On the Relationship Between Erroneous Thinking and Existence

Contemporary Chinese Thought 3 (4):376-388 (1972)

Abstract

It is necessary for us to know what erroneous thinking is before we discuss its relationship with existence. The so-called erroneous thinking, as I see it, refers to the opposite of correct thinking. If correct thinking means that man's comprehension of objective existence can lead to the grasping of the law of objective existence and can correspond with objective existence, erroneous thinking represents the failure of man's comprehension of objectivity to grasp the law of objective existence. Therefore erroneous thinking is contradictory to, not corresponding with, objectivity

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