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Пустотата, от която произлиза Животът (13 вида по Лао Дзъ и още няколко)
The Emptiness Which Life Comes from (13 Kinds According to Lao-Tseu and Some More)

Author(s): Yana Rasheva-Merdjanova
Subject(s): Philosophy
Published by: Институт за изследвания на обществата и знанието при БАН
Keywords: synergy; synergy of values; vacuity; absence; pentagram; interaction; desert; eremites; kinships; lee; life

Summary/Abstract: In the light of synergy there is a search for the kinships between conceptions of the world and philosophies of most remote epochs and cultures – Old Chinese (Lao Dzu); Orthodox Christian (St. Ivan Rilski); Modern (authors). Is the existence of any bridges possible, and, moreover, of such that are within the abilities of the postmodern conflicting spirit … Since the beginning of kinships – since the community in the human tribal spirit, since the community of meanings, since the community of messages (goals) and even since some community of expression … Questions that are difficult to be identified even on a concept level, on a genre-composition level, on a style level and on a text level. And yet, experience is available.

  • Issue Year: XVI/2007
  • Issue No: 6
  • Page Range: 141-150
  • Page Count: 10
  • Language: Bulgarian