Tai ji tai xuan ti xi: Pu shi gui lü di yi xue tan ao (Mandarin Chinese Edition) (Taichi Taiyin System) 太极太玄体系 ISBN: 9787500411048

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序 引言

第一章 从周期运动和三维角度对太极太玄体系作一简单介绍

一、太极体系的四种表示形式

二、太极大玄体系和二、三进制

三、大玄体系的扼要介绍

第二章 化学元素的周期变化及其太极大玄时空结构

一、关于化学元素周期的完整性--周期的结构和始点终点问题

二、化学元素周期太极太玄结构表现出来的几种性质

三、易学空间与现实空间

第三章 月地日系统的周期运动及其时空的太极太玄结构

一、以易学原理研究月地日运动的新进展

二、月地运行周期与太极太玄模型的对比

三、月亮远(近)地点的回归运动和60 特征点的卦象结构四、干支纪年方法的来源及其科学内容

五、五行的含义及其应用中医“五运六气” 起源的破译

第四章 极移钱德勒周期与中医五运六气周期关系的对应

一、关于月地日周期

二、关于极移钱德勒周期

三、中医五运六气周期及其与极移钱德勒周期的对应

四、关于月地日周期的小结,一历元可推算吗?

第五章 也谈《老子》的是与非

一、《老子》集古代方法论研究之大成,从而成为全面阐述朴素辩证法的专著

二、《易》、《老》、《太玄》对辩证法运动的认识与现代认识的比较

三、也谈《老子》的评价第六章 太极太玄模型的内容、普适性和应用前景

一、太极大玄体系是物质周期运动的普适数学模型——关于时空的讨论

二、太极太玄模型的内容及其演算规则

三、研究太极太玄模型的实用意义

Preface

Chapter 1 A Brief Introduction to Taiji Tai Xuan System from Periodic Movement and Three-dimensional Perspective

I. Four representations of Tai Chi system

Second, Taiyuan Xuan system and second and third systems

Third, the brief introduction of Daxuan system

Chapter II The Periodic Changes of Chemical Elements and Their Hyperspace and Space-time Structure

I. The completeness of the cycle of chemical elements–The structure of the cycle and the end of the cycle

Second, the chemical element cycle Taiji Tai Xuan structure shows several properties

Third, easy to learn space and reality space

Chapter III The Periodic Movement of the Moon-Sun System and Its Temporal and Taiji Structure

I. Studying the New Development of the Moon-Day Movement with the Principle of Yi-ology

Second, the monthly operation cycle and Taiji Tai Xuan model comparison

III. The regressive movement of the moon’s distant (near) locations and the structure of the 60-feature elephants. IV. Sources and scientific content of the method of dry branches

The Meanings of the Five and Five Elements and the Application of the Breakthrough of the Origin of the Chinese Medicine “Five Movements and Six Gases”

Chapter 4 The Correspondence between the Polar Shift Chandler Cycle and the TCM Cycle of Five Transports and Six Gases

I. About the Moon Day Cycle

Second, on the polar movement Chandler cycle

III. Correspondence between TCM’s five-transport and six-gas cycle and its polar movement to Chandler’s cycle

Fourth, on the summary of the monthly cycle of the moon, can an epoch be calculated?

The fifth chapter also talk about “Laozi” is right and wrong

First, Lao Tzu’s collection of ancient methodological studies has become a monograph to comprehensively expound the simple dialectic method.

II. Comparison of Understanding and Modern Understanding of Dialectics between Yi, Lao, and Tai Xuan

Third, also talk about the evaluation of “Laozi” The sixth chapter Taiji Tai Xuan model content, universality and application prospects

