A Reflection On Onto-hermeneutics And The Research Method Of Chinese Philosophy: Taking Lao Zi As An Example

Philosophy and Culture 34 (4):87-99 (2007)
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This history of hermeneutics from the West and the modern study of Chinese philosophy, the situation, reflect on contemporary Chinese philosophy of the "methodology" of the problem context, made ​​with "critical knowledge" and "ontological interpretation" to conclude there is a world issue. This article and the philosophy of Lao Tzu's "ontological interpretation", as the methodology of contemporary Chinese philosophy solution to the problem of example. Through the history of the western onto-hermeneutics and the situation of the modern research of Chinese philosophy, we make a reflection on the problems with the "methodology" of contemporary Chinese philosophy, proposing the "critique of knowledge" and "onto-hermeneutics" to conclude this issue. This paper also makes approach Lao Zi's philosophy with onto-hermeneutics as one of the solutions to the methodological problems of contemporary Chinese philosophy

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S. C. Lai
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