosophical Daoism
- Editorial - Superstition in the air: belief under the Chinese sky
By delineating a system of Three Religions (namely Confucianism, Buddhism, and Daoism) and ascribing
- A Way of the Ink 水墨之道?
important for the contemporary history of Chinese art is, according to this author, a resurgence of Daoist Still, none of those “modernities” had much interest in Daoist understandings of art whatsoever, with Way of the Ink “means primarily a mode, form, and method that incarnates Dao.”2 According to one of Daoism Yan, exactly those “Daoist elements that are incarnated through method of ink art with eastern wisdom On the other hand, a factor that could justify the resurging of Daoist understandings in contemporary
- Oh no, another article about Xu Bing. And the a-cultural beauty of linguistic mastery
Philosophical Confucianism and Daoism, for example, developed thoroughly in the importance of the written
- Christian beliefs for modern Chinese minds: how come is this imported religion thriving?
If asked about which religious beliefs inhabit Chinese minds, most of us would answer Confucianism, Daoism