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    Title: 「予物逍遙」──船山《莊子解》所展現的外王之道;Let Every One Be Free:The Ways of External Kings in Wang Chuan-shan’s Annotation of Zhaungzi
    Authors: 賴志銘;Lai,Zhi-Ming
    Contributors: 哲學研究所
    Keywords: 王船山;莊子解;兩行之道;外王;自發秩序;Wang Chuan-shan;Annotation of Zhaungzi;walking two ways;external kings;spontaneous order
    Date: 2016-07-25
    Issue Date: 2016-10-13 13:48:19 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 王船山於所著《莊子解》中,透過《莊子》書的概念,論述了他所構思的外王之道。
    「人類理性之有限」與「自發秩序」的概念亦出現在Hayek的思想中;因此,本文將Hayek的相關思想做為詮釋對照參考系,對二者進行簡單的對照。;Wang Chuan-shan wrote Annotation of Zhaung-zi,to show his thought about the ways of external kings through Zhuangzi’s conception.
    I discussed Wang’s theories of “qi” and “heaven”, and Zhuangzi’s idea of “walking two ways”, tried to understand the thought of the ways of external kings in Annotation of Zhaung-zi. In Wang’s view, the world is composed exclusively of “qi”, without creator or executer ; the heaven is nothing but spontaneity, and spontaneity means no necessity. He claims that the rulers of people should learn from heaven; for example, they must not insist on a certain theory as truth and force the people to follow it, but should let everything go its own natural way.
    In this mode of governance, let numerous things could be “self-realized”; there is no forced oppression and things are able to become themselves. Through this kind of political practice, wise rulers could let all things obtained satisfaction. Wang’s reasons of “learning from heaven” are that there is spontaneous order in the world, and humanrational knowledge is limited.
    There are also the concepts of “humanrational knowledge is limited”and “spontaneous order” in F. A. Hayek’s theory, so I compare Hayek’s throught to Wang’s.
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