DIO-PADRE/DAO-MADRE: DUALISMI OCCIDENTALI E CINESI
di John Lagerwey The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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ma lo Spirito dà vita”
(II Corinzi 3: 6)
This essay consists of three parts corresponding to three theses: 1) dualism can be universal and particular (cultural), 2) the opposition of God-Father /Dao-Mother best sums up the difference between the Chinese and Western dualism; 3) the story can be understood as a process of rationalization patriarchal whose contours are determined by the “fold” detail of a given culture.