Browsing 2.14 Graduate Programs of Philosophy and Religion (Human Sciences) by Author "Wang, Shang-Wen"
Wang, Shuwen (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)
Qin, Zenyu; Wang, Shang-Wen (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)
As a renowned philosopher of Song Dynasty, Zhou Dunyi played a significant role in creating a new approach for Chinese philosophy. This involved a reinterpretation of Confucianism inspired by the ideas of Daoism and Buddhism. This was a huge influence in the development of Neo-Confucian thought. He did not write many works in his life, but he did write a very significant work entitled Taiji Tushuo, which explains the famous Taiji diagram. This paper mainly introduces the historical context and formative influences on Zhou Dunyi’s Taiji ...