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During this virulent political antagonism, a person became a philosopher because he could not avoid reflecting upon what was going on. And he even thought hard about finding a way out—if there was any way out—of the human suffering around him.

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By chance, I came across an anecdote from 4th century BCE China, a time when war raged for almost two centuries—a period shaped by blood and ambition. In this Warring States Period (Zhànguó Shídài), the rulers from around seven territories fought one another, with thousands recruited for the army from children of the peasants, and with seemingly endless misery. This was


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