1. The tai-hyeon system is a universal mathematical model of the material cycle movement – discussion on space-time

Second, Tai Chi Tai Xuan model content and its calculation rules

Third, study the practical significance of the Taiji Tai Xuan model

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Discussing "Chou i" and "T°ai hsèuan ching" and their relations to natural sciences. 序 引言 第一章 从周期运动和三维角度对太极太玄体系作一简单介绍 一、太极体系的四种表示形式 二、太极大玄体系和二、三进制 三、大玄体系的扼要介绍 第二章 化学元素的周期变化及其太极大玄时空结构 一、关于化学元素周期的完整性--周期的结构和始点终点问题 二、化学元素周期太极太玄结构表现出来的几种性质 三、易学空间与现实空间 第三章 月地日系统的周期运动及其时空的太极太玄结构 一、以易学原理研究月地日运动的新进展 二、月地运行周期与太极太玄模型的对比 三、月亮远(近)地点的回归运动和60 特征点的卦象结构四、干支纪年方法的来源及其科学内容 五、五行的含义及其应用中医“五运六气” 起源的破译 第四章 极移钱德勒周期与中医五运六气周期关系的对应 一、关于月地日周期 二、关于极移钱德勒周期 三、中医五运六气周期及其与极移钱德勒周期的对应 四、关于月地日周期的小结,一历元可推算吗? 第五章 也谈《老子》的是与非 一、《老子》集古代方法论研究之大成,从而成为全面阐述朴素辩证法的专著 二、《易》、《老》、《太玄》对辩证法运动的认识与现代认识的比较 三、也谈《老子》的评价第六章 太极太玄模型的内容、普适性和应用前景 一、太极大玄体系是物质周期运动的普适数学模型——关于时空的讨论 二、太极太玄模型的内容及其演算规则 三、研究太极太玄模型的实用意义 Preface Chapter 1 A Brief Introduction to Taiji Tai Xuan System from Periodic Movement and Three-dimensional Perspective I. Four representations of Tai Chi system Second, Taiyuan Xuan system and second and third systems Third, the brief introduction of Daxuan system Chapter II The Periodic Changes of Chemical Elements and Their Hyperspace and Space-time Structure I. The completeness of the cycle of chemical elements--The structure of the cycle and the end of the cycle Second, the chemical element cycle Taiji Tai Xuan structure shows several properties Third, easy to learn space and reality space Chapter III The Periodic Movement of the Moon-Sun System and Its Temporal and Taiji Structure I. Studying the New Development of the Moon-Day Movement with the Principle of Yi-ology Second, the monthly operation cycle and Taiji Tai Xuan model comparison III. The regressive movement of the moon's distant (near) locations and the structure of the 60-feature elephants. IV. Sources and scientific content of the method of dry branches The Meanings of the Five and Five Elements and the Application of the Breakthrough of the Origin of the Chinese Medicine "Five Movements and Six Gases" Chapter 4 The Correspondence between the Polar Shift Chandler Cycle and the TCM Cycle of Five Transports and Six Gases I. About the Moon Day Cycle Second, on the polar movement Chandler cycle III. Correspondence between TCM's five-transport and six-gas cycle and its polar movement to Chandler's cycle Fourth, on the summary of the monthly cycle of the moon, can an epoch be calculated? The fifth chapter also talk about "Laozi" is right and wrong First, Lao Tzu's collection of ancient methodological studies has become a monograph to comprehensively expound the simple dialectic method. II. Comparison of Understanding and Modern Understanding of Dialectics between Yi, Lao, and Tai Xuan Third, also talk about the evaluation of "Laozi" The sixth chapter Taiji Tai Xuan model content, universality and application prospects 1. The tai-hyeon system is a universal mathematical model of the material cycle movement - discussion on space-time Second, Tai Chi Tai Xuan model content and its calculation rules Third, study the practical significance of the Taiji Tai Xuan model
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中医科学性是必须进行论证的,否则,中医在中国,在世界的推广和普及就是一句空话。《天道·地道·人道:中医科学性的准思考》一书,运用赤道坐标系观测知识,展示了古代中国天文学那堪与现代天文学相媲美的科学时空观念。运用五大行星变化规律,阐明了阴阳五行相生相克原理。以无可辩驳的历史事实,介绍了中华文明“气”科学理论准确内涵。在证实历法科学性基础上,为证实中医学术理论科学性开了先河。不仅可以启发更多相关学科的学者,从更宽广的视角与更深远的空间,来聚焦中医科学性,而且非常有助于提升海内外学术界对中医科学性的理解与阐发。

中医科学性问题,历来颇有争议。中医所命名的脏腑,经络,不是与解剖出来的人体器官直接对应,而是与阴阳五行八卦、十干,十二支直接对应。阴阳五行八卦、干支这些气数,是远古中华民族先哲,根据北斗徊转,五大行星迁移与气候变化相互感应规律所制订的历法。

本书中涉及到的中华传统科学技术与思想文化知识,对很多非物质文化遗产之内在科技含量予以深刻揭示,应该说这些内容,是比非物质文化遗产还要珍贵的,值得广泛宣扬与推广。

目录
引言 中医是黑箱还是水晶球
第一编 中医学术理论源在何方
在揭示中医科学性问题上中医专业人士的缺席
一、有关死刑、死缓、起死回生的病例
二、不证实中医的科学性,中医的优势和特色就难以被认可
三、阴阳五行的科学性是探询中医学术理论科学性的切入点
四、阴阳五行与春、夏、长夏、秋、冬五个时节相通
五、与其他学科专业人士共同揭示中医学术理论科学性的必要
中医一西医,同医不同一
一、中医学不以解剖实物命名人体器官
1·所言“节”者,神气所游行出入也,非皮肉筋骨也
2.气血在人体经脉的运行与天地纲纪十二支直接对应
3.中医命名人体器官的依据是“天人相应”规律
二、中医不以生理、病理、生物化学作为基础理论
1.“感性直观经验”论抽掉了中医学活的灵魂
2.“不知年之所加,气之盛衰,虚实之所起,不可以为工矣”
三、中医不以西医的医理进行治疗
四、摆脱西学思维方式的桎梏
1.不揭示阴阳五行、八卦、干支的准确含义,中医自身就缺乏活力
2.母语流失,文化贬值,中医、中华传统科学思想文化丧失了合法话语权
3.“学术不分中西”的恶果
4.中医自我的悲哀在于没有找回能够正确指引航向的罗盘
阴阳五行、八卦、干支、二十四节气是中医理论的根
一、被掩盖的阴阳五行、八卦、干支
二、阴阳五行、八卦、干支只能还原到二十四节气
1.古人一定不会以为木生火即钻木可以取火,水生木即树木得水才能繁荣
2.阴阳五行、八卦、干支与彝族十月历
3.十二支纪十二月的历法
4.阴阳五行八卦起源于河图洛书,河图洛书与彝族十月历息息相通
5.依据二十四节气划分的十干、十二支与八卦
三、十干、十二支的物候依据
四、中医理论的根
五、通过实实在在的古代中国天文学知识来确定真理
阴阳五行——美丽优雅的普世真理
一、阴阳五行与四时五季的区别
二、阴阳五行——中医学及中华文明的科学物质生成观念
1.阴阳五行学说与基本粒子学说都是美丽优雅的普世真理
2.澄清特异功能与“气功”之间的区别,破解阴阳五行头顶上的伪科学紧箍咒
三、科学体系不会只有一种,客观真理也不会只有一个
1.共同的尺度从哪里来
……
第二编 阴阳五行、八卦、干支、二十四节气的时空背景
第三编 天地框架中的气科学理论
第四编 为本真中医精髓鸣冤辩屈

