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By Wei-bin Zhang

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ISBN-13: 9780875861623

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The present paintings invitations americans to step in the course of the having a look glass - backwards, this time - and look at ourselves from a Confucian point of view. In his research, Zhang attracts jointly references to the I Ching, Leibniz, Tocqueville, Lipset and Aristotle, a really appropriate few data reminiscent of crime expense and financial progress, and the lions of chinese language philosophy.

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Substituting a zero for each broken line and a 1 for each unbroken line. He placed the zero for the Kun at the beginning of his sequence. The hexagram Po was 1 (as zeros preceding 1 are disregarded), and stood in the first place in his system. The next, Pi, was 10, that is, our usual 2. The procedure may be continued until all the Sixty-four Hexagrams are numbered in his binary system. In his sequence, the last one is Chien, transcribed as 111111, or 63. 22 I. The American Civilization and Ancient Confucianism in An Open Society x(t + 1) x(t ) =r− x(t ) F .

Rather than background and biology, presidents have utilized universal belief to create an American identity. “The Principle on which this country was founded and by which it has always been governed,” Franklin D. Roosevelt said in 1943, “is that Americanism is a matter of the mind and heart; Americanism is not, and never was, a matter of race and ancestry. A good American is one who is loyal to this country and to our creed of liberty and democracy” (Schlesinger, 1998:43). Roosevelt identified the nation with the principle.

In 1713, in a book called Two Letters on the Binary Number and the Chinese Philosophy, Leibniz claimed that the I Ching was parallel to his own binary code; indeed, he called his invention a “rediscovery” of the principles of the I Ching. But there is more. He conceived this system not only as a purely mathematical scheme but also as a universal calculus. It was supposed to be a language that could help to reconcile the various religious factions in the Europe as well as the nations of Asia and Europe.

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