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Zhuang Zhou

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Zhuang Zhou, saepe Zhuangzi ('Magister Zhuang') appellatus,[1] fuit philosophus Sinicus magni momenti qui circa saeculum quartum a.C.n. aetate civitatum bellantium vixit, philosophia Sinica maxime aetate Centum Scholarum Cogitationis florente. Scripsisse putatur, solus aut cum aliis, Zhuangzi, opus eponymum, unum e fundamentalibus Taoismi libris.

Sola memoria eius vitae est descriptio brevis in capitulo sexagesimo tertio libri Shiji (史記), Sima Qian auctore.[2] Biographia Simana dicit eum fuisse magistratum minorem e Meng (oppidum in Anhui hodierno) in civitate Song, qui tempore Hui regis Liang et Xuan regis Qi (saeculo quarto a.C.n. exeunte) vixit.[3] In cogitatione Sinica aetatis Zhou, Confucius, Laocius, Mocius, Hui Shi, et Yang Zhu eum moverunt; ipse vicissim Taoismum, Buddhismum Sinicum, et Zen movit.

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  1. Inter alias romanizationes sunt Zhuang Tze, Chuang Chou, Chuang Tsu, Chuang Tzu, Chouang-Dsi, Chuang Tse, et Chuangtze.
  2. Mair 1994: xxxi-xxxiii.
  3. Ziporyn 2009: vii.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Ames, Roger T. 1991. The Mencian Concept of Ren Xing: Does it Mean Human Nature? In Chinese Texts and Philosophical Contexts, ed. Henry Rosemont, Jr. LaSalle Illinoesiae: Open Court Press.
  • Ames, Roger T., ed. 1998. Wandering at Ease in the Zhuangzi. Albaniae: State University of New York Press.
  • Bruya, Brian, interpres. 1992. Zhuangzi Speaks: The Music of Nature. Princetoniae: Princeton University Press. ISBN 9780691008820.
  • Chan, Wing-Tsit. 1963. A Source Book In Chinese Philosophy. Princetoniae: Princeton University Press. ISBN 0691019649.
  • Chang, Chung-yuan. 1963. Creativity and Taoism: A Study of Chinese Philosophy, Art, and Poetry. Novi Eboraci: Julian Press.
  • Creel, Herrlee G. 1982. What is Taoism? and other studies in Chinese cultural history. Sicagi: University of Chicago Press. ISBN 0226120473.
  • Hansen, Chad. 2003. The Relatively Happy Fish. Asian Philosophy 13:145–164.
  • Horne, Charles F., ed. 1917. Medieval China. The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East, 12. Novi Eboraci: Parke.
  • Kirkland, Russell. 2004. Taoism: The Enduring Tradition. Novi Eboraci: Routledge. ISBN 9780415263214.
  • Mair, Victor H. 1994. Wandering on the Way: Early Taoist Tales and Parables of Chuang Tzu. Novi Eboraci: Bantam Books. ISBN 0553374060.
  • Merton, Thomas. 1969. The Way of Chuang Tzu. Novi Eboraci: New Directions.
  • Palmer, Martin. 1996. The Book of Chuang Tzu. Penguin. ISBN 9780140194883.
  • Roth, H. D. 1993. Chuang tzu 莊子. In Early Chinese Texts: A Bibliographical Guide, ed. Michael Loewe, 56–66. Berkeleiae: Society for the Study of Early China; Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California Berkeley. ISBN 1557290431.
  • Schwartz, Benjamin J. 1985. The World of Thought in Ancient China. Cantabrigiae: Harvard University Press. ISBN 9780674961913.
  • Waltham, Clae, ed. 1971. Chuang Tzu: Genius of the Absurd. Novi Eboraci: Ace Books.
  • Watson, Burton. 1962. Early Chinese Literature. Novi Eboraci: Columbia University Press.
  • Watts, Alan, cum Al Chung-liang Huan. 1975. Tao: The Watercourse Way. Novi Eboraci: Pantheon Books. ISBN 0394733118.
  • Ziporyn, Brook, ed. 2009. Zhuangzi: The Essential Writings with Selections from Traditional Commentaries Hackett Classics Series. Hackett Publishing. ISBN 9781603844352/

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