The scientific nature of Chinese medicine must be demonstrated. Otherwise, the promotion and popularization of Chinese medicine in China is an empty phrase. “Tiandao·Tao·Humanism: A quasi-thinking of the scientific nature of Chinese medicine”, using the observational knowledge of the equatorial coordinate system, shows the concept of scientific space-time that is comparable to modern astronomy in ancient Chinese astronomy. Using the laws of the five planets to change, the principles of the yin and yang eternal principles are illustrated. The irrefutable historical facts introduced the accurate connotation of the scientific theory of “chi” in the Chinese civilization. On the basis of confirming the scientific nature of the calendar, it is the first time to confirm the scientific nature of TCM academic theory. It can not only inspire more scholars of related disciplines, but also focus on the scientific nature of Chinese medicine from a broader perspective and far-reaching space, and it is very helpful in enhancing the understanding and interpretation of the scientific nature of Chinese medicine both at home and abroad.

The scientific issues of Chinese medicine have always been controversial. The organs and meridians named in traditional Chinese medicine do not directly correspond to the anatomized human organs. Instead, they directly correspond to the yin and yang elements of five lines, eight lines, ten dry lines, and twelve lines. The yin and yang of the Five Elements and Eight Guards, and the dry support of these numbers are ancient Chinese philosophers. According to the diversion of the Beidou, the calendar of the mutual induction of the five planets’ migration and climate change was established.

The traditional Chinese science, technology, and ideological and cultural knowledge involved in this book has profoundly revealed the intrinsic scientific and technological content of many intangible cultural heritages. It should be said that these contents are even more precious than intangible cultural heritages, and they deserve to be widely publicized and promoted. .

table of Contents
Introduction Chinese medicine is black box or crystal ball
Part I Where is the origin of TCM academic theory?
Absence of Chinese medicine professionals in revealing scientific issues in TCM
I. Cases Related to Death Penalty, Death Penalty, and Death-Returning
Second, without confirming the scientific nature of Chinese medicine, the advantages and characteristics of Chinese medicine are difficult to be recognized.
Third, the scientific nature of the five elements of yin and yang is the starting point for exploring the scientific nature of TCM academic theory
Fourth, the five elements of yin and yang communicate with the spring, summer, long summer, autumn and winter seasons.
V. Necessary to jointly reveal the scientific nature of TCM academic theory with professionals in other disciplines
A Western medicine doctor, different from the same medical
I. Chinese medicine does not name human organs by anatomical objects
1. Those who say “festival” in their speech, and that they march in and out of the air, are not skinny bones.
2. The direct relationship between the operation of human blood meridians and the twelve branches of the heaven and earth disciplines
3. The basis of traditional Chinese medicine for naming human organs is the “law of nature”
Second, Chinese medicine does not use physiology, pathology, and biochemistry as the basic theory
1. The Theory of “Perceptual Intuitive Experience” Pulled out the Living Soul of Chinese Medicine
2. “I don’t know what the year is, the ups and downs of the air, and the real and the real, it can’t be a job.”
Third, Chinese medicine is not treated with Western medicine
Fourth, get rid of the Western way of thinking
1. Do not reveal the exact meaning of yin and yang elements, gossip, and dry branches. Chinese medicine itself lacks vitality.
2. Loss of mother tongue, devaluation of culture, traditional Chinese medicine, traditional Chinese scientific ideology and culture lost its right to speak
3. The Causes of “Academic Division of China and the West”
4. The sadness of self-cultivation of Chinese medicine lies in not finding a compass that can correctly guide the course.
Yin and yang, five elements, gossip, stem and twenty-four solar terms are the roots of traditional Chinese medicine theory
First, the covered yin and yang elements, gossip, and dry branches
Second, the yin and yang elements, the gossip, and the dry support can only be restored to the 24th solar terms.
1. The ancients must not think that wood fires are drillable fires;
2. Yin and Yang Five Elements, Eight Diagrams, Ganzhi and the Yi People’s October Calendar
3. December Calendar of the Twelve Branches
4. The yin and yang gossip originated from He Tuluo. He Tuluo and the Yi’s October Calendar are connected.
5. According to the twenty-four solar terms divided ten dry, twelve and gossip
Three, ten dry and twelve branch phenology basis
Fourth, the root of traditional Chinese medicine theory
V. Determination of Truth Through Practical Knowledge of Ancient Chinese Astronomy
Yin Yang Five Elements – Beautiful and Elegant Worldly Truth
First, the difference between yin and yang and the five seasons
Second, yin and yang: the concept of scientific material generation in Chinese medicine and Chinese civilization
1. The yin and yang theory of five elements and basic particle theory are all beautiful and elegant universal truths
2. Clarify the distinction between specific functions and “Qigong” and break the pseudo-scientific spells on the top of the yin and yang elements
Third, there will not be only one scientific system, nor will there be only one objective truth.
1. Where do common dimensions come from?
……
Part II Space-time Background of Yinyang, Wuxing, Bagua, Ganzhi, 24 Solar Terms
The third part of the gas science theory in the framework of heaven and earth
The fourth series is based on the essence of true Chinese medicine

