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The chün tzu (gentleman) of Confucius and the chen jen (perfect man) of Chuang Tzu.

Write a comparative essay of 2000 words on one of the following topics. Your assignment should be double spaced. Make certain that your documentation is complete and that you take every effort to acknowledge intellectual indebtedness. (Topic) The chün tzu (gentleman) of Confucius and the chen jen (perfect man) of Chuang Tzu. Compare and contrast the ideal personality in both Confucius’ Analects and Chuang Tzu’s Basic Writings. You might want to consider which person you want to be as you examine these texts to help form a focus for your comparison
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