Zhuangzi

[Revised entry by Chad Hansen on December 17, 2014. Changes to: 0] Zhuangzi (Chuang-tzu 莊子 "Master Zhuang" late 4th century BC) is the pivotal figure in Classical Philosophical Daoism. The
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[Revised entry by Chad Hansen on December 17, 2014. Changes to: 0] Zhuangzi (Chuang-tzu 莊子 "Master Zhuang" late 4th century BC) is the pivotal figure in Classical Philosophical Daoism. The Zhuangzi is a compilation of his and others' writings at the pinnacle of the philosophically subtle Classical period in China (5th - 3rd century BC). The period was marked by humanist and naturalist reflections on normativity shaped by the metaphor of a dao - a social or a natural path. Traditional...

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