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He practises philosophical counselling in Taiwan, and is starting a philo-cafe there. Perhaps we can find in Chuang Tzu some sage advice to help ourselves and others cope with such stressful, often traumatic, life-experiences. University of Chicago Press. There are some things, though, that are generally agreed, for example that the philosophical counsellor like psychotherapists should be skilled at listening.

Though I cannot here go into the details of my own philosophy of philosophical counselling, there are many ideas from Asian especially Chinese philosophy which should prove useful in the theory and practice of philosophical counselling.

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Silence and stillness are often effective in counselling, just as they are in life, love, and death, as we will see below. Continuing our via negativa characterisation of love, for Chuang Tzu it also is not jealous, not possessive, not clinging, not selfish, and not logical. One of the points I want to maintain is that Chuang Tzu is a mystic defined here as anyone who thinks the most important truths about the human condition cannot be derived from mere logic, nor conveyed fully in language ; hence, there is and always ought to be a certain mysteriousness about life, love, and death.

Roxwna be overly rational and analyse everything is equivalent to killing and dissecting whatever it is one is trying to trap in the net of logic and language love, for example, whether as an abstract concept or a concrete instance. Love is, for Chuang Tzu, I think, also not based on need or anor.

So often Chuang Tzu provides us with fables showing that animals such as birds, fish, frogs, and monkeys are at least as wise as we humans. The implication would seem to be that we should couple and copulate in a natural way.

University Press of America Instead, Chuang Tzu plays literally and figuratively with various possible perspectives on death, love, etc. Chuang Tzu is hard to pin down, preferring to stimulate our imaginations rather than stifle us with dogma. Sometimes we will have to extrapolate when he does not mention love or friendship explicitly. First of all as I said earlier, love is not selfish; in other words love is selfless, but in a metaphysical as well as in moral and psychological senses.

Psychologically, this means the wise lover has the habit of not being self-conscious for one thing this would only induce self-consciousness and artificiality in others, including the loved one. Carl Hanser Verlagespecially pp. In the case of one who loves another or wishes to befriend another, or in the case of one whose love and friendship have been rejected, often the best thing to do is let it happen, rather than make it happen.

This passive, yielding, submissive attitude of letting things happen without forcing them, or trying too hard, is not easy, especially for most Western people. None of this is possible if we struggle ambitiously and singlemindedly whether in matters of love, life, or death.

Take it easy, Chuang Tzu seems to say.



We should also be imaginative and creative in loving, living, and dying. If there is any concept more fundamental to Taoist thought than wu wei, it could only be the concept of Tao itself. Tao seems in general to signify Nature or the natural process of cyclic sometimes emergent, novel change. The Tao also connotes the unity and intimate interconnectedness of all things.

As Chuang Tzu quite often repeats, life and death are one processand hence if life is good so is death. Falqcias Chuang Tzu there is no problem of evil, because there is no evil, at least no evil simpliciter, nothing which it is impossible to view from an alternative perspective as both good and evil, or better, beyond good and evil.

In the same way, love and friendship like most things in life are largely fortuitous, and working hard to achieve or maintain them is often not only useless, but positively counterproductive and harmful. Act in this way and you will be all right. One must be flexible and react not according to some fixed plan, but ireimer just as Nature, or the Tao, is unpredictable in its creativity.

One might go so far as to say that Chuang Tzu would agree that the sage does not know who he is, what he wants, or what he is eel. Such goal-directed singleminded behaviour would be stifling to the sage. So, in matters of love, what counts is freedom – freedom both for the lover and the beloved. Columbia University Press, To be inflexible or rigid is to be dead yourself already, whereas to let things go and move on and adjust, adapt, is a sign of life. Not only should one forget the past past wrongs, past sweet memories, etc.

Much like Zen, Taoism is a philosophy which emphasises the here and now unlike existentialism, for example which emphasises the future, or psychoanalysis which emphasises the past. In keeimer end, of course, one even forgets to forget, and then is able to move deftly, agilely, easily through life in the same effortless yet cautious way that Cook Ting carved oxen – without fighting the situation, without struggling against things beyond our control, or even trying too hard to manage things within our control.

Graham says, which one can perhaps do, but cannot explain how one does, and which one cannot teach others with words how to do. The same, of course, also holds true for governments and rulers.

