Lie Yukou Origin/Culture/Country: Chinese
Lie Yukou: is considered the author of the Daoist book Liezi, which uses his honorific name Liezi (??; LiÃ¨zi; Lieh-tzu; "Master Lie"). The second Chinese character in Yukou is written kou ? "bandit; enemy"; the first is written yu ? "imprison", yu ? "resist; ward off", or occasionally yu ? "drive (carriage); ride (horse); control" (the Zhuangzi claims Liezi could yufeng ?? "ride the wind").There is little historical evidence of Lie Yukou as a Hundred Schools of Thought philosopher during the Warring States Period. This could be due to the burning of books and burying of scholars which occurred during the reign of Qin Shi Huang. However, some scholars believe that the Zhuangzi invented him as a Daoist exemplar. Frederic H. Balfour, who translated several Daoist texts, called Liezi "a philosopher who never lived" (1887:?) Lionel Giles expresses doubt in his Introduction:
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