Shih

(a) Authority and power natural to the position of a ruler, especially the power of reward and punishment as in Han Fei Tzu (d. 233 B.C.). See fa chia. (Legalists). (b) External force; tending force; circumstances, such as that which completes things after Tao engenders them and the Individual Principle (te) develops them. (Lao Tzu). (c) Movement,....
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shih

(from the article `arts, East Asian`) ...of Whitestone, the Taoist,` based on the poems and songs of Chiang Kuei (1155–1221) and first printed in 1202. Many Sung poets continued to use ...
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Shih

Actuality, substance, to which a name must correspond. -- W.T.C.
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