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中医科学性是必须进行论证的,否则,中医在中国,在世界的推广和普及就是一句空话。《天道·地道·人道:中医科学性的准思考》一书,运用赤道坐标系观测知识,展示了古代中国天文学那堪与现代天文学相媲美的科学时空观念。运用五大行星变化规律,阐明了阴阳五行相生相克原理。以无可辩驳的历史事实,介绍了中华文明“气”科学理论准确内涵。在证实历法科学性基础上,为证实中医学术理论科学性开了先河。不仅可以启发更多相关学科的学者,从更宽广的视角与更深远的空间,来聚焦中医科学性,而且非常有助于提升海内外学术界对中医科学性的理解与阐发。 中医科学性问题,历来颇有争议。中医所命名的脏腑,经络,不是与解剖出来的人体器官直接对应,而是与阴阳五行八卦、十干,十二支直接对应。阴阳五行八卦、干支这些气数,是远古中华民族先哲,根据北斗徊转,五大行星迁移与气候变化相互感应规律所制订的历法。 本书中涉及到的中华传统科学技术与思想文化知识,对很多非物质文化遗产之内在科技含量予以深刻揭示,应该说这些内容,是比非物质文化遗产还要珍贵的,值得广泛宣扬与推广。 目录 引言 中医是黑箱还是水晶球 第一编 中医学术理论源在何方  在揭示中医科学性问题上中医专业人士的缺席  一、有关死刑、死缓、起死回生的病例  二、不证实中医的科学性,中医的优势和特色就难以被认可  三、阴阳五行的科学性是探询中医学术理论科学性的切入点  四、阴阳五行与春、夏、长夏、秋、冬五个时节相通  五、与其他学科专业人士共同揭示中医学术理论科学性的必要  中医一西医,同医不同一   一、中医学不以解剖实物命名人体器官  1·所言“节”者,神气所游行出入也,非皮肉筋骨也   2.气血在人体经脉的运行与天地纲纪十二支直接对应   3.中医命名人体器官的依据是“天人相应”规律   二、中医不以生理、病理、生物化学作为基础理论  1.“感性直观经验”论抽掉了中医学活的灵魂   2.“不知年之所加,气之盛衰,虚实之所起,不可以为工矣”   三、中医不以西医的医理进行治疗   四、摆脱西学思维方式的桎梏  1.不揭示阴阳五行、八卦、干支的准确含义,中医自身就缺乏活力   2.母语流失,文化贬值,中医、中华传统科学思想文化丧失了合法话语权   3.“学术不分中西”的恶果   4.中医自我的悲哀在于没有找回能够正确指引航向的罗盘  阴阳五行、八卦、干支、二十四节气是中医理论的根  一、被掩盖的阴阳五行、八卦、干支   二、阴阳五行、八卦、干支只能还原到二十四节气  1.古人一定不会以为木生火即钻木可以取火,水生木即树木得水才能繁荣   2.阴阳五行、八卦、干支与彝族十月历   3.十二支纪十二月的历法   4.阴阳五行八卦起源于河图洛书,河图洛书与彝族十月历息息相通   5.依据二十四节气划分的十干、十二支与八卦   三、十干、十二支的物候依据   四、中医理论的根  五、通过实实在在的古代中国天文学知识来确定真理  阴阳五行——美丽优雅的普世真理  一、阴阳五行与四时五季的区别   二、阴阳五行——中医学及中华文明的科学物质生成观念   1.阴阳五行学说与基本粒子学说都是美丽优雅的普世真理   2.澄清特异功能与“气功”之间的区别,破解阴阳五行头顶上的伪科学紧箍咒   三、科学体系不会只有一种,客观真理也不会只有一个   1.共同的尺度从哪里来 …… 第二编 阴阳五行、八卦、干支、二十四节气的时空背景 第三编 天地框架中的气科学理论 第四编 为本真中医精髓鸣冤辩屈
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yin and yang of Mathematics and its applications in medicine (Traditional Chinese Medicine) (paperback) 阴阳五行数学及其在中医学上的应用

