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Analysis of the Implications for "Forgetting" in Chuang Tzu
“Forgetting”in Chuang Tzu refers to two implications: to forget the secular world and to forget the essential way of Tao. The latter makes one forget the material existence so as to maintain virtue, forget awareness to be undifferentiated, and forget words to get beyond the limit of languages. In this way, the essential way of Tao becomes coherent as a whole. Chuang Tzu is convinced to see truth from art by which one is able to appreciate “the great beauty”. To attain to the state of the great beauty, one has to “forget”. Forgetting, in terms of arts, implies that the creation of arts will ultimately attain to the aesthetic state of “forgetting the discrimination between self and others”.
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