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Chinese Neutrosophy and Taoist Natural Philosophy

Authors: Florentin Smarandache, Jiang Zhengjie

While Taoism is based on the union of opposites, Neutrosophy considers the union of opposites and the neutralities in between them. We thought that Neutrosophy and traditional Chinese Dialectics may be combined, and establish the Chinese Neutrosophy concept, with its premise about the existence of the universal absolute main body, whose existence may be theoretically proven through the establishment of Taoist Natural Philosophy.

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