Author: MENG KAI TAO 孟凯韬
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国家攀登计划特别支持项目国家重大基础研究前期研究专项支持项目国家重点基础研究发展计划(“973”计划)支持项目; 《阴阳五行数学及其在中医学上的应用》适合中医、哲学和数学专业的在校大学生和教师阅读,也适合中医爱好者阅读。阴阳五行数学是哲理数学的分支学科。《阴阳五行数学及其在中医学上的应用》论及阴阳五行数学的基本理论及其在中医学,特别是辨证论治中的应用。其中的数十个定理是根据从阴阳五行的特征抽象出的3个公理严格推导出来的。这些定理破解了中医界几千年悬而未解的理论之谜。由其中一些定理所推出的阴阳五行生理和病理公式揭示出入体生理和病理活动的普遍规律。由之不仅可以对中医的治疗方法进行严格的数学论证,从而从逻辑检验的角度证明中医治疗方法的科学性或对不完善者揭示出完善的途径;而且可以反推出中医经典处方并判断其是否完善和对不完善者揭示出完善的途径,从而为中医的创新开辟一条道路。这种用公式推导处方的方法将东方的整体思维与西方的分析思维相结合,将中医的理、法、方、药熔于一炉,不仅使中医变得容易理解,而且可以和计算机结合,使辨证论治规范化和现代化成为可能,使中医学有可能成为具有现代科学特征的科学。书中列举反推经典处方的实例100个,涉及经典处方109则。 The "Yin and Yang Five Elements Mathematics and Its Application in Traditional Chinese Medicine" is suitable for college students and teachers of Chinese medicine, philosophy, and mathematics. It is also suitable for Chinese medicine enthusiasts to read. The yin and yang five-element mathematics is a branch of philosophy mathematics. "Yin and Yang Five Elements Mathematics and Its Application in Traditional Chinese Medicine" discusses the basic theories of yin and yang and the five elements of mathematics and their application in traditional Chinese medicine, especially syndrome differentiation. Dozens of theorems are strictly derived from the three axioms abstracted from the features of Yin-Yang and Five Elements. These theorems break the mystery of the unresolved theory for thousands of years in the Chinese medicine community. The physiology and pathology of yin and yang, which were introduced by some of these theorems, reveals the general laws of physiology and pathology of the body. Therefore, it is not only possible to conduct strict mathematical argumentation on the treatment of traditional Chinese medicine, thus demonstrating the scientificity of the treatment of traditional Chinese medicine from the point of view of logic testing, or revealing perfect ways for the imperfect; it is also possible to reverse the introduction of traditional Chinese medicine prescriptions and determine whether it is Perfecting and revealing perfect ways for imperfect people to open up a path for innovation in Chinese medicine. This method of deducing prescriptions using formulas combines eastern thinking with western analytical thinking, and melts the principles, methods, prescriptions, and medicines of traditional Chinese medicine in a furnace. This not only makes Chinese medicine easier to understand, but also integrates with computers. It is possible to standardize and modernize syndrome differentiation and treatment, so that Chinese medicine may become a science with modern scientific characteristics. The book lists 100 examples of reflexive classic prescriptions, involving classic prescriptions 109.
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杨效雷著的《诠释学视野下的易学(精)》在前人相关研究成果的基础之上,有意识地借鉴"视域""先行结构"等诠释学理论,总结易学史上各家新说产生的来龙去脉,相互攻驳,吸收西方解释学方法,以不同的视角演绎易学大系的承传,于微观考据和宏观论述都时出新意,可作为易学经典名著的导读之作。 目录 第一章两汉时期的《周易》诠释 第一节孟喜和京房的《周易》诠释 一、孟喜的《周易》诠释 二、京房的《周易》诠释 第二节郑玄和荀爽的《周易》诠释 一、郑玄的《周易》诠释 二、荀爽的《周易》诠释 第三节虞翻的《周易》诠释 一、月体纳甲说 二、逸象 第二章魏晋至宋元时期的《周易》诠释 第一节王弼的《周易》诠释 一、得意忘象 二、说以老庄 第二节程颐的《周易》诠释 一、以“理”诠《易》 二、以“民生”思想诠《易》 三、“卦才”和“乾坤卦变”说 第三节朱熹的《周易》诠释 一、以筮诠《易》 二、以图诠《易》 第四节吴澄的《周易》诠释 一、卦统说 二、卦主说 三、卦变说 第三章明清时期的《周易》诠释 第一节来知德的《周易》诠释 一、不知其象,《易》不注可也 二、以象诠《易》的意义 三、以象诠《易》的弊病 第二节王夫之的《周易》诠释 一、以唯物主义自然观诠《易》 二、以“理气”观诠《易》 三、以“道器”观诠《易》 四、以阴阳对立统一的矛盾观诠《易》 五、以动静对立统一的运动观诠《易》 六、以“常”“变”对立统一的变化观诠《易》 七、以其他思想诠《易》 第三节李塨的《周易》诠释 一、“专明人事,切于实用”的易学观 二、为人处世之见解和主张的渗入 三、《周易传注》中所见李塨的哲学思想 四、阐发政治伦理 五、超越功利的吉凶观 六、《周易传注》中的道家思想 七、引史事以证经文 第四节焦循的《周易》诠释 一、旁通、相错与时行三说考述 二、焦循易学构架的道德义理诠释与“声训” 第五节高邮王氏父子的《周易》诠释 一、对虞翻《易》注的辩驳 二、对郑玄和荀爽《易》注的辩驳 附录一“河图”“洛书”非点阵之图考 一、先秦文献中有关“河图”“洛书”的原始记载之分析 二、宋人作伪之破绽 三、两个争论焦点的讨论 附录二《周易》阴阳观与和合文化析论 一、《周易》阴阳交易观与和合文化同一性 二、《周易》阴阳分判观与和合文化差异性 三、《周易》尊阳抑阴观与和合文化主导性 关键词索引
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Author: BEN SHE
Pages: 562
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This book is an introduction to Chinese traditional culture classics. Around the theme of the Yin, the Yang and Five Elements, the book discusses the origin, development of the Yin, the Yang and Five Elements, and the relationship between them and human, and their association with Chinese culture and history, and focuses on the concept of "" harmony in human and nature"". He advocats that people should follow the nature laws, and keep health in accordance with scientific ways.The book talks about health care from the perspective of culture ;meanwhile, it is also one of the best books for people to understand Chinese traditional culture.
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Happy Birthday to my dear teacher Buddha

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My Gratitude to Buddha… Thank you for teaching me how to look after the physical body. Thank you for teaching me how to manage the emotional mind. Thank you for teaching me the correct mental perception of kindness. Thank you for showing me how to live a life that is full of charitable behavior. Thank you for revealing the wisdom of Impermanence, Dissatisfaction, and Egolessness.

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System wholeness and Unity in Diversity within ISSS 2016 系統的完整性與系統界之求同存異、博大精深、見微知著、對立統一。

中醫藥工程學 Traditional Chinese Medicine Engineering

Chicken or egg first 先有雞還是先有雞蛋?

國際系統科學協會第60屆週年國際研討會 The 60th Annual World Conference of the International Society for the Systems Sciences www.isss.org/

健康與系統思維特別融合小組 Health and System thinking Special Integration Group

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系統論基礎工作坊:佛學的東方系統思維 以天人合一理解系統完整性 Systems Basics in Understanding System Wholeness “Reuniting Nature and Humanity”: The Oriental Systems Thinking in the teaching of Buddha.

