Elements of management
- A tension in Ch'ing thought: `Historicism' in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Chinese thought. Ng, On-cho // Journal of the History of Ideas;Oct-Dec93, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p561
Examines historicism in 17th and 18th century Chinese thought. Chinese philosophers' preoccupation with practical problems of ordering the world; Shift from the ontological to the ontic in Chinese philosophy; Ahistoricity and historical contingency in the context of Ch'ing thought; Tension in...
- Words of wisdom. Henricks, Mark // Entrepreneur;Nov97, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p76
Discusses the Chinese philosophy and its use by modern-day entrepreneurs. Reference to the book `Classic of the Way,' by philosopher Laotzu; Use of the philosophy in the business arena; How businessman Paul D'Souza has benefited from his use of the Chinese Philosophical system called Taoism;...
- Harness the energy. Colino, Stacey // Women's Sports & Fitness;Nov/Dec96, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p44
Discusses the health benefits and discipline derived from chi or life force and energy. Natural flow of life energy through meridian in the mind and body; Global recognition of chi; Views of people from the West regarding the concept; Benefits and types of yoga; Healing techniques through qi...
- The Ox Mountain Parable of Meng Tzu. Merton, Thomas // Merton Annual;Nov2002, Vol. 15, p20
Presents the text of 'The Ox Mountain Parable,' by the Chinese philosopher Meng Tzu.
- Vibing out the room. // Oregon Business Magazine;Sep97, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p92
Contends that the ancient Chinese philosophy Feng Shui can help promote positive energy needed for planning a meeting. Comments from Elizabeth A. Murphy, owner of Vital Environments of New Jersey.
- From the Editors. Yiyi Chen; Tang, John // Journal of Sino-Western Communications;Dec2010, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p1
No abstract available.
- The Stinkin' Truth. Kouo, Thomas // Oriental Medicine;Winter2009, p25
The author offers his musings about the balance of life applying the concepts of Chinese philosophy.
- Moral leadership in society: Some parallels between the Confucian `noble man' and the Jewish zaddik. Goldman, Rene // Philosophy East & West;Jul95, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p329
Examines the parallelism in the ideas and values of the Chinese and Jews. Indications of this parallelism in the study of the scriptural texts of the two cultures; Suggestions on the worthiness of the comparative study of cultural traditions developed independently of each other.
- Taking the cure. Hayutin, Marnie Engel // Cincinnati Magazine;Mar2001, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p96
Reports on the popularity of feng shui, the Chinese art of placement. Aim of evoking peacefulness and harmony; Historical background of feng shui; Division of space into nine sections which correspond to life areas, namely career, knowledge, family, wealth, fame, marriage, children, helpful...
- THE PURLOINED PHILOSOPHER: YOUZI ON LEARNING BY VIRTUE. Haines, William A. // Philosophy East & West;Oct2008, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p470
An essay is presented on the relationship between the works of Chinese philosophers Confucius and his disciple You Ruo or Youzi.