Series on the History of Chinese Philosophy, Pt. 12

Inhabiting the Ineffable Dao

or, Feeling at Home Right Where You Are

“Walking on a Path in Spring” by Ma Yuan (c. 1160–1225CE). [The poetic colophon written by emperor Ningzong reads: “The wildflowers dance when brushed by my sleeves. Reclusive birds make no sound as they shun the presence of people.”] Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Welcome to Part 12 in this series! If you’ve missed the earlier entries of the series you can check them out here:

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