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    Title: 從「道」的內涵研究《老子》的「聖人」思想
    Authors: 蔡典修;TSAI,TIEN-HSIU
    Contributors: 哲學研究所
    Keywords: 老子;;聖人;無為;自然;內聖外王
    Date: 2016-01-27
    Issue Date: 2016-03-17 20:39:16 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 《老子》自古以來,便被許多學者研究,或者以此作為生命的哲學,其中《老子》所提到的關鍵,更是多被提及並研究,其中《老子》的「道」、「自然」、「無為」及如何通過「自然」與「無為」的作用下,去實施國家治理的理念。
    ;Since ancient time,“Lao-Tzu” has been the research interest for a lot of researchers; some regard it as a philosophy of life. There are several key issues of“Lao-Tzu”, which is mostly raised and researched. The issues includes “Tao”, “self-so”, “non-action” and how to apply “self-so” and “non-action” into the implementation of country governance.

    Despite the key issues mentioned above, this thesis focuses on the key conception of “sage”. In Chinese philosophy, “Sage” is often regarded as a representative of perfect personality. Therefore, “sage” is not only used in “Lao-Tzu”, it is also a most widely used conception.

    This thesis mainly uses “Tao” to discuss “Lao-Tzu”’s conception on “Sage” because “Tao” is the central philosophy of “Lao-Tzu”. In “Lao-Tzu” philosophy, a lot of conceptions are developed form “Tao” including “self-so”, “non-action”, and other “Lao-Tzu” ideological connotation, so does “sage”. According to such relationship, this thesis discusses “Lao-Tzu”’s conceptions of “Dao” and “Sage”. I then call this relationship “Lao-Tzu”’s “Sage’s Dao”.

    “Lao-Tzu”’s “Sage’s Dao” illustrates how “Lao-Tzu” ideological connotation such as “Self-so” and “non-action” are related to “Lao-Tzu”’s “sage’s Dao” and how “sage” applies “self-so” and “non-action” into real world and produces a result of enlightenment. In other words, “Lao-Tzu”’s “sage’s Dao” explains “self-so” and “non-action”.

    “Self-so” is what “Lao-Tzu” formulates as rule of law through “Dao”. In other words, in “Lao-Tzu”’s wisdom, he thinks that all beings will, at the end, return to this rule. Therefore, “Lao-Tzu” creates “non-action” method to apply in the way of life and self-cultivation. Therefore, in “Lao-Tzu”’s wisdom, “self-so” and “non-action” is reciprocally advantaged, and “Lao-Tzu”’s “sage” is applied in the world as a representative in “Lao-Tzu”’s ideological connotation. Moreover, this thesis also compares the conception of “Sage’s Dao” from “Confucian”, “Mo-Tzu”, “Han-Fei” with that of “Lao-Tzu”. It is carried out in the hope of using different philosophers on “sage” to explain how “Lao-Tzu”’s conception of sage manipulates and implement “self-cultivation” and “enlightenment”. This effort then well-illustrates the importance of “Lao-Tzu”’s ideological connotation.
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