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Han Feizi's Fables
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Han Feizi was a well-known thinker and politician during the Warring States Period. The jurisprudence founded by Han Feizi also provided a theoretical basis for the birth of the centralized state of the Qin Dynasty . There are many fables written by Han Feizi in his life. What are the surviving ones? What books have Han Feizi written?

What are the fable stories of Han Feizi

Han Feizi's article describes bold language and humor. It can be seen that Han Feizi's thinking is very active, and his article has the intention to warn the world. All the fable articles he wrote are included in "Han Feizi". He explained a truth through the fables. The examples are vivid and easy to understand. They have influenced later generations. Some fable stories have become idioms to alert the world.

Han Feizi relief

Han Feizi relief

The idioms are self-contradictory from Han Feizi. Spears and shields were weapons of war in ancient times, one for attack and one for resistance. A businessman in the state of Chu not only sells spears but also shields. At that time, he said to passersby, "My shield is inaccessible, and the sharpest shield can't pierce it." Then he said that his spear was sharp enough to pierce everything. As a result, he was said to pierce your shield with your spear. , The businessman was silent immediately.

There is also a taboo on illness and illness, telling the story of Cai Yanhou and Bian Yan . Bian Kun was a theologian during the Warring States Period. He could prevent Wei Du gradually . He told him that his illness needed early treatment before he became ill, but Cai Yanhou didn't take it seriously and even satirized Bian Jun. It was not until later that the disease became incurable that he could not be treated without seeking treatment.

There are three people who have become tigers, guarded the rabbits , and the mantis catching cicadas. All of them are from Han Feizi. It can be seen that Han Feizi's fables contain profound governance and are passed on to future generations based on his own ideological value.

What books did Han Feizi write

Han Feizi wrote a lot of books, but they have been included in the book "Han Feizi". There are 55 books in this book. The important thing is Han Feizi's theory of rule of law, which is a collection of legalist theories at that time.

Han Feizi portrait

Han Feizi portrait

Among them, "Lonely Anger" deals with Han Feizi's own indignation; "Speaking Difficulty" is an analysis of the monarch's psychology, which shows the difficulty of persuading the monarch; the first half of "The Tragedy of the Crown Prince" deals with the specifics of punishing corrupt officials. The second half of the approach is to oppose Confucianism to advocate the rule of law; "Xianxue" is the representative work of Han Feizi's thought of rule of law, and also the main source of historical data of ancient Chinese thought. There are five kinds of people who disturb the rule of law of the king. Han Feizi thinks that they should be removed. Han Feizi thinks that the scholars, speakers, sword-setters, warlords, business traders, etc. are the roundworms in the five slugs.

Han Feizi is a rare talent during the Warring States Period. He has his own views on history and the future. When Han Feizi realized the chaos in his country's economic and social order, he proposed "people and people but little money". It can be seen that Han Feizi's thinking was transcendent and was written during his lifetime. Many literary works have spread to this day, but it is a pity that he Born in South Korea and died in Qin.

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