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Department of Chinese, NTNU
This essay will directly enter into the subject of “Discussion on Making All Things Equal” to select and distinguish the sentences that might lead to misunderstanding and quote the deep reflection of the hermeneutics on the annotation activities to discriminate the difficult parts of various annotations for ages and finally complete the consistent annotation to the argumentation of “Discussion on Making All Things Equal”. It can be learned from the above-mentioned annotation process that the full development on the ideas in “Discussion on Making All Things Equal” is just to elaborate iteratively the idea that “to surpass the existing idea, switch to the idea of proving the truth”. If this idea is mastered, it shall be evident that “seeing things as equal”, in view of Chuang-tzu, is in fact each individual existing idea which created in one's mind, instead of the things objectively and individually existing in reality. By making out this, we can not only decide the argumentation on how to read and interpret the title of “Discussion on Making All Things Equal”, but also clarify the annotation limit of the whole text of the essay, as well as avoid the contemporary annotation to prevent the difference on the objective aspect.
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