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Nota Context : surrounding or covering up

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Textual ConĚtext :
   The circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea, and in terms of which it can be fully understood and assessed within context.
   The parts of something written or spoken that immediately precede and follow a word or passage and clarify its meaning.

Historical Context :
    Historical context refers to the moods, attitudes, and conditions that existed in a certain time. Context is the "setting" for an event that occurs, and it will have an impact on the relevance of the event. Context is an important factor to consider when describing something in history.
 
Thus, to compare the American 'gun slinger/ cowboy' with the Japanese, lordless
Samurai, the Ronin, is an extreme time-context jump and history ignorance.

   
   Text intrinsically encompasses both near and far linkages, in this regard, text and the history leading up to its exposure, is akin to concentric layers of tubing :

>  the core idea that passes throughout
>  the surrounding idea [ strongly or weakly ] influential
>  the exo- laminations, existing, but of neutral influence.

 

Iconic Symbols :
   To understand the context of the 'great sage' icon on the 'great mountain, requires some peripheral examination as to why this is or is not important; or why it would seem significant to the story narratives given.

Achievement : High Standard, above ordinary

Geography reference : Center

Nature Metaphor: 'flowery' as petals surrounding.

Mountain icon: Mt Hua Yue 華嶽

Poet-verse icon

Art icon

Professional metaphor

Music :

Theory : Shui shan water/ mountain

Seasonal Metaphor for continual surviance

 

Martial Heros:
Emperor Tai Zu-Taizu-quan,  太祖拳, Great Ancestor Boxing
Mount Hua [Chen] Sect, 華嶽希夷門 'Chen' XiYi Men, 'taoist' Sect
Hua Yue 'Sword' Heros Cult  華山論劍  mt. hua-shan lun-jian

Artistic inspiration :

Stately Pines on Mount Hua
pinetree.jpg
Met Museum Art

Learning From Mount Hua :

"Learning from Mt. Hua: A Chinese Physician's Illustrated Travel Record and Painting Theory". Res Monographs in Anthropology and Aesthetics, no. 3, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993.

Leasrning from Mount Hua
learningmthua.jpg

Refer to 4th edition publication of LiuHe BaFa for sources.