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    Title: The legacy of Sun Wukung: on being (post)modern without Modernity in China
    Authors: Maliavin, Vladimir V.
    Contributors: 淡江大學俄羅斯研究所
    Date: 1999-11
    Issue Date: 2012-12-03 21:29:32 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市:臺灣學生書局
    Abstract: Perhaps the most remarkable feature of Chinese traditional
    philosophical terms is their deeply rooted ambiguity readily obserVed in
    the absence of strictly technical vocabulary in Chinese science and
    philosophy which upsets so much the scholars obsessed with the
    precision of their language Epistemologically this ambiguity refers to
    the contingency of subjective and objective or symbolical and empirical
    aspects of human experience. The task of thinking in Chinese tradition is
    not to secure the intellect's hold of consciousness, the rule of the
    subjective ego over the totality of experienc~ but, on the contrary, to
    dissolve ego's boundaries and, so to say, to universalize consciousness, in chinese terms - "to embody the heart of Heaven and Earth".
    Relation: 世紀之交 : 觀念動向與文化變遷/第二屆中瑞漢學國際學術會議論文集,頁51-72
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