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While Spinoza’s concept of God is subject to dispute, because it does not resemble what we normally understand to be by the same term, it is at least clear that in Spinoza, God and his “expressions” are not separable. Although Deleuze has consistently referred to theological and religious themes throughout his philosophical career, there is a relative lack of attention towards this aspect of his thought. Scholars doing research on Deleuze seem to be more interested in a “Deleuze” who has been cleansed of his religious influences.
Li, Shang-yin. Li shangyin quanji. [Li Shangyin’s complete works]. Ed. Zhu Huai-chun, Cao Guang-fu and Gao Ke-qin. Shanghai: Guji, 1994. Print. Liao, Hsien-hao. ” Deleuze in China: Proceedings of the 2012 Kaifeng International Deleuze Conference. Ed. Jihai Gao, Paul Patton and Jing Yin. Henan UP, 2013. 251-66. Print. Liu, James J. Y. Chinese Theories of Literature. Chicago: U of Chicago, 1975. Print. Liu Shao-jin. Zhuangzi yu zhongguo meixue. [Zhuangzi and Chinese Becoming Butterfly 27 Aesthetics].
While some critics have understood Zhuangzi’s conception of the ideal way of cognition as “viewing things from the perspective of things” (yi-wu-guan-wu), as opposed to the egoistic way of “viewing things from the perspective of the self” (yi-wo-guan-wu) (see for instance Wai-lim Yip, Drinking from Taihe or Liu Shao-jin, Zhuangzi and Chinese Philosophy), this obviously contradicts Zhuangzi’s repeated emphasis on “viewing things from the perspective of the Tao,” as opposed to “viewing things from the perspective of things” and its teaching of “becoming things while not limited by them” (wu-wu er bu wu-yu-wu).