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157. ”‘~ Sorai’s frequent reminders about heeding Heaven point to still another theme that runs through his later writings. Sorai’s neoclassicism and belief in heaven, however, would have seemed hopelessly archaic and implausible had it not been for his vitalistic cosmology. ”~„ Sorai did not invent this vitalistic discourse. It was part of the conceptual vocabulary available in his day. ~= And these vitalistic cosmologies, as Sorai knew only too well, could be found in classical works such as the Book of Changes and Taoist texts and had been revived by Sung Confucian thinkers like Chang Tsai (1020–1077).
65. 3. Shih-ching, III:2. Sorai is referring to the following poem: Far off at that wayside pool we draw; Ladle there and pour out here, And with it we can steam our rice. All happiness to our lord, Father and mother of his people. Far off at that wayside pool we draw; Ladle there and pour out here, And with it we can rinse our earthen bowls. All happiness to our lord, Refuge of his people. Far off at that wayside pool we draw; Ladle there and pour out here, And with it we can rinse our lacquer bowls.
Now you have come out beyond your banks and borders and have seen the great sea—so you realize your own pettiness. From now on it will be possible to talk to you about the Great Principle. , The Complete Works of Chuang Tzu (New York: Columbia University Press, 1968), pp. 175–176. 20. Minamoto Yoritomo (1147–1199) was designated shogun by Emperor GoToba in 1192 and established the first military government in Japanese history. Wada Yoshimori (1147–1213) figured in the Minamoto victories over their rivals, the Taira, and later was made head of the Board of Retainers (J.
Master Sorai's Responsals: An Annotated Translation of Sorai Sensei Tomonsho by Samuel Hideo Yamashita