EAST AND PHISOLOPHY

EAST AND PHISOLOPHY

    EAST AND PHISOLOPHY


    East and Philosophy: Do Eastern Literatures Form Part of Philosophy? 

    Are oriental literatures that you may need volumes to accommodate as part of philosophy? Can it be compared with what the West today calls this designation? To start with, we cannot understand truth as the horizon of an undefined series of research, nor as an invasion and intellectual possession of being. Rather, it is a disheveled treasure in human life, undivided among beliefs and precedent to every philosophy. The mind does not feel obligated to push away the old attempts, not even to choose between them, nor to transcend them, forming a comprehensive new idea, but rather presents itself as a comment and conciliation, resonance and reconciliation. While the old and the new, and opposing beliefs erect dams between them, “The reader does not see the bridges here what is gained and what is outdated ، Rather, he feels himself in an endless magical world, where dead ideas hold up, and where the most clashing ideas come together or mix with what we think at first glance.
    Of course, we should acknowledge our ignorance on this front: if we see in Western thought a supremacy that does not go with India and China, and that it gives us the impression of unlimited restoration and reinterpretation, by permanent betrayal, by an involuntary change that cannot be apprehended, this same feeling, regarding the East, exists strongly For those who know. Mason-Orsle says about India: “We are talking here about a vast, branched and unified world, where nothing new appears in a whole sense, and nothing of what we thought is overgrown.
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    A nebula of human groups, thorny bushes of discordant religions, and an abundance of beliefs. A Chinese thinker wrote: “We find, in some philosophical writings of Mencius or Zhuang Tzu, for example, consistent logic and proofs, but they fall short of the level of formulation of Western philosophical writings. This is because Chinese philosophers are accustomed to expressing their ideas in the way of proverbs, sayings, and references ... The sayings and writings of the Chinese philosophers are inconsistent to the point that they cannot limit the suggestion ... The short statements of the protocol of Confucius and the philosophy of Lautsu are not just results without introductions, since we are capable To collect all the ideas presented by Laozi and rewrite them with an author of five thousand or even five hundred thousand words,This will surely present a new book that helps to understand the ideas of the philosopher when we compare it to the original book, but it will not replace him at all. Ko-Siang is considered one of the most important explanations of Chuang Tzu. Indeed, his interpretations in themselves constitute a classic book belonging to the Taoist literature. We wonder who is the best. In this context, one of the monks of the subsequent Buddhist school "Zen" says: "Everyone says that Ko Siang wrote a comment about Chuang Soo, and I see that the second provided an explanation of the first."

    Certainly Christian issues have remained in Western philosophy during the past 20 centuries, and we may need to look from within civilization to see the movement of history behind the manifestations of stagnation. However, it is very difficult to compare the time period of Christianity in the West and Confucianism in China. The rest of Christianity between us is not a philosophy but rather a narration and contemplation of experience, in a group of enigmatic events that call for interpretative and evolutionary work, and always urges the creation of new philosophies. Christian subjects are yeast, no lasting trace

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