chih

(from the article `Japan`) Early in the 20th century it was recognized that larger geographic divisions were needed. By 1905 a system of eight chih (regions) had been set up ...
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Chih

(a) Memory, (b) Purpose, will. -- W.T.C.
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Chih

Basic stuff; essence; solid quality; solid worth. (Confucianism). -- W.T.C.
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Chih

Marks, designation, pointing at (with a finger, chih), an obscure term in the logic of Kung-sun Lung (c. 400 - c. 300 B.C.) which can be interpreted as: (a) Marks or qualities of a thing. All things are marks or predicates. (b) That which is designated by a name. (c) An idea or concept which Kung-sun Lung used to designate the universal. -- W.T.C..
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Chih

Uprightness; straightness; honesty; justice, 'exhausting one's sincere heart without any artificiality.' -- W.T.C.
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Chih

Wisdom, one of the three Universally Recognized Moral qualities of man (ta te), the Three Moral Qualities of the superior man (san te), the Four Fundamentals of the moral life (ssu tuan), and the Five Constant Virtues (wu ch'ang). (Confucianism.) Knowledge; intelligence. Discriminate knowledge; small knowledge, which is incapable of understanding..
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Chih

For the Celtic F.C. footballer, see Zheng Zhi There are many Chinese words whose pronunciation can be represented as `chih` (or, in the modern romanization, zhi) in Chinese: The idea that there is a heavier fraction of qi seems to have originated with this passage. Similar ideas show up in the writing of Song dynasty philosopher, particularly Zh..
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