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Exploration of "The Book of Changes" in View of Fate
This paper is trying to accomplish the discourses of the other two articles: "Exploration of the Book of Changes in view of Time" and "Exploration of the Book of Changes in view of Space", which are authored by Professor Huang Ching-Hsuang. According to the context in "The Book of Changes" referring to "fates", I explain their different meanings. The circulation and changes of time can be reflected to the systematic structure of space. Understanding the connotation of time and space (i.e. the universe), one can fulfill the virtues and ultimately to control his fates. There is always an interaction between the inherent quality of being and fate. Based on the subject consciousness and moral activism, one can penetrate his intrinsic fate, the reasonable fate and the virtuous fate, then harmonizes with the divine fate. This is the theme of philosophic practice implied in "The Book of Changes".
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