Methods to Free Form Anxiety and Fright of DeathChina's Traditional Wisdom of Death and the Viewprint of Life and Death Permeability

Philosophy and Culture 27 (3):257-269 (2000)

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This article explores the question: how to use the death of the traditional Chinese wisdom and the "life and death Infiltration" concept to the modern mind from anxiety and fear of death. This paper argues that: First, the modern quality of life than the traditional, but the quality of death will have less than conventional, because the modern fear of death more strongly than the traditional one. Second, death is a big "black hole", not defined, can only speculate and imagine, it Yunjie largest and most profound human tragedy. Third, the death of traditional Chinese wisdom can be divided into two categories: one can not communicate with the wisdom of life and death; one is able to communicate the wisdom of life and death, which has its modern application. Fourth, build a decent life and death, science and the core concept is: to understand and apply the concept of life and death Infiltration
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