The Ecological Ideology in Traditional Chinese Culture

Jing-wei LIU

Abstract



Traditional Chinese Culture includes many ecological ideas. This paper studies about some characteristics of them in three aspects. First, the feature that man is an integral part of nature in Traditional Chinese Culture provides potential foundation for harmonic coexistence of man and nature. Second, the concept of “the axes and bills enter the hills and forests only at the proper time” in Traditional Chinese Culture provides a rational basis for harmonic coexistence of man and nature. Third, the orientation of “taking the greatest law so you can live” in Traditional Chinese Culture provides emotional foundation for harmonic coexistence of man and nature
Key words: Traditional Chinese Culture, Ecology, Ideology
Résumé: La culture traditionnelle chinoise comprend pas mal des idées écologiques. Cette thèse présente fait une recherche sur ses caractéristiques en trois aspects : Premièrement, la nature que l’homme est une part intégrale de la nature dans la culture traditionnelle chinoise provient de la fondation potentielle pour la coexistence harmonieuse de l’homme et de la nature. Deuxièment, le concept de « les axes et l’annonce n’entrent dans les montagnes et des forêts qu’à un moment juste » dans la culture traditionnelle chinoise fournit une base rationnelle pour la coexistence harmonieuse de l’homme et de la nature ; Troisièmement, l’orientation de « respecter la plus grade loi et tu peux vivre » dans la culture traditionnelle chinoise fournit une fondation émotionnelle pour la coexistence harmonieuse de l’homme et de la nature.
Mots-clés: a culture traditionnelle chinois ; l’écologie, idéologie

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720060201.009

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