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Taoist philosopher Chuang-tzu tells us, "The swamp pheasant has to walk ten paces for one peck and a hundred paces for one drink, but it doesn't want to be kept in a cage.
As Chuang-tzu says, "The government of the enlightened king?
This book originated as a dissertation on how an early T'ang commentator, Ch'eng Hsuan-ying, explained the Taoist text, Chuang-tzu.
107), significantly contributes to the understanding of Chuang-Tzu within the context of comparative mysticism.
En una ocasion Octavio Paz dijo de Zhuang Zi, o Chuang-tzu, que no solo era un filosofo notable sino un gran poeta cuya obra oscila entre el concepto y la iluminacion sin palabras.
et passim), based on the misconception that Lao-tzu and Chuang-tzu belonged to some kind of Taoist school, [8] and Legalism (pp.
Graham, Chuang-tzu: The Seven Inner Chapters and Other Writings from the Book Chuang-tzu [London: George Allen & Unwin, 1981], 260).
Este es el caso del agua que nos trae Octavio Paz, con el generoso deseo de compartir el placer que experimento al encontrar el pensamiento taoista de Chuang-Tzu y otros breves textos de clasicos chinos (algunos de ellos poetas que pertenecen al grupo llamado El bosquecillo de bambus).
Once we see, for example, that the name of the Empress Dowager's alleged lover means "Lustful Misdeed," we may be inclined to treat the entire story more like one of those lovely allegories in the Chuang-tzu [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (with such fabulous characters as "Nag the Hump" [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and "Fancypants Scholar" [pm][CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) [29] --and less like history wie es eigentlich gewesen ist.
See Chuang-tzu chi-shih (Peking: Chung-hua, 1961), 2.
Above, I suggested that the examiners had, in the case of this rhapsody, set a trap for the unwary exam candidate: the Chuang-tzu passage from which the title is taken says only that the "wooden gamecocks" do not respond when other cocks crow, and never mentions their own crowing.