Presentation: System wholeness and Unity in Diversity within ISSS 系統的完整性與系統界之求同存異、博大精深、見微知著、對立統一。

Abstract: A better way to explain the wholeness from an oriental point of view is the major direction of our research, but in the end it seems to coincide with modern Western systems thinking such as Relational-theory and DSRP systems thinking, as well as physics and mathematics. The first step starts from the concentration on the parts as in Reductionistic thinking, to the concentration on wholeness as in Systems thinking. Both schools of thought are important in their corresponding applications. The second step involves the combination of the observer and decision maker into the system, similar to the five aggregates human mind system in the teaching of Buddha, and the Relational-Theory by John Kineman. But finally the structure of the environment also need to be included for the sack of wholeness, similar to Schema theory by Kent Palmer. Now all three are coming together and forming the much better wholeness. However, this is only the structure and properties of the wholeness, and there is also the diagnostic and regulative part from Traditional Chinese Medicine, which could be the application part of systems theory in real life problem solving. Together they are very promising in forming the wholeness of systems theory and systems practice.

The structures and functions of human body in Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on the oriental system thinking of Taichi Yin-Yang structures and functions. Researches show that similar structures and functions are found in modern Western systems theories which are composed of systems, observers and decision makers, and the environment. TCM employs different systemic models to diagnose the human body. However, all these models employ the common 3D structure of Superficial-Internal, Cold-Hot, and Deficient-Excess spectrums. This oriental systems thinking seems promising in combining with modern Western systems theory in the application of system diagnosis and re-balancing. It is hoped that the combination of the east-west systems thinking will finally help human understanding in solving the modern complex problems.

Chinese writing, English writing, Middle East writing emerging from different directions will in the end all occupy the whole paper to express the intended ideas, emotion, systems, instructions, and knowledge. Different systemic models arise together with their corresponding observers and decision makers. That is, people located with different geometrical properties, from Southern or Northern part of china. In addition, people with different properties because of the different state of their civilization, either at war or peace, lack of or over-supply of food, too much leisure or too much hard work. That is to say, the systemic model is also related to the environment, combined and emerged into the perspectives part, the water sub-system, of the whole system.

References:

-Traditional Chinese Medicine Engineering by Tomas www.YinYangBalance.Asia

中醫藥工程學 黃炎 – www.陰陽平衡.com

-Schemas Theory Research Initiative by Kent Palmer http://schematheory.net/

-Relational Theory by John Kineman relational-science.org

-DSRP systems thinking by Derek Cabrera stdaily.ghost.io/tag/dsrpfaq/

-Platonic Solids in All Dimensions: http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/platonic.html

 

 

 

SYNTHESIZING TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE AND ENGINEERING THROUGH SYSTEM ENGINEERING – Traditional Chinese Medicine Engineering 以系統工程學綜合中醫藥與工程學 – 中醫藥工程學

Presentation: 13:30 Parallel Sessions – Tuesday July 29, 2014 Funger Hall Room 207 Funger Hall Room 220 ISSS2014 conference paper #2286

Full Paper: T S L Wong, E C Yan Huang, 2016, Synthesising Traditional Chinese Medicine and Engineering through Systems Engineering: Traditional Chinese Medicine Engineering Proceedings of the 60th Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS), Vol 1, No 1 (2016) ISSN: 1999-6918

ABSTRACT

This paper searches for an entry point and a platform to learn across boundaries to achieve synthesis, so that Traditional Chinese Medicine and system engineering could also understand each other and benefit from each other. The search involves investigation of both western and eastern point of view including systems theories, set theory, Confucianism, and Daoism. A promising Yin-Yang Five Elements i ± 1 System is established through this research.

Keywords: Yin-Yang Five Elements i ± 1 System 陰陽五行天地人系統, pattern identification/syndrome differentiation and treatment/ Differential Diagnosis-cure process 辨證論治, holism 整體觀念, unification between nature and human 天人相應, differentiation and integration 分辨與整合,微分與積分, Fractals, macroscopic-microscopic systemic view 宏觀與微觀的系統性, 中庸 doctrine of the mean, 中道 The middle path, synthesizing, traditional chinese medicine, engineering, system engineering, traditional chinese medicine engineering 中醫藥工程學, Systems Thinking, Good n Evil Yin-Yang chart, DSRP system, Relational Theory, Schema Theory, Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism

INTRODUCTION

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been servicing and maintaining the health of human bodies for thousands of years. Due to the isolation and control policies of the last two dynasties Ming and Qing, scientific inventions are not being applied to TCM. On the other hand, Western Medicine (WM) has been technologically advanced by the engineering of the industrial revolution age.

Nowadays, many researchers and engineers have tried to advance TCM with modern technologies, for example, medical expert diagnosis system, office automation, herbal ingredient spectrum analysis, modern medical diagnosis machines. However, the merging has not resulted in much advancement in TCM as in WM. The reason, as believed, is that TCM is a holistic diagnosis-cure process while industrial revolution age engineering is reductionism.

It is believed that real advancement could be achieved by the synthesis of TCM with system engineering. Not only that TCM could be advanced, system engineering could also benefit from the experience of thousands of years of holistic servicing and maintaining the human body complex system. This paper searches for the entry point and the platform to learn across boundaries for the synthesis, so that TCM and system engineering could also understand each other and benefit from each other.

TCM is being practiced daily based on the theory of differential diagnosis-cure process. It involves firstly, the awareness, that is, the systemic observation of the human body for information collection. Secondly, the perspectives, which involve the systemic choice of related rules and relationships. Thirdly is the systemic choice of importance, that is, the formulation of weighting of each piece of information and perspectives. Finally is the systemic choice of strategies, for regulation of the self-healing system of the human body to regain the balance. The cycle of these four aggregates would continue to adapt to changes in the environment and the human body system until the healthy objective is achieved. The current state of the human body is represented by three fundamental spectrums, namely, the Superficial-Internal spectrum, the Cold-Hot spectrum and the Deficiency-Excess spectrum, which are believed to have the same origin as set theory. The body can then be divided into five sub-systems namely, liver-wood, heart-fire, spleen-earth, lung-metal, and kidney-water, each system has its own sub-state represented by the same kind of three spectrums.