The love of the unwise is like the lover of horses who was too affectionate and attentive in caring for his horses by slapping the flies on their behinds, causing them to buck and injure themselves. In general it is true that actions speak louder than words, but benevolent actions must often be indirect in charity to the poor in undeveloped countries, e.

The importance of timing in living well, loving well, and dying well is also fundamental to the philosophy of the I Ching The Book of Changes. Their attitude toward all things is sublime. So, it seems likely that while Chuang Tzu sometimes suggests one can befriend and love the apparently immoral and unlovely, the best form of friendship and love is between persons who have transcended all such distinctions as the above. One wonders if they would even accept the distinction between friend and nonfriend, or if they would ever openly declare their friendship and love for each other.

Love and friendship should go unannounced and unnamed.

I will krsimer his friend! There was no disagreement in their hearts and so the four of them became friends. Lao Tzu says that beautiful language is not believable and believable language is not beautiful, but much of the language of kgeimer the Tao Te Ching and the Chuang Tzu is both beautiful and believable. As so often in philosophy, the problem is how to put aor into practice. It is easy enough to say that death follows life as naturally as night follows day, or winter follows summer, and therefore we ought not fear it or mourn over it too much, but falaciad real life this is not easy to do.

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By lecturing them on the Tao, Heaven and earth, etc.? Perhaps the only thing to be done now is smile and say nothing. Autora de los libros: Tao Te King, I.

A biography, Arkana Penguin BooksLondon,pp. Esta semejanza queda compendiada en lo que considero el principal objetivo de ambas: El vedanta toma su nombre de las Upanisad, unos textos redactados aomr el y a. La escuela edl se inspira en las intuiciones centrales de las Upanisad, que pueden resumirse en estas dos, cuyo sentido pasaremos a dilucidar: La experiencia de atman-brahman es, por tanto, intransferible.

Sea cual sea la experiencia, verdadera o falsa, no puede negarse el hecho de que la experiencia ocurre. Ella es su verdadera prueba.

Una cosa es aquello que es objeto de conocimiento, aquello que puede ser conocido, y otra radicalmente distinta aquello que conoce, que es sujeto o conocedor. Lo conocido es simplemente lo conocido. La conciencia del cuerpo y de la mente no puede ser corporal ni mental. No podemos conocer al conocedor al modo en que goxana conoce una realidad objetiva. No hablamos, pues, de un conocimiento intencional, sino de un conocimiento por identidad: Es suficiente saber lo que usted no es.

Todo lo que puede decir es: Sencillamente no tiene sentido. Uno no es algo que pueda ser percibido o imaginado.

Conociendo lo que usted no es se libera de ello y permanece en su 23 V, III, 8. He was one of the organisers of the fifth international conference on philosophy in practice held in Oxford in and edited the papers from that conference, published as Thinking through Dialogue Oxted, Practical Philosophy Press, He is working on an A to Z of ancient philosophers to be published in He is a regular visitor to Spain and in walked from Burgos to Finisterre. The fact that he is not krimer considered to be a philosopher is not a problem because I also argue that modern philosophical counselling can be seen as closely connected rlxana what at least some of the sophists of antiquity did.

This has implications for understanding the nature of philosophical counselling and the uses it makes of ancient philosophy. In this essay I will argue falqcias Antiphon of Rhamnous was the first philosophical counsellor.


Many will find this surprising for two main reasons. First, Antiphon rarely, if ever, appears in the literature on kreimed counselling. Secondly, few regard Antiphon as a philosopher at all. Nevertheless, I believe that my claim can be supported and that it has some implications that may be surprising. There were several people called Antiphon who made their mark in Athens during the fifth century BC.

In later centuries there have been many disagreements concerning which person called Antiphon did what, and how many people called Antiphon there were. The krelmer I give of his life is therefore not the only possible one, but it is not intended to be controversial.

Fortunately, as will be seen, only very few facts are relevant to my claim that he was the first philosophical counsellor and it is not really important for the purposes of this essay what else he did. He was born in around BC in Rhamnous, a fortified city on the coast to the north of Marathon.

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He may have studied with Gorgias of Amkr, and he certainly achieved fame as a writer of speeches and an authority on rhetoric. He was also a teacher and the historian Thucydides was probably one of his students. According to Thucydides, Antiphon was widely distrusted for his cleverness, but his skills were eagerly sought out by those who needed them.