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On the influence of the culture of the book of changes on modern art and design (II)

● the book of changes also greatly affects western culture

the greatness of the book of changes goes without saying, and the "book of changes fever" all over the world today is enough to prove this. One example is that American universities opened the subject of "fortune telling" as early as the 1960s and 1970s. Not only western students, but also students from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan and many Chinese children in the world also went to take elective courses. Taiwan scholar Nan Huaijin said that some of his students went to the United States to take "fortune telling". To this end, the gentleman also made a sigh: young countries (referring to the United States), culturally ignorant nations (referring to the United States), are using bold ideas to explore and develop new opportunities for their own culture, whether it is reasonable or unreasonable, and we will draw a conclusion after research. But we, who have a huge cultural heritage of 5000 years left by our ancestors, despise ourselves and ignore it. We must wait until outsiders come to mine it before we boast about it. Let's not worry about whether the American "fortune telling" discipline mentioned by Mr. Nan is teaching Chinese Yi culture, or a set of things of ancient Chinese wizards and magicians, or something else, which can at least explain the wide influence of Yi

in philosophy. The study of changes has a great influence on western philosophy. As we know, Hegel's philosophy, which is one of the theoretical sources of Marxist philosophy, is Hegel's dialectics. His founder, the famous German philosopher Hegel, was deeply influenced by the Chinese study of changes and the philosophy of Lao Zi and Zhuang Zi, and created the law of positive and negative dialectical logic. We can also say that Hegel is creating, and that he is selling China's Yi Xue culture, because Yi Xue is at least thousands of years earlier than his theory. Classical Marxist writers spoke highly of Hegel. Marx said: I want to publicly admit that I am a student of Hegel, a great thinker, and dialectics has been mystified in his hands, but this does not prevent him from being the first to comprehensively and consciously describe the general movement form of dialectics. Lenin said: to inherit the cause of Hegel and Marx, we should dialectically study the history of human thought, science and technology. Engels made 10 experiments in the same step in his anti Turing theory and pointed out: "Hegel first described the whole natural, historical and spiritual world as a process, that is, it was in constant movement, change, transformation and development, and attempted to reveal the internal relationship between this movement and development."

Hegel put forward three basic laws of Dialectics - the law of mutual change of quality, the law of unity of opposites, and the law of negation of negation, realizing the systematization of dialectics. Hegel's dialectics is the result of Hegel's study and application of Chinese Yi ology. The book of changes, the series of words, said: "one Yin and one Yang is the Tao. The successor is good, and the winner is nature." Hegel admitted in his autobiography that the positive and negative dialectical logic law he created was inspired by the book of changes. And in the "history of philosophy lectures" praised: "the book of changes contains the wisdom of the Chinese people." It is said that Hegel once lamented that the biggest regret in his life was that he didn't fully learn the Chinese book of changes. In the above sense, Marxism, through Hegel's philosophy, also fully embodies some great ideas in Chinese Yi ology, especially dialectics

in science. Einstein is the inventor of the theory of relativity. He once tried to solve the problem of unified field theory, which originated from Laplace, a famous French scientist. Laplace once fantasized: "if there is a kind of wisdom that can understand all the forces that dominate nature at a certain time and the respective positions of the entities that make up it, and if it is great enough to analyze all these things, it can summarize the motion of everything in the universe with a single formula. From the largest celestial body to the smallest atom, there is no exception, and for the future, as for the past, it can be seen at a glance." (Einstein on II 3. High precision: the impact of physics in the second half of the 10th century with high-precision ball screw drive) Laplace was a Frenchman at the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. He had the idea of a Chinese sage more than 5000 years earlier than him, and caused Einstein's hard exploration nearly a century later than him. Unfortunately, they failed to solve this problem. It is not surprising that the physicist Newton, who was a century earlier than Laplace and nearly two centuries earlier than Einstein, could not explain the first driving force of the planetary motion around the sun for the mechanical laws he invented. So he fell into the strange circle of idealism and described it as a force given by God. It is said that the problem raised by Laplace has been solved by Chinese scientists. Based on the book of changes, Chinese scientists completed the "Genesis of cosmic matter". The discoverer completed Laplace Einstein's unified field theory in the process of decoding Fuxi ancient Tai Chi diagram. This breakthrough will establish the basis of a set of new natural science theories and carry out an overall clean-up and fundamental transformation of a series of scientific concepts in the world today

it is said that Einstein once wondered why the level of scientific and Technological Development in ancient China was far ahead of that in the west before the 16th century. He said: the development of modern western natural science is mainly due to the formal logical thinking method represented by Euclidean geometry and the modern scientific experiment method represented by Bacon. These two magic weapons were not possessed by ancient Chinese scientists. However, it is surprising that many of the achievements made by Western scientists have already been completed by ancient Chinese scientists. Later, it was said that this was because ancient Chinese scientists were nurtured by the culture of the book of changes since childhood, so they could look at our material world objectively and study our material world dialectically

Dr. Joseph Needham, a famous British scientist, was famous all over the world for his compilation of the history of science and technology in China. Joseph Needham also had a strong interest in the culture of the book of changes in China. He was very interested in the use of the divinatory symbols of the book of changes in the practice of alchemy. In the history of science and technology in China, he wrote a special chapter on the twelve message divination and Najia, the same contract of the book of changes, the theory of external alchemy and alchemy. After studying the relationship between Leibniz's binary mathematics and the Chinese book of changes, he said: "we see that his concept of algebraic language or mathematical language is also influenced by China, just as the arrangement system of the book of changes predicts binary". Leibniz himself never denied this

Bohr, the founder of quantum mechanics, once chose to ask the government to design his jazz badge in the form of Taiji diagram. This is not because Taiji diagram beautifully develops new packaging systems and drug delivery devices, but because quantum mechanics has a law called "uncertainty law", which is deeply influenced by the culture of Yi Xue. In this regard, Physicist Li Zhengdao explained this: "Newtonian mechanics has been replaced by quantum mechanics. There is a very basic and important law in quantum mechanics, 'uncertainty law'... Philosophically speaking, 'uncertainty law' is quite consistent with the meaning of Lao Tzu's saying: 'Tao can be Tao, extraordinary Tao, name can be name, extraordinary name'. Therefore, some views of modern physics are similar to Chinese Taiji and yin-yang dualism." It can be seen that Bohr's quantum mechanics was deeply influenced by the Chinese culture of Yi ology, otherwise he would not have thought of China's Tai Chi diagram in his jazz medal design. After studying the book of changes, the famous physicist Yang Zhenning also had doubts about the law of the immortality of parity. Later, he and Li Zhengdao were inspired by the principle of the growth and decline of yin and Yang in the book of changes, and proposed that although the parity of the two groups of atomic energy states is immortal, it is not constant, and there are changes in rise and fall. This major discovery made them win the Nobel Prize in physics

in art. The profound influence of Yi culture on Western art and modern design will be specially discussed in the future, which will not be repeated here for the time being

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