It is believed that the same diagnosis-cure principals could be applied to either natural or man-made systems. To develop a systemic expert diagnosis system in the perspective of system engineering would help TCM to practically make use of modern information revolution age engineering technology. It would also provide a platform for understanding the holistic view and application of TCM to the natural complex human body system.

Future work would involve the search for possible system engineering projects to be constructed for the other two important theories of TCM.

The theory of holism in TCM is embedded everywhere but usually referred to in the theory of “correspondence between nature and human”, or “human living with the environment”. The coherence is divided into three parts namely, the sky, the earth, and the human, which could correspond to time, space and observer (and decision maker). Different time of the year, location and people in the environment would provide favorable and unfavorable conditions for different actions.

The third theory for possible entry point is the differentiation and integration properties of the Taichi Yin-Yang system theory and the five elements system theory. This property shows that no matter how many times we differentiate a system into sub-systems, the Taichi Yin-Yang and five elements properties apply. On the other hand, no matter how many times we integrate sub-systems into a single system, the Taichi Yin-Yang and five elements properties also apply. This would facilitate the design, implementation and maintenance of the whole macroscopic-microscopic spectrum of systems.

With all three theories, one fundamental process applies to them all. That is, the continuous balancing of the spectrums in order to achieve the objectives. This same process exists in Confucianism as the “Doctrine of the Mean”, and also in the teaching of Buddha as “The Middle Path”.

SYSTEMS THINKING

The whole is greater than the sum of its parts was pointed out by Aristotle. Systems thinking involves more than just analyzing the object making up from different parts, but rather involves the parts and their relationships, the structure and functions of the object, its environment, the boundary, and the observer(s) and decision maker(s) as well (Dekkers 2014) as shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1. The common structure and function of systems thinking

  1. The properties of the observer

Human senses works by differentiation (distinction) (Wong 2008) (Klein & Wong 2012). All senses differentiate the object (signal) from the environment through the boundary. In engineering terms the ability of the sensor to detect depends on the signal to noise ratio (SNR) (Wikipedia a). An analogy is the basic axions in set theory in mathematics (Al Lehnen 2007) as shown in Figure 2. As a result, the differentiation process produce three components namely A, not A and the boundary. It also produce two relationships namely union and interaction.

Figure 2. The Simplest Axioms in Set Theory

Since the differentiation inherited in the six human senses, namely sight, hearing, touch, smell, taste and thought (Wong 2008), is universal to human, it could be used as a common platform for communications.

TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS-CURE PROCESS

Traditional Chinese Medicine employs different differential diagnosis-cure processes to determine the state of the human body and prescribe corresponding strategies for a cure (Kaptchuk 2000)(Wong 2010c). And research shown that there exists a basic pattern (Wong 2007a)(Wong 2010c) for all the different processes, namely superficial-internal spectrum, cold-hot spectrum, and deficient-excess spectrum, which are first mentioned in (HuangDi 206BC- 25AD) (Gou 1999). The static and dynamics of the spectrums are shown in Figure 3 and Figure 4 respectively.

Figure 3. The static form of 3 common spectrums in all TCM differential diagnosis-cure processes

Figure 4. The dynamic form of the 3 common spectrums

TCM is the maintenance engineering rather than design engineering of the human body. Research show that the body state of human body can be represented graphically as the simple Good n Evil Yin-Yang chart as in Figure 5a or the complete Good n Evil Yin-Yang chart with the Superficial-Internal spectrum as in Figure 5b (Wong 2005a).

Figure 5a. The simple Good and Evil Yin-Yang Chart

Figure 5b. The complete Good and Evil Yin-Yang Chart

Our research found that a 3D representation provides a more vivid understanding and could correlate with the representation of the dynamics in Cybernetics, as shown in Figure 6. However it should be noted that this 3D spectrum is not another representation of the 3D space. It is believed that future research would shown that the spectrums could be used to represent the whole space-time and systems together in one.

Figure 6. The 3D geometric representation of the Good and Evil Yin-Yang Chart

Note that the Taichi (boundary) Yin-Yang (not A and A) combo could be used to represent mathematical formulas, for representation of relationships and transformations. The most important formula in physics is,

E = mc2

Yang Taichi Yin

After re-arrangement, we have

E/c = mc

Yang compress Taichi Yin expand

which have division on the LHS and multiplication on the RHS. The division could be thought of as compression and the multiplication could be thought of as expansion geometrically on the number spectrum (Sanderson 2015). This compression of energy into matters is found in the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) for making new matters, and the expansion of matter into energy is found in all nuclear plant. That is, the exchanges between Yin and Yang require two different processes. As a result, the static three elements in the Taichi Yin-Yang combo requires two more processes to become dynamic. Five elements exists in oriental systems thinking in TCM, Confucianism and Doaism (Wong 2008). Our research shown that the five element systems could be represented as in Figure 7 with the engendering (birth) cycle and the restraining (control) cycle (Wong 2005a).

Figure 7. The Five Elements System

Therefore, we started with the differentiation nature of human senses, which produce the three elements Taichi Yin-Yang combo, which then produce the five elements system. That is, the choice of three and five is not particular observer dependent, but rather universal to all observers.

The preliminary matching of the Five Elements System and other system theories are shown in Figure 8.

