Guo Xiang 郭象 [Kuo Hsiang]

Guo Xiang 郭象 [Kuo Hsiang]

ook: zi Zixuan
periode: c. 252-312 n.Chr - Yin dynastie

 

Guo Xiang is samensteller van de overgeleverde Zhuangzi en voorzag deze van commentaar. Hij heeft de toen bestaande tekst van 52 hoofdstukken ingekort en geredigeerd tot de huidige Zhuangzi met 33 hoofdstukken.

De 'Taoist Canon - A Historical Companion to the Daozang' geeft de volgende biografie:
A celebrated philosopher of the Western Jin period (265-316), Guo was a native of Luoyang. He held several honorific court appointments, including gentleman-in-attendance at the Palace Gate (huangmen
shilang). An expert on the Laozi and the Zhuangzi, and an adept of the art of "pure conversation" (qingtan), Guo Xiang expanded upon the work of Xiang Xiu ~ '* (ca. 221-300) to produce the most famous of Zhuangzi commentaries. In the Daozang it has been incorporated into Nanhua zhenjing zhushu. (Schipper 2004 p 1260)

Het complete commentaar is te vinden in:
- Lynn, Richard John (2022). Zhuangzi: A New Translation of the Daoist Classic as Interpreted by Guo Xiang. Columbia University Press.
Dit boek bevat ook een Engelse vertaling van het voor- en nawoord.

De Engelse vertaling van het voor- en nawoord is ook te vinden in:
- Harbsmeier, Christoph (2024). The Inner Chapters of the 'Zhuangzi': With copious annotations from the Chinese commentaries. Harrassowitz Verlag.

 

Klassieke teksten

- bewerker van en commentaar bij de Zhuangzi

Literatuur

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Arendrup, Birthe (1974). The first chapter of Guo Xiàng's commentary to Zhuang Zi: a translation and grammatical analysis. Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 36, 311-415. *
Ook online.

Brackenridge, J. Scot (2010). The Character of Wei-Jin Qingtan: Reading Guo Xiang's Zhuang Zi Commentary as an Expression of Political Practice. *

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Chai, David, redactie (2020). Dao Companion to Xuanxue 玄學 (Neo-Daoism).
ISBN13: 978-3030492274

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Coles, Benjamin (2019). Guo Xiang and the Problem of Self-Cultivation in Daoist Naturalism. Religions, 10 (6) *
Ook online.

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D'Ambrosio, Paul J. (2023). Guo Xiang’s Metaphysics of Being and Action: On the Importance of Xing 性. Religions, 14(7) *
Ook online.

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--- (2016). Guo Xiang on Self-so Knowledge. Asian Philosophy, 26:2 pp 119-132 *

Fraser, Chris (2020). Metaphysics and Agency in Guo Xiang’s Commentary on the Zhuangzi. In David Chai, Dao Companion to Xuanxue 玄學 (Neo-Daoism) hst 18, 343-366 *.

Fung, Yu-lan (2015). Chuang-tzu: a new selected translation with an exposition of the philosophy of Kuo Hsiang. *
Oorspronkelijke uitgave 1931 (The Commercial press Shanghai); Feng Yu-Lan = Feng Youlan
ISBN13: 978-3662480748

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Gao, Yuhan (2022). Rethinking Guo Xiang’s Concept of 'Nothing' in the Perspective of His Reception of Laozi and Zhuangzi. Religions, 13 *
Ook online.

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Kohn, Livia (1992). Early Chinese Mysticism: Philosophy and Soteriology in the Daoist Tradition. Princeton University Press. *
ISBN10: 0691073813

Lo, Yuet Keung (2020). Lone-Transformation and Intergrowth: Philosophy and Self-Justification in Guo Xiang’s Commentary on the Zhuangzi. In David Chai, Dao Companion to Xuanxue 玄學 (Neo-Daoism) hst 19, 367-392 *.

Lynn, Richard John (2019). Birds and Beasts in the Zhuangzi, Fables Interpreted by Guo Xiang and Cheng Xuanying. *

--- (2000). Reading Daoist Texts as Political Theory: Wang Bi on Laozi and Guo Xiang on Zhuangzi: International Congress of Asian and North African Studies. *

Machek, David (2010). Is Freedom in Necessity or in Happiness? Guo Xiang's and Lin Xiyi's Controversial Readings of Zhuangzi's 'Free Rambling'. *
Ook online.

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Valmisa, Mercedes (2019). The happy slave isn't free: Relational autonomy and freedom in the Zhuangzi. *

Ziporyn, Brook (2015). Guo Xiang: The Self-So. In Xiaogan Liu, Dao Companion to Daoist Philosophy hst 17, 397-424 *. Springer

--- (2010). Li in Wang Bi and Guo Xiang: Coherence in the dark. Philosophy and Religion in Early Medieval China, Hst 4 *

--- (2003). The Penumbra Unbound: The Neo-taoist philosophy of Guo Xiang. SUNY Press. *
ISBN10: 0791456625

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