On the Relationship of Heaven and Man in Guo Xiang’s Commentary to Zhuangzi
|Keywords:||郭象;莊子;天人關係;惡的問題;Guo Xiang;Zhuangzi;relationship between Heaven and Man;problem of evil||Issue Date:||2016||Abstract:||
This paper aims to reflect on the relationship of Heaven and Man in Gou Xiang’s commentary to Zhaungzi. Through the inspection of the relationship and implications of Heaven and Man in Guo Xiang’s commentary to Zhaungzi, I accordingly elucidate Guo Xiang’s viewpoints and stands on other issues. To be specific, the goals of this paper are as follows. Firstly, I try to examine the meaning of Heaven and Man in Guo Xiang’s commentary to Zhaungzi. Secondly, I intend to elucidate the theoretical relations between the concepts of Heaven and Man and other issues, such as the traces and the which leaves traces, teaching of names and ziran（自然）, the problem of evil. Finally, by the inspection of the concepts of Heaven and Man, I wish to give out a rather relevant than alien philosophical picture between Han dynasty and Wei-Jin era.
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