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Zhuangzi (Chuang Tzu) translates as "Master Zhuang" ("Master Chuang").- Zhuang Zhou (Chuang Chou) was his given name.

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Zhuangzi (Chuang Tzu) - Dao Is Open

Chuang Tzu (399 - 295 B.C.) has always been an influential Chinese philosopher
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Hisstyle of writing with its parables and conversations both accessible whileat the same time pointing to deeper issues.Chuang Tzu took the Taoist position of Lao Tzu and developed it further.

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The first volume contains Lao-tzu's Tao te Ching and the first halfof the Writings of Chuang-tzu, including the notes and introductory material.
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In general, our contemporary understanding of Taoist philosophy is deeply predicated on a very thorough intermingling of the ideas of Lao Tzu and Chuang Tzu.Chuang Tzu believed that life is transitory and that the pursuit of wealth and personal aggrandizement were vain follies, which distracted from seeing and understanding the world and contemplating its meaning.


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The second volume completes the Writings of Chuang-tzu, and includesseveral other Taoist texts, including the Tai Shang Tractate.
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How much more is that to which allthings belong and on which the whole process of transformation depends(that is, Tao)?"It is worth noting that there is no sign in either Lao Tzu or Chuang Tzuof a religious inclination (ascribing events and processes to a pantheonof deities, etc.) of the kind which later adherents beset Taoism with.

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Chapters 23-33, called "the Mixed Chapters", are believed to be a compilation of the writings of Zhuangzi and other philosophers of the time.

In 742 CE Emperor Xuanzong of Tang mandated honorific titles for Daoist texts, and he gave the new name of to the Zhuangzi, alluding to the fact that Zhuangzi came from South China.

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All things are blended like this and mutually involve each other."As to the nature of the Tao itself Chuang Tzu's conception was remarkably similar to that of Lao Tzu.

Chuang-tzu is the author of the homonymous book

However, most people still refer to it as .

About the Zhuangzi section at Dao Is Open:

- Provides access to other web sites where much has been written about the philosophical ideas of Zhuangzi, as well as links to English translations and Chinese texts.

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Who is it that has the leisure to devote himself, with such abandoned glee, to making these things happen?"Chuang Tzu felt it was imperative that we transcend all the dualities of existence.

Those who realize their folly are not true fools. Chuang Tzu

It is more ancient than thehighest antiquity but is not regarded as long ago.'One of Chuang Tzu's continuing interests was the issue of theinterchangibility of appearance and reality.

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But the stupid think they are awake all the time and believe they know it distinctly."Once I, Chuang Tzu, dreamed I was a butterfly and was happy as abutterfly.