By Peter Kien-hong Yu
The old chinese language students are keen on making use of the Yin and Yang diagram to correlate nearly everything. This book continues that culture and makes use of the model to learn different non-“dialectical” theories and models. The significant finding qua contribution during this booklet is to indicate that the 4 diagrams are corresponding to the BaGua or BaGuaTu (BG), a set of eight ancient China symbolic notations/gossip. Another discovering is that dialectical/crab and frog movement comment is simply the other of a non-dialectical/crab and frog movement (usually deductive, linear, or reason and impact) comment, or, at top, they need to meet half-way.
The significant projects of this booklet are to, first, observe the author's one-dot thought, that's shored up through the crab and frog movement version, to transform different theories and versions in addition to stories and, second, observe his idea and version to reinvent a few famous western-derived theories and types and reports, corresponding to video game theory. The try is to slim down the space among the East and the West scholarship/XueShu, largely outlined, making the publication of curiosity to japanese and Western philosophers and students alike.