Yin-Yang Theory and Globalization

Ningchuan Wang, Yuze Zou


Based on the discourse of Yin-Yang theory, the paper is to study the relationship between globalization and anti-globalization, attempting to develop an interdisciplinary analytical method via the oriental philosophy. The paper attempts to constitute the following codes for reference in the analysis of international relations: (1) as an analytical model to deconstruct the diverse international phenomena via the oriental traditional philosophy (2) as a mirror or medium to learn international conflicts, helps to communicate ideas, and achieves the moral or ethical consensus; and (3) as a theoretical tool attempting to constitute a new discourse in IR study.
Key words: Yin-Yang; Theory; Globalization;  International Relations; I Ching; Discourse


Yin-Yang; Theory; Globalization; International Relations; I Ching; Discourse

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.sss.1923018420110202.067


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