The First Chapter of Lao Zi: A Revisional Discussion
|Authors:||傅佩榮||Keywords:||老子;道;名;無名;有名;無欲;有欲;Lao Zi;Dao Ming;Wu ming;Yo ming;Wu yu;Yo yu||Issue Date:||Mar-2007||Start page/Pages:||001-013||Source:||國立臺灣大學哲學論評||Abstract:||
The reading of the first chapter of Lao Zi is still debatable. Based on Bo-shu Lao-Zi, the earliest edition of Lao Zi which recorded this first chapter, and Wang Bi’s edition of Lao Zi, the present article would maintain that the reading of “wu ming” (without a name) and “yo ming” (with a name), “wu yu” (without desire) and “yo yu” (with desire), is more justifiable than the reading of “wu” (non-being) and “yo” (being).
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