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|Other Titles:||The "Multiple, Binary, and Unitary (Zero)" Spiral Structure and the Organization of Writing in Literary Works|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
All things on earth are created by and contained in the “Yin-Yang dualism” that interacts between “diversity” and “unity” and forms a “multiple, binary and single (zero)” spiral structure. The Chinese classics Zhou Yi and Lao Tze had discoursed this relation in a philosophical way. The dualistic interaction generally exits in theoretical systems and becomes a methodological principle. When applying to the “organization of writing”, one can prove its effect on literary works. Accordingly, this article explores the formation of the “multiple, binary and single (zero)” spiral structure and its application to the organization of writing in literary works, making examples of the classic prose and poetry.
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