• Symbolic Interactionism and Dialects Theory
    is rooted in the dynamisim of the Yin and Yang. Like the classic Yin and Yang, the balance of emotional values in a relationship is always in motion, and any value pushed to its extreme contains the seed of its opposite. Core Concepts There are four main concepts that form the backdrop of...
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  • Major Differencies Between Eastern and Western Philosophies as the Basis for Adult Education
    between the Good and Evil, God and Satan or Psyche and Cupid. Eastern philosophical thought is based on this notion of the Yin and the Yang. Frithjof Capra describes the Yang as the strong,male creative power associated with Heaven while yin is the dark,receptive, female and maternal element. The...
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  • Traditional Chinese Medecine
    Introduction to TCM Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) can date back to thousands of years in Chinese history. It maintained the health condition of Chinese people before the western medicine was brought in China. TCM founds its theories, such as Yin and Yang theory, five phase theory, on the...
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  • Love
    . Eastern philosophical thought is based on this notion of the Yin and the Yang. Frithjof Capra describes the Yang as the strong,male creative power associated with Heaven while yin is the dark,receptive, female and maternal element. The dark yin and the bright yang are arranged in a symmetrical...
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  • World Religions in Detail
    representing Yang (the bright side), while the other is in black, representing Yin (the dark side). There is a black dot in the white part, while a white dot is in the black part representing the Yin and Yang of each other and can transform into the counterpart. The diagram looks like two fish end to end...
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  • Taoism
    their contemporaries and fellow Taoists, the Yellow Turban sect. Zhang's grandson set up a theocratic state into what is now Sichuan province. Today's Zhengyi sect claims continuity with Zhang Daoling. Laozi received imperial recognition as a divinity in 166 CE. The Yin and Yang and "five elements...
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  • An Ideal Hero: Greek vs. Roman
    nature consist. - Covenant: contract; the bod between the Hebrew people and their god. - Yin/Yang: the principle, which ancient Chinese emperors called “the foundation of the entire universe,” interprets all nature as the dynamic product of two interacting cosmic forces, or modes of energy...
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  • Shapes and Texture
    points The circle or disc as emblem of the sun, the primal source of light and energy. Yin-Yang signifies the interactive dualism or dialectics. Idea of opposites. Islamic Art Molded tile panel, 13th–14th century lkhanid period; Iran, Nishapur Ceramic with turquoise and cobalt glaze A perfect...
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  • Philosophy
    energy in life), or the “path” or the “way” There is no separation between heaven and earth, divine and human, but is working together; all is one reality containing yin and yang. Yin represents earth, weakness, darkness, negative, and destruction. Yang represents heaven, strength, light...
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  • Negotiation
    deceptive, this study points out that there exists an intrinsic paradox in Chinese negotiating style which reflects the Yin Yang thinking. The Chinese negotiator has a cultural capacity to negotiate both sincerely and deceptively and he/she changes coping strategies according to situation and...
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  • Chinese Negotiation Style
    other, give birth to each other, and succeed each other at different points in time. 52 The Yin Yang philosophy offers a dialectic worldview, a paradoxical yet balanced approach to life. It is the philosophical foundation that empowers Chinese people to follow different teachings and behave...
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  • culture point
    , describing how polar opposites or seemingly contrary forces are in reality interconnected and interdependent. It reflects the tradition of Chinese ontology that the world is constantly changing and shifting, like the balance between yin and yang, how people view themselves: people from Western...
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  • Emotion vs. Reason
    deliberate about how we should act, and to reach an understanding of ourselves, other people, and the world. That reason and emotion are like the yin and yang of the human condition ... a predominance of one is an imbalance.(Markus, 1991) I would prefer the national decision makers to be...
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  • tyger and the lamb
    significant similarities in these works by William Blake. It is said that human souls have two sides: a good side, and an evil side."The Lamb" and "The Tyger," by William Blake, are both poems of deep meaning. They seem to explain both sides of human nature: the light and the dark, the yin and the yang, the...
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  • Hans Mol
    -2 March-June 1979 Japanese 27 HansMol tributes to innovation and more efficient mastery of the environment. The identity model regards the religionas often dramatizing core of the evolutionary dialectic:identity and change,wholeness and breakdown,k'un and ch'ien, yin and yang, purusa...
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  • sonzu
    the Daoist ideas that have the greatest impact on Sun Tzu’s strategic leadership theory are the dialectic relationship between the contradictory forces of yin and yang, and the significance of the five basic natural elements of water, fire, wood, metal, and earth in warfare. The Legalist ideas of law...
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  • Comparative Study of Pakistan & Chinese Cultures
    ................................................................................................................................................................. 37 RELATIVE PROPERTIES - YIN AND YANG .................................................................................................................... 37 BASIC SUBSTANCE...
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  • Uyghyur Problems in China
    At The Margins: Uyghur Ethnicity and the Friend/Enemy Dialectic in Xinjiang by Tristan Evans BA, University of Victoria, 2008 A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of MA in Political Science  Tristan Evans, 2010 University of Victoria All rights...
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  • Yin and Yang
    YIN AND YANG YIN AND YANG I. THE YIN YANG THEORY Ancient Chinese people were greatly interested in the relationships and patterns that occurred in nature. Instead of studying isolated things, they viewed the world as a harmonious and holistic entity. In their eyes, no single being or form...
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  • World Wide Yin and Yang
    World Wide Yin and Yang The Chinese culture has a variety of religions and philosophies; behind each one there is a core of theories and principles formed by its founders. The aspects of the yin-yang principal are the basis of the three major Chinese religions: Taoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism...
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