Figure 8. The preliminary matching of Five Elements System and other System Theories

Future work is underway to investigate the possible matching with Viable System Model (VSM) and the Traditional Chinese Medicine Five Elements System (Wong TBP)

THE FIVE AGGREGATES HUMAN SYSTEM OF BUDDHA

The five aggregates human system was employed by Buddha (Buddha 2500 BC) to represent the properties of human body and mind. The idea was explained in details in Vipassana mental healthcare 10 days courses held all over the world (Goenka1987a). Research shown the possible relationship between the five aggregates and the fundamental systems theory (Wong 2008) as shown in Figure 9.

Figure 9. The Five Aggregates human system of Buddha

The fifth aggregate is the physical body which is composed of the four material elements of earth, water, fire and air (Goenka1987a). Together with the idea of emptiness mentioned in (Buddha 2500 BC), it is possible to match the five elements system in TCM, Confucianism and Doaism with the four material elements of Buddha. Future research would be to investigate if Figure 10 would be a possible practical match.

Figure 10. The Four Natures of Physical Matters of Buddha and the Five Elements

THE UNIFICATION OF NATURE AND HUMAN IN CONFUCIANISM AND DAOISM

The idea of “unification of nature and human” was pointed out in Confucianism and Daoism, and was one of the most important concept in TCM (Kaptchuk 2000, 天人合一). Confucianism pointed out that in I Ching Hexagram that the top two lines represent Heaven (), middle to lines represent Human (), and the bottom two lines represent Earth () as shown in Figure 11 (Confucius 479 BC, part II 兼三才而兩之).

___ ___
___ ___Heaven ()
___ ___
______Human ()
______
______Earth ()

Figure 11. The Heaven Earth and Human System

Water is the most important elements in the teaching of Daoism (Laozi 590 BC, Ch 8, 76, 78). Water has almost the same properties of Dao (Tao), with the difference being water has form while Dao has none. Maybe the water system in the five elements system theory could be expanded into five elements as well.

SCHEMA THEORY

Schema theory is developed by Dr. Kent Palmer (Palmer 2004) for constructing a foundation for systems engineering. Figure 12 shows the possible matching of the three levels of five elements systems with the 13 levels in Schema theory, namely Pluriverse, Kosmos, World, Domain, Open Scape, Reflexive Social, Autopoietic Symbiotic, Dissipative ordering, System, Form, Pattern, Monad, Facet. Note that it match with a five elements system structure with the Earth and Water systems expanded into two other five elements systems of different levels, resulting in 13 levels! It has been the believe that the environment is outside the five systems at level i, however, our research shows that the five elements system could be more compact, simple and fractal.

Figure 12. The Basic 13 Levels in Schema Theory

TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE ENGINEERING

It should be noted that the 13 levels structure of the level i+-1 system could be applied to any system at level i. From the above analysis, the whole structure seem to be the direct result of the observation nature of the human observers, rather than an arbitrary invention. We named this discovery as the Yin-Yang Five Elements i ± 1 System as shown in Figure 13.

TCM inherited as a daily practice, the essence of oriental ancient systems thinking. It does not only contain the basic structure of systems but also the maintenance process of the human systems. Therefore, the theory is useful for both design engineering and maintenance engineering.

Figure 13. The Yin-Yang Five Elements i ± 1 System

TCM was thought of as the macroscopic level medicine while the western medicine was thought of as the microscopic one. Therefore resulting in strong conflicts between them. However, with the help of systems engineering, it reveals that both the human level i system and the cell level i-x system would have the same systemic structure and functions. This common platform would provide effective communications between TCM and WM for investigating the best medicine for regulating human bodies.

CONCLUSION

In this paper we start from the investigation of the properties of human senses but similarities are found in different fields of sciences including mathematics, physics, engineering, systems thinking and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Previous research combined the observer and systems into one Five Elements System and the environment as the element outside the Five Elements System. However in this paper, the Five Elements Level i+-1 system is established, which includes all the fundamental components of systems thinking in just one Five Elements Systems, with nothing else outside. The Water sub-system is the environment. This important discovery is very promising and would largely advance the Taichi Yin-Yang Systems theory and the Five Elements System theory.

It is believed that the Yin-Yang Five Elements i ± 1 System structure and system function could be used as a systems design tool or a system maintenance tool, for systems with any size and complexity. Moreover, the Yin-Yang Five Elements i ± 1 System model could be used as a platform for communications between analysis of different levels of i+-x. For example, it could be a communication platform for the modern medical cellular analysis at level i-x, the TCM human healthcare analysis at level i, and even the social analysis at level i+x.

Future works could involve the mathematical constant ratio and transformation functional relationships between the five systems and the systems at different levels.

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辨證論治-太極陰陽表裏寒熱虛實 TCM Differential diagnosis-cure process – Taichi, Yin-Yang, Superficial-Internal, Cold-Hot, Deficient Excess

從無到陰陽表裏寒熱虛實
From emptiness to Yin-Yang, Superficial-Internal, Cold-Hot, Deficient Excess
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Power of differentiation 分辨力,
boundaries
邊界,
1. Taichi from Wu Chi
無極生太極

Components組件:
我,非我
relationships關係:相交,和諧

2. Yin-Yang

Interior-Exterior
陰陽裏外


Ideal system state
完美狀態,
3. Balanced
陰陽平衡
Definition 定義
Desire 欲得 


4. Deficient of essence (Good)
正虛

5. Excess of toxin (Evil)

邪實


6.Deficient + Excess
虛實夾雜

perspective 觀點,
dimension
方向,
7. Taichi within Taichi
太極中再太極


system need Cool down strategy

熱者寒之

Cold system need Heat up strategy

寒者熱之