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Discussion about Spiritual Beings from Chu Shi's Concept
Confucianism in the Sung Dynasty had turned to concern about the issue of life and death as well as the origin of universe. This was partly owing to the influence of Buddhism. It was worth noted that discussion about spiritual beings even violated the tradition, as Confucius avoided touching in his conversation with extraordinary things. Chu Shi was one of the most radical scholars who refuted Buddhism. On the other hand, he also had most discussion about spiritual beings. In this article, I try to examine the strength and weakness in Chu Shi's point and his discourses on telepathic inspiration in worship. And I try to explain the meaning of his standpoint from the background of Confucianism.
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