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  • Fireworks An Explosive Morality Issue
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    Firecrackers: An Explosive Morality Issue "Pop! Bam! Boom!" These are the sounds one hears passing by a Chinatown around February of every year. Indeed, these are the sounds of firecrackers, which are distinctive features Chinese people use to welcome a new beginning on Chinese New Year. According to older generations, firecrackers are considered not only a sign of getting rid of the old and welcoming the new, but are also believed to be able to dispel the evils. As a result, Chinese families de...
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  • Tao Te Ching Person Or Group
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    The philosopher Michel Foucault and the ancient chinese sage Lao Tzu are separated by some twenty centuries. This seems to be of minor consequence, however, when it comes to the essence of their ideas. Both figures deal with concepts that explore the relationship between society and power. Specifically, the ways in which social bodies gain or lose power. In this paper, I will use their ideas to support my theory that equality is impossible in social interactions. These interactions may range in ...
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  • Tao Te Ching Lao Tzu
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    ... h a universal right to freedom does indeed imply equality in the sense that people are equal because of there shared inherent right to freedom. He writes, .".. equality is at once the most natural and the most chimerical thing in the world: natural when it is limited to rights, unnatural when it attempts to level goods and powers. Not all citizens can be equally strong; but they can all be equally free. " 7. Voltaire seems to suggest that all people have equal access to freedom. Foucault's a...
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  • Tao Te Ching Good And Evil
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    As I read more of Nietzsche and Loa Tzu, there is an increasing similarity between the basic structures of both philosophical hypotheses than there is difference. Though the outcomes differ, and even the rational of both mens thought process are plotted differently, and suggest drastically different ideal lifestyles, both works, the Tao Te Ching and the Will to Power argue for first an acceptance of an immoral world, a world with no true good nor evil, nor up nor down, but rather just man as he ...
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  • Analysis Of The Book Tao Te Ching
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    Tao Te Ching is a book that was written by a man called Lao Tzu over two thousand years ago. This book teaches us about the way of life; for the word Tao means The Way, through this book, Lao Tzu taught us how to live a good life and be a person with integrity and righteousness. This book (this version) basically divided into two sections; the first is about integrity and proper way of behavior, while the second half base on more about theory of The Way. Lao Tzu is a man of wisdom who was in the...
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  • Tao Te Ching Law Abiding Citizens
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    in two different lands and two different times. Lao-tzu was an ancient Chinese philosopher from 6 th century BC, the author of Tao-te Ching, and Machiavelli was an Italian philosopher who lived 2000 years after Lao-tzu's time, author of Prince. They are both philosophers but have totally different perspective on how to be a good leader. While both philosopher's writing is instructive. Lao-tzu's advice issues from detached view of a universal ruler; Machiavelli's advice is very personal perhaps d...
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  • Tao Te Ching People In Western
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    The Tao The Taoism can hardly be referred to as religion, in the classical sense of this word. This is because it is being largely based not on faith, but on philosophical rationale, which is the reason why Taoism appeals to people who have their sense of logic, as the cornerstone, upon which their mental activity is based. The book Tao Te Ching, which was allegedly written by Lao Tsu, emphasizes the principle of Wu-wei as such that should define peoples existential mode. The semantic complicati...
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  • Tao Te Ching Four Noble Truths
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    InBuddism I AM AWAKE In a world filled with technology and industry, it can become increasingly difficult to take a step back and view the world in its natural state. In essence, we are humans trying to figure out how we fit into a world seemingly contradictory to the path of humanity. We look to nature for answers. We look to each other, as well as to one another's accomplishments for these same answers. In the end, our entire species comes to the same conclusion. In order to fully understand o...
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  • Tao Te Ching Star Trek
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    Taoism: Action Versus Inaction The Star Trek The Next Generation episode: Booby Trap shows a perfect example of Taoist thought. The crew of the Enterprise is always taking some action in order to achieve a specific goal. This episode shows that through inaction you can sometimes achieve far more than you could through action. The mind of the physical senses cannot grasp the concepts of the unnameable. The crew of the Enterprise learn a valuable lesson on the nature of decision making and how to ...
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  • Tao Te Ching Yin And Yang
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    A Discourse on Taoist Philosophy In an ancient China full of selfish lords, underhanded merchants who would do anything to turn a profit, and faithless children who went against their parents out of self-interest, the modest thinker Lao-Tze created his philosophy of Taoism. It sought to balance the excess of creative impulse and active imagination [yang] with receptivity, passiveness, and understanding [yin]. His timeless text, Tao Te Ching, overflows with paradoxes and antibodies as it attempts...
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  • Tao Te Ching Basic Idea
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    Taoism and Buddhism were born in the same century. Siddhartha reached enlightenment in approximately 535 B. C. and Lao Tzu? s teachings were recorded around 500 B. C. There are many similarities in the basics of these two religions. Some of the similarities can be seen clearly when examining the three meaning of Tao. The first definition of Tao is " the way of ultimate reality. " This means that Tao cannot be perceived, defined, talked about, or thought of. It is too big a concept for ...
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  • Tao Te Ching Lao Tzu
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    The philosopher Michel Foucault and the ancient chinese sage Lao Tzu are separated by some twenty centuries. This seems to be of minor consequence, however, when it comes to the essence of their ideas. Both figures deal with concepts that explore the relationship between society and power. Specifically, the ways in which social bodies gain or lose power. In this paper, I will use their ideas to support my theory that equality is impossible in social interactions. These interactions may range in ...
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  • Tao Te Ching Human Nature
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    Human nature is the disposition of man. That is a fact. Where, when, or how human nature arises is where the question lies. Sarte believes that man starts with nothing and that he acquires an essence through living. The Tao Te Ching, on the other hand, promotes the idea that the essence of human nature is found and implanted within the soul. These two points regarding the issue of human nature are poles apart, but if read into deeply enough, one can see that they both have the same aspiration. T...
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