Mind and space: a Confucian perspective (English)

In: Asian Philosophy   ;  27 ,  1  ;  1-15  ;  2017

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This essay explores the Confucian concept of the space of the mind and the Confucian view on cultivation of the space of mind. It then argues that the distinction between the mind as a mental substance and the body as a material substance is that the mind can be infinitely extended while the body can only extended to a certain limit.

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Mind and space: a Confucian perspective
Chen, Xunwu | 2017
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Confucianism, food, and sustainability
Christensen, Jan Erik | 2017
30
Imagination in the Zhuangzi: the madman of Chu’s alternative to Confucian cultivation
D’Ambrosio, Paul J. | 2017
43
May one murder the innocent for the sake of faith in God or filial piety to parents? A comparative study of Abraham’s and Guo’s stories
Liu, Qingping | 2017
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Buddhist idealism and the problem of other minds
Perrett, Roy W. | 2017
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Chinese modernization and the sinification of Marxism through the lens of Li Zehou’s philosophy
Rosker, Jana | 2017
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