孟子の心と気 : 儒家における身体論序説
The thought of Xin (心) and Qi (気) on Mengzi (孟子). : An introduction to monism of a mind and body on Confucianist.
Mengzi (孟子) regarded Xing (性) as perfect and sole reality. This thought means to unify man's naturality and existence.
And, he asserted that the essence of a man is man's Xin (心). But, the meaning of that is based on the thought of Tian (天). On the other side, he makes much of Haoran-zhi-qi (浩然之気). It Qi (気) is pass through man's body and the Cosmos. The reasonabuly, man is able to return to Tian (天) through the Haoran-zhi-qi (浩然之気). Man's mind and body are based on Tian (天). So, he thinks man is a creature that a mind and a body are unified.