By Cyrille Javary
On ne pense pas, on n'imagine pas, on ne despatched pas de los angeles même façon en Chine et en Occident. Ce constat déroutant doit nous interpeller : notre imaginative and prescient du monde n'est pas universelle, elle est un héritage culturel qui imprègne notre quotidien autant que notre philosophie. Nous avons donc tout à apprendre d'un monde si différent et qui entend aujourd'hui jouer un rôle de most well known plan.
Cyrille Javary, dont on connaît par ses nombreuses guides le expertise d'initiateur à los angeles tradition chinoise, nous livre ici une synthèse à l. a. fois profonde et ludique des dynamiques à l'oeuvre dans le « penser » chinois. Ce n'est pas l'essence des êtres et des choses qui est centrale dans cette notion du monde, mais le changement incessant, los angeles dialectique féconde entre Yin et Yang, le subtil balancement entre Terre et Ciel. De ces entre-deux omniprésents jaillit un rapport particulier à l'espace et au temps, une imaginative and prescient originale de l. a. civilisation, de l. a. spiritualité et de los angeles politique. Cyrille Javary nourrit son propos de mille anecdotes du quotidien, mais aussi de l. a. grande Histoire de l. a. Chine, pour nous faire découvrir de l'intérieur cette civilisation à l. a. fois old et ultra-moderne.
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