Zhuangzi: Basic Writings

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Abyss, 94
Advice, perils of giving, 49 ff.
Ai, duke of Lu, 67–70
Ai Taituo, 67–69
Aided-by-Ink, 79
Ailanthus tree, 29–30
Analects (Confucius), 10; cited, 62n; quoted, 87n, 107n
Antiquity, 139
Argument, 43–44
Attributes, 35, 37n, 71, 108n
Autumn hair, tip of, 38
Bamboo, 119
Beginning, 38
Beia (ghost), 127
Being, 38–39
Beishanlu (Shenqing), quoted, 25n
Bell stand, of woodworker Qing, 129
Betting, and skill, 123–24
Bi Gan, 51, 133
Bian Qingzi, Master, 130–32
Bird, 90
Bird in Lu capital, 117–18, 132
Bo, duke of Chu, 102
Bo Yi, 75, 97
Body: of man, 33–34; care of, 66–67
Bohun Wuren, 65–66
Book of Changes, 10; quoted, 93n
Book of Odes, 2; quoted, 136
Boundaries, 39
Break Vine, 118
Broad-and-Borderless field, 91
Broad-and-Boundless field, 30
Buddhism, 12
Buliang Yi, 78–79
Butterflies, 119
Butterfly, dream of, 44
Categories, 39n, 90n
Caterpillar, 24
Centipedes, 41
Ceremony, 82–85
Chang Hong, 133


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