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|Other Titles:||Analyzing the Way of Thinking about the Relationship Between Governing the Country and Governing the Body in the Ho-Shang Kung’s Commentaries On the Laozi|
Laozi;Ho-Shang Kung;Governing country;Governing body;Han dynasty
|Issue Date:||2016-08-11 16:42:53 (UTC+8)|
This essey focuses on analyzing the way of thinking about constructing the relationship between governing the country and body in Ho-Shang Kung’s commentaries on the Laozi. The essay points out there are three domains in this book; they are the domain of governing the country, domain of governing the body and domain of metaphysics, and each of them has its own structure. The structures of these three domains are “Dao—the universe—the status of the universe” of metaphysics domain, “ruler—people—the status of people’s lives” of governing the country domain, and “ruler—spirit—ruler’s life” of governing the body domain. The relationships between one another are parallel and corresponding. This essay tries to reveal the way of thinking about the relationship between governing the country and the body in this book as follows: on the basis of corresponding relationship between the domain of governing the country and the one of governing the body, Ho-Shang Kung combines the two structures with the same implication and image schema, and then gives practical methods, which are related but also with their own specific meanings, to each domain in parallel. In short, from the essay we can find that although Ho-Shang Kung puts emphasis on the methods and effect of governing the body, he at the same time also pays much attention to the technique of governing the country.
|Relation:||政治大學哲學學報, 32, 129-169|
The national Chengchi university philosophical
|Appears in Collections:||[政治大學哲學學報 THCI Core] 期